Archives for July 15, 2010

Daily Archives: July 15, 2010

7 Ways to Lose Weight This Summer, and other Weekend Reads

7 Ways to Lose Weight This Summer, and other Weekend Reads

Here are this week's reading diversions for your enjoyment. Have a terrific weekend! 7 Ways to Lose Weight This Summer To maintain a healthy weight and fit condition, the American Heart Association suggests getting started now with menus ...
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Earnings Season Stats ... so far (Bespoke)

Earnings Season Stats ... so far (Bespoke)

This note is a guest contribution by Bespoke Investment Group. Last earnings season, 63.7% of companies beat earnings per share estimates.  This was down from the prior three quarters that saw 68% each time, and the relatively weak ...
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Most Overbought ETFs (Bespoke)

Most Overbought ETFs (Bespoke)

This article is a guest contribution from Bespoke Investment Group. From the 200 or so key ETFs that we track daily in our ETF Trends report at Bespoke Premium, below we highlight the most overbought ones using our ...
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George Magnus: Demographics, Destiny and Asset Markets

George Magnus: Demographics, Destiny and Asset Markets

by George Magnus, Contributing Editor and Senior Economic Advisor, UBS Investment Bank, for Boeckh Investment Letter. As the world economy and financial system struggle to regain their footing, they must contend with a number of problems. One of ...
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Why Bullion is Outperforming Mining Stocks

Why Bullion is Outperforming Mining Stocks

Why Bullion is Outperforming Mining Stocks But it doesn’t have to be an either/or decision As published in Resource World Magazine - June 2010 Download PDF By Nick Barisheff If the investment choice is between mining stocks and ...
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The Fundamental Trendline is Still Down (Rosenberg)

The Fundamental Trendline is Still Down (Rosenberg)

This article is a guest contribution by David Rosenberg, Chief Market Economist, Gluskin Sheff, Toronto. Intel enjoyed its best quarter ever at the peak of the inventory cycle. Well done. What we are grappling with is this. If ...
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China Has Been Covertly Funding A Housing Bubble Five Times Larger Than That Of The US: 65 Million Vacant Homes Uncovered

China Has Been Covertly Funding A Housing Bubble Five Times Larger Than That Of The US: 65 Million Vacant Homes Uncovered

This article is a guest contribution by ZeroHedge.com. China just announced that its Q2 GDP came in at 10.3%, just below a consensus estimate of 10.5%. Surprisingly, for some odd reason the market seems to believe this "data." ...
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Deflationary Wage Pressures Hit Canada; Attitudes and Wal-Mart, the 800-Pound Gorillas

Deflationary Wage Pressures Hit Canada; Attitudes and Wal-Mart, the 800-Pound Gorillas

This article is a guest contribution by Michael "Mish" Shedlock, Global Economic Trends Analysis. A consortium of 30,000 union workers at Canadian food stores have gone on strike over company demands to reduce wages by as much as ...
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John Taylor:

John Taylor: "Micro Booms, but Macro Slump"

This article is a guest contribution by John R. Taylor, Jr., Chief Investment Officer, F/X Concepts. This week, the US equity market is starting its quarterly earnings ritual and the odds favor a strong performance for the closely ...
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