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  • Is The ‘Easy’ Money Over For European Stocks?

    After mounting a solid bounce off the September lows, European equity markets are now running into resistance. First off, I placed the word “easy” in the post title in quotation marks because, as anyone who has participated in the financial markets for... Read More >>

    Europe Cracks Down On Bitcoin, Virtual Currencies To “Curb Terrorism Funding”

    In the past we have explained why when it comes to circumventing capital controls, primarily in the context of China, there are few as simple and as efficient alternatives to Bitcoin - contrary to what Bernanke may think, gold is concentrated money (and in... Read More >>

    For Caterpillar The Depression Has Never Been Worse… But It Has A Cunning Plan How To Deal With It

    Moments ago Caterpillar reported its latest monthly retail sales statistics and the numbers have never been worse: not only is the dead CAT bounce in US sales finally over, tumbling -8% Y/Y, after a -4% decline in September and hugging the flatline for the... Read More >>

    A Modest Proposal: All Companies Should Shut Down At Age 18

    This is truly a great time to be in business. Almost 2036! So much has happened in the past 20 or so years. We all have cranial implants that make handheld electronics unnecessary. And none of us knows how to drive, of course. We just sit there in our... Read More >>

    Star Wars Could Break Box Office Records After This News

    Advanced ticket sales for Star Wars: The Force Awakens have already exceeded a reported $50 million, four weeks from the opening of one of the most eagerly awaited movies of all time. Movie booking site Fandango told Variety that the film has become the... Read More >>

    Leave Bitcoin Alone. Abolish Cash Instead.

    The European Union has struck on a plan to crack down on the use of anonymous payments and virtual currencies so that terrorists can't use them. The problem is that terrorists aren't really using them, anyway. They're using good old cash, though its... Read More >>

    What UnitedHealth Doesn’t Mean For Obamacare

    UnitedHealth Group, the country's largest health insurer, says it might stop selling plans on state insurance exchanges, citing higher-than-expected costs. This news would be mostly unremarkable except for the fact that those state exchanges are part of... Read More >>

    This Could Be The Next Weapon Of Mass Destruction

    The atom bomb took more than 10 years to go from scientific conception to reality. The next weapon of mass destruction could take much less. Yesterday, a special agent from the FBI met with researchers in Washington, DC to talk to a scientific panel about... Read More >>

    Warren Buffett Stocks To Ditch In 2015

    Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A) filed a report on Nov. 16 listing the Warren Buffett stocks the billionaire bought and sold during Q3 2015. The focus of the Warren Buffett stock moves were his decreased positions in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE:... Read More >>

    What Are The Stock Buyback Benefits For Investors?

    Stock buybacks have surged in popularity over the last 10 years, and retail investors can reap a number of stock buyback benefits. But it's important to understand how buybacks work before determining if they're good for your portfolio. Here's everything... Read More >>

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