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Thursday Thrust – More Free Money On The Road To 2,000
Don't worry about the fact that the volume is so low we had to check if the market was actually open. Don't worry about the fact that net $852M flowed OUT of SPY yesterday - even as the index gained another half a point.
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Natural Gas Opportunities For MLP Investors
One of the major expected drivers of MLP growth over the coming decade will revolve around the US natural gas story. In the past five years, natural gas production in the US has grown by 11.4 billion cubic feet per day (Bcfd) — a gain of more than 20%.
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The Sum Of Our Future – He Who Makes The Laws Never Goes To Jail For Breaking Them
The ramifications of what happens in Detroit will ripple through the entire debt structure nationally for if this will be the new game plan to follow, WHY SHOULD PEOPLE BUY any government debt what so ever if not even bankruptcy laws apply?
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Shelly Palmer Radio Report – July 24, 2014
What if your office lamp could tell your co-workers where you were? That’s the thinking behind Place Lamp, which syncs with your smartphone to set up “geofences” that detect how far you are from your lamp.
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The PC Is Not Dead Yet
We don’t know who first uttered the phrase “the death of the PC,” but it surely must have happened in 2011 when it became apparent that the threat posed by the tablet was more serious than most had ever imagined.
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Emerging Markets Versus U.S. Small Caps: Which Provides Better Reward For The Risk?
Downward revisions to economic growth going forward have little to do with the weather in the first few months of the year.
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New Index Points To A Steep Drop In Asset Prices
It is important to note that debt per se is not a source of instability. It is debt in relation to cash flows and other assets. Fragility also takes into account the sensitivity of financing structures to change.
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Goldman Goes Schizo On Gold: Boosts Price Target To $1200 Even As It Is "Selling It With Conviction"
Back in the beginning of 2014, Goldman loudly predicted that 2014 would be the year of normalization: the economy would grow by 3%, the S&P 500 would barely rise to 1900, and gold would tumble to $1066.
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E Battling Boko Haram
I have been advised by a marketing consultant to talk more about insights from my foreign travels. In London this summer there is a steady drumbeat of propaganda against female genetic cutting and the marriage of underage girls among the immigrant community, which of course I support.
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America The Divided: Everyone Knows We Have Problems But There Is Very Little Agreement On Solutions
A house divided against itself will surely fall. America is more divided today than it has been in decades, and the deep divisions that are tearing us apart continue to get even worse.
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Shelly Palmer Radio Report – July 24, 2014
What if your office lamp could tell your co-workers where you were? That’s the thinking behind Place Lamp, which syncs with your smartphone to set up “geofences” that detect how far you are from your lamp.
Listen
The PC Is Not Dead Yet
We don’t know who first uttered the phrase “the death of the PC,” but it surely must have happened in 2011 when it became apparent that the threat posed by the tablet was more serious than most had ever imagined.
Read
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