Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hollow Words from a Hollow Man

One of the more endearing things about politics is election season.  Although hardly a soul in this day and age still takes them serious, they are not without merit.  In fact, they are not all bad. For what better opportunity … Continue reading

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One Hundred Years of Failure and Counting

Quantitative easing is set to expire this month.  That’s the plan at least.  The $10 billion monthly tapers will finally bring the Fed’s QE3 bond buying program down from $85 billion per month to zero. That’s not to say the … Continue reading

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What a Correction Feels Like

What a Correction Feels Like By Jared Dillian, Editor, Bull’s Eye Investor Back in the summer of 2007, when I was working for Lehman Brothers, I had a vacation to the Bahamas planned.  This was unusual for me.  Up until … Continue reading

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Why China Will Suffer a Hard Landing

Global economies are struggling.  Europe’s economy is stalling out.  The Japanese economy’s shrinking at an annualized rate of 7.1 percent.  But we won’t dwell on Europe or Japan at the moment.  For today we set our sights on a Chinese … Continue reading

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