Monthly Archives: February 2010

CHART OF THE DAY: Wall Street’s Gravy Train Is About To Hit A Brick Wall

What goes up…? CHART OF THE DAY: Wall Street’s Gravy Train Is About To Hit A Brick Wall Posted using ShareThis

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Your landlord got foreclosed. Do you have to go?

Your landlord got foreclosed. Do you have to go? Posted using ShareThis

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Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis: Greece Outlaws Cash Transactions Above 1500 Euros, Unveils New Taxes

Mish’s Global Economic Trend Analysis: Greece Outlaws Cash Transactions Above 1500 Euros, Unveils New Taxes Posted using ShareThis

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Spanish government struggles with crisis message – Yahoo! Finance

AP news report that focuses on Spain’s sovereign debt issues. The next bowling pin behind Greece? Spanish government struggles with crisis message – Yahoo! Finance Posted using ShareThis

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Between Dire and Disastrous – Thoughts From The Frontline – InvestorsInsight.com

The next exciting chapter of, “The Great Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis.” In this episode, John Mauldin, on Thoughts from the Frontline provides further breakdown of the limiting paths that the national government of Greece has to choose from with possible … Continue reading

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Round 13 – Greek slump threatens debt plan, EU aid elusive – Yahoo! Finance

The skinny – round 13 of How-to-handle-Greece. I didn’t think that there was any resolution last week and the end of the article says it all: “Another EU source said that even if ministers could agree on details of an … Continue reading

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Bernanke sees less stimulus, higher rates ahead – Yahoo! Finance

My skinny: I see this as a very clever wealth transfer. The effects of which I still need to chew through, but in the end, banks that borrow from the Fed will not lose their margins. They return assets and … Continue reading

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