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Testy Tuesday Trichet Talks Dollar Paperblog Pick in Economics

Testy Tuesday – Trichet Talks Up The Dollar

Of course you realize, this means war! There is nothing funnier or more Earth-shakingly serious than when Central Bankers square off against each other but, as I have been saying... Read more

Sector Detector: Strong Earnings Cautious Optimism Despite Challenges Paperblog Pick in Economics

Sector Detector: Strong Earnings and Cautious Optimism Despite Challenges

Courtesy of Scott Martindale, Senior Managing Director, Sabrient In my weekend analysis, I talked about the possibility of a bullish reverse head-and-shoulders formation for the... Read more

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    The 16 April 2011 by   Realizingresonance
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    The 18 April 2011 by   Combi31
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  • Fickle Friday – Google Goes Down as Costs Inflate

    Fickle Friday Google Goes Down Costs Inflate

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    The 15 April 2011 by   Phil's Stock World
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  • Good Friday Thoughts

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  • Monday Mortgage Fraud – Does It Matter?

    Monday Mortgage Fraud Does Matter?

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    The 04 April 2011 by   Phil's Stock World
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  • What, Me Worry Wednesday – Fitch Warns on China

    What, Worry Wednesday Fitch Warns China

    I know that we have been trained to ignore supply and demand in commodities as well as to pretend that all prices are inelastic and that American consumers... Read more

    The 13 April 2011 by   Phil's Stock World
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  • Monday Monetary Madness – The Dollar Starts to Look Good!

    Monday Monetary Madness Dollar Starts Look Good!

    Good golly what a mess the World is! You know it’s bad when the US begins to look responsible compared to other World governments but even Alan Greenspan is... Read more

    The 18 April 2011 by   Phil's Stock World
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  • Magnitude 7.1 Monday – Yet Another Quake Shakes Japan

    Magnitude Monday Another Quake Shakes Japan

    This is getting to be a daily event! Just last Friday Japan had a quake early in our morning of about a 7 and today, at about 4:50 am EST, they had a 7.1. ... Read more

    The 11 April 2011 by   Phil's Stock World
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