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Archive for October, 2013


Brazilian Bankruptcy

OGX Petroleo e Gas Participacoes filed papers in Brazilian bankruptcy court. The company is controlled by Eike Batista, who once seemed on track to become the richest man in the world. This Brazilian bankruptcy is the largest in Latin American history. Batista and his company were unable to come to an agreement with creditors for […]

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Time to Sell Apple

Apple has seen its profit slide for three straight quarters. The stock is down $80 from a year ago (down 13%). When Apple introduced two new iPhones in August many believed that both sales and profits would rise. IPhone sales are in fact up but iPad sales are not and sales of Macintosh computers are […]

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Invest in Germany

With the reelection of Angela Merkel to a third term as German prime minister a new coalition will rule Germany. More to the point for many is that a new and less reserved Germany will be less reticent about calling the tunes in the European Union. A recent case in point is that Germany put […]

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Mid Cap Stock Investing

We suggest that you think of mid cap stock investing as the Goldilocks approach to investing. In Goldilocks and the Three Bears the little girl samples the porridge of the three bears and finds that one is too hot and one is too cold and one is just right. To a degree large cap stocks […]

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Is Google Overbought at 1000 Dollars?

The United States Congress and President have finally averted a debt default and put the government back to work. The response was a stock market rally in which the market was able to focus on earnings instead of the prospect of default-related international financial calamity. The S&P 500 hit an all-time high close of 1,733.15. […]

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Will Populism Kill the American Economy?

Representatives of an American populist movement, the Tea Party, are using their votes in the US House of Representatives to exert power beyond what their numbers might normally command. The United States has been without a Federal budget for more than two weeks. If the mandated Federal debt ceiling is not raised the oldest democracy […]

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Investing in Discounted Stocks

Today’s stock market is largely characterized by uncertainty. The VIX, the options trader’s measure of market volatility, is high. Investors and traders are jumping in and out of the market, afraid of missing a rally and concerned about losing with a big market correction due to a debt default. What is a long term investor […]

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Investing in Home Builders

Investing in home builders is currently out of vogue as lower housing starts, fewer sales of existing homes, and a dearth of building permits would predict. The numbers of unsold homes may be rising again if the US government goes into default on its debts. Investing in home builders who cater to the very wealthy […]

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Investing in Defense Stocks

Investing in defense stocks has provided solid performance as of late. There are over 250 options for investing in defense stocks in the United States. The ten largest US defense contractors account for 1 percent of the US domestic economy. Investing in defense stocks means buying stock in giants such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing with […]

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Economic Impact of Debt Default

According to a study by the United States Treasury if the United States government does not raise the debt ceiling the economic impact of debt default will be catastrophic, will last for decades, and will likely plunge the nation into a recession as bad as the Great Depression. Despite the gravity of a potential debt […]

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