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July 2009

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The shocking truth about chemtrails

July 30, 2009 – Comments (9)

 

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Ireland Foreshadows Fiscal Ruin of the Western World

July 29, 2009 – Comments (13)

I have little to add to this commentary by Telegraph International Business Editor Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, except some commentary I would like to insert regarding the second-to-last paragraph.  [more]

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The Fed Ponzi Scheme for Dummies

July 28, 2009 – Comments (8)

This video of a CNBC segment hosted by Dylan Ratigan on 7/24, with Elliot Spitzer as a guest, is truly remarkable both for the simplicity with which the monetary dilemma is exposed, and the unbridled honesty with which Spitzer and Ratigan lay down the blunt reality of the situation.   [more]

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Wave 2 of the credit collapse approaches

July 27, 2009 – Comments (35)

On June 1, I asked you if you were ready for Round II of the Mortgage Meltdown after data on renegotiated residential mortgages showed that 65% to 75% of subprime loans renegotiated by creditors to avoid default were headed toward default despite those efforts.   [more]

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When Will Metalsmiths be Moneymakers?

July 23, 2009 – Comments (4)

Something is wrong with this picture, Fools!  [more]

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Observations from China - Monty Guild

July 23, 2009 – Comments (1)

Monty Guild is an investment advsor and founder of Guild Investment Management. He's also a frequent contributor of macroeconomic analysis and commentary to Jim Sinclair's popular jsmineset.com blog. I found his observations from a recent trip to China pretty bullish, and I'm guessing you Fools will find it interesting. Enjoy!   [more]

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Tales of a Commodity Superstar

July 21, 2009 – Comments (13)

This is the story of my silverminer CAPS portfolio [http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2009/07/21/tales-of-a-commodity-superstar.aspx], hopefully the first of several occasional installments.  [more]

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Crisis Tally Made Easy: On the Road Towards $23.7 Trillion!

July 20, 2009 – Comments (13)

Wow ... Now I wish I'd been paying attention to this process all along.  [more]

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An Interesting Proposal to Remobilize Gold and End USD Price-Fixing

July 20, 2009 – Comments (14)

The following open letter to former FED Chairman and Obama advisor Paul Volcker comes to Fooldom courtesy of economist Antal Fekete.   [more]

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Did he really just say that??

July 17, 2009 – Comments (21)

It appears that Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis just proclaimed in the earnings conference call that the Countrywide and Merrill acquisitions "continue to be accretive". Accretive? Really, Ken?  [more]

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Sinchi's Collected Works

July 16, 2009 – Comments (16)

The time has come for another list of links to my recent Fool articles. While each article is conceived as a stand-alone piece, I believe that my investigative style makes them work best as a compendium. I've always been a big picture guy, and in my financial research I'm constantly looking for patterns among the reams of information I sift through on a daily basis. As patterns become corroborated elsewhere, they evolve into working hypotheses in motion that I believe are of value to Foolish readers. I hope you agree.  [more]

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Peter Schiff OWNS Dennis Kneale!

July 14, 2009 – Comments (17)

Combatting Kneale's weak attempt to characterize anyone who dares to stray from rosy outlooks of swift American economic recovery as self-interested doomsayers, Peter Schiff continues to do what he does best ... delivering his honest and non-sugar-coated appraisal of the state of the economy and the structural weakness that has been exacerbated by government responses rather than ameliorated by them.   [more]

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Get a Real Feel for Steel

July 13, 2009 – Comments (0)

POSCO's earnings, as usual, offer plenty of insight into the state of the global steel industry, a pulse on the Chinese and pan-Asian economies overall, and the best hints about sustainable demand for related commodities throughout the region.  [more]

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Britain is no Las Vegas!

July 13, 2009 – Comments (6)

You know the saying: "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas".   [more]

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DryShips Fires Another Salvo at Shareholders

July 10, 2009 – Comments (3)

Since the links aren't working (or maybe they are now?), I'll just offer the url for your viewing pleasure. :)   [more]

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When banks refuse to honor checks!

July 10, 2009 – Comments (30) | RELATED TICKERS: BAC , JPM

Last week, I was standing in line at a Bank of America branch, and observed with consternation an exchange between a man trying to cash his paycheck and the bank teller. The man was latino, creating somewhat of a language barrier, but that wasn't the problem. Being fluent in Spanish, I offered my services in translating for him, and was astonished to find that the teller wished me to explain that an $8 charge was being levied against his check for the right to cash it.   [more]

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Balancing California's Budget ... Can it be Done? You Try!

July 09, 2009 – Comments (21)

The LA Times has created this terrific interactive tool to give Fools a real sense of the situtation California is facing. Use this tool to see what you would do if you had to walk a mile in the Governator's insolvent shoes.  [more]

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Considering a New Investment Paradigm

July 07, 2009 – Comments (13)

Hot off the presses ... I hope you Fools enjoy this one.   [more]

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Foolish Traders Versus 21st Century Supercomputers

July 06, 2009 – Comments (50)

So, you still don't think your equity markets are manipulated? Still don't believe that some offshoot of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets is engaged in buying and selling equities to hold the line at key technical levels or to bolster and sustain runaway rallies? Fine ... you'd be correct to state that direct evidence of those kinds of activities are still lacking for the broader markets (in precious metals orchestrated manipulation by a handfull of bullion banks has been well documented).  [more]

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