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At the Cusp of Accuracy

June 08, 2009 – Comments (7)

This is a post just to say "this character is at the cusp of accuracy" where making bad moves shows up really quickly and negatively impacts the ranking.  I'd also like to add that the latest changes made to the portfolio reflects in my ranking so I feel they are the right moves for now.  So on that note if you are a player who's accuracy is buried high and so is your score, if you you need to make changes to your portfolio you won't get as clear a signal as I have.  So i'm willing to sacrifice accuracy to a certain extend because I know in the long run that won't matter as much in caps.  [more]

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Dumped all Short ETFs in Real Portfolio Yesterday.

June 04, 2009 – Comments (2)

This is related to a post I did a while back:
Inflation Trade - a bit too much hype

Particularly the section "What about the Short and Ultra Short ETFs (Especially 3x)?"  [more]

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Great Depression 2.0

June 04, 2009 – Comments (0)

There nothing like putting yourself through hell on purpose.  But once you get through it, taking the red pill enables one to see with clarity like a knife cutting through the fog of a smokey karaoke joint in Tokyo.  I love to draw imagery from one of my favorite movies the Matrix (the first one).  In one sense we are all batteries plugged in to a machine to keeping that debt engine running.  That is however if you chose to live that way.  You can only keep the debt engine running if you have a job.  [more]

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Comments Regarding TMFEldrehad's Recent Post

June 03, 2009 – Comments (2)

I decided to post my comment here to see if it can muster up any discussion on it's own.  [more]

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Are 401k loans a problem?

June 02, 2009 – Comments (0)

Forget innings fellas.  This is about a long and drawn out deleveraging period which may last multiple decades.  The debt wasn't a problem before but the theory that the banks and shund this debt to the public sector is a fantasy because there are no buyers of the debt.  Once the government debt sales start the next shock will be the auction failures.  This is going to create a shock in the interest rate derivatives cluster buck we are in.  [more]

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