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alf44
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10/23/2008 2:45:46 PM

This isn't really a "Blog" per se ...but...

...there is an absolute endless list of GREAT articles, primers, opinions and in-depth analysis on pretty much anything that effects the Markets !

I've been spending alot of time lately...trying to reach a better understanding of this whole "Financial Meltdown" we find ourselves in now...and there are a number of really informative pieces wrt to this...

...everything from "Credit Default Swaps" (CDS)..."Collateralized Debt Obligations" (CDO) and..."Mortgage Backed Securities" (MBS) !

Great articles from a long list of contributors...Peter Schiff, Ron Paul and others...

Really a great site !!! imo



The Market Oracle


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Enough reading to keep you busy for a lifetime !


Regards,

alf44


alf44
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msg #68747
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10/24/2008 12:22:57 PM

...also...

...some pretty kewl "Powerpoint type" presentations and videos included within some of the articles. fwiw

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #68748
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10/24/2008 12:39:52 PM

Thanks for sharing.

conyeuchua
83 posts
msg #69622
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12/6/2008 2:14:28 PM


Retracement

Source: http://evilspeculator.com/?p=2743#disqus_thread






Mole and Berk currently post their ZERO SPX retracement indicator for free.
The tool seems to be well received (read the ES forum comments) and the site has a strong following.
You may want to try it out while it's still free. It seems easy to use and profitable.

For the technical gurus (like chetron, niko, yepher, tro, alf44, etc) would you be able to emulate or decipher the ZERO ?
Mole likes to use stochs and Berk likes to use MACD.
Another retracement tool by 2sweeties shown on the right hand side of ES is along the line of TRO's thinking with stats and probabilities.

Due diligence and Happy trading, everyone










conyeuchua
83 posts
msg #71265
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2/8/2009 2:25:54 PM

Source:
http://www.speroforum.com/a/17985/Economic-Collapse-the-Japanese-solution

The U.S. National Debt was $930 billion in 1980, or 33 percent of GDP. Today it is $10.7 trillion, or 76 percent of GDP. The National Debt has grown by 1,150 percent in 28 years. With the planned fiscal stimulus (taxing future generations), the National Debt will reach 100 percent of GDP during the Obama administration. When Argentina’s economy collapsed in 1998, their National Debt as a percentage of GDP was 65 percent. The Great Deniers say we are not Argentina. They say we are safe because the U.S. dollar is the reserve currency of the world. This is like jumping off a 20 story building and as you pass the 10th floor someone yells out the window asking how you are doing. You answer, "Good, so far".



conyeuchua
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msg #71775
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2/25/2009 9:30:21 PM

Source: http://evilspeculator.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/rightorg1.png


conyeuchua
83 posts
msg #74285
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5/10/2009 2:10:31 PM

May 4, 2009

The Last Hurrah and Seven Lean Years

Here is an excellent article by GMO Jeremy Grantham, which you can currently access without user id or password:

http://www.gmo.com/websitecontent/JGLetter_1Q09.pdf






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