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Curreny Thoughts: Blue Moon Dollar By LFB Forex - Jan 02, 2010

TheLFB-Forex.com A Forex Trader PortalCurrency Thoughts: Blue Moon Dollar On the final day of the decade, the dollar has fittingly faded, losing 0.8% against the Canadian dollar, 0.7% each against ...

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia stocks end 2009 with 68 pct gain By Reuters - Dec 30, 2009

* Asia stocks post 68 percent annual gain, best since 1993 * Dollar slips from near 16-week highs against yen * Oil up for a 7th day, trading just shy of $80 * Strength of economic recovery, rates ...

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ANALYSIS-Dire decade heightens savers' investment anxiety By Reuters - Dec 30, 2009

By Mike Dolan LONDON, Dec 30 (Reuters) - The worst investment decade since World War Two bids a sorry farewell this week to savers approaching retirement in droves. Aside from the relief of 2009's ...

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Dollar, stocks rally on economic optimism By Reuters - Dec 30, 2009

* US stocks eke out gains, Dow, Nasdaq at 2009 closing highs * Dollar higher, yen weakens in light year-end trading * Crude oil rises on declining stockpiles, U.S. cold snap * U.S. gold drops ...

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Global Market Wrap: U.S. Shares Flat Going Into 2010 By LFB Forex - Dec 30, 2009

TheLFB-Forex.com A Forex Trader PortalGlobal Market Wrap: U.S. Shares Flat Going Into 2010Equity Futures: Dow +23.00. S&P +1.80. NASDAQ -0.50. Japan Nikkei +30.00. German Dax +16.00U.S. Trade: As ...

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Richie Rich
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Most US corporations now staging in China will leave, capital outflows already plaguing china now. Once the world spreads, one can only imagine the rush to leave and come back to USA for manufacturing. No one want 35% import taxes. Not to mention low 15% corporate taxes....having an MBA ( which is me ) here helps the dynamics of capital movement ( which by the way was my thesis and actually nailed an (A-) modestly in it.) Some here just talk without any know how of the financial behavior of people ( Duke University, course in that 80 % by all means in grades ) Just goes to show for those in the know and those who are not is the big question mark here and the story goes here to say that many will loose plenty of money in the coming days for sure...I can bet my last dollar on it. God bless America and its people. LAND OF THE BRAVE AND THE FREE...LET THAT FLAG HIGH FOR ALL THOSE WHO SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES FOR YOUR FREEDOMS HERE...I SALUTE U SIRS !!!! ( RICHIE RICH SALUTES ALL )
George Fanous
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I'm pretty sure all those pollsters with an MBA in statistics were not right about Trump winning the presidency.
Arete Anonymous
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which is really ignorant, tbh. China competes with other third-world nations as a manufacturing center; its main advantages are a positive business climate, a trained workforce, and clustering. If Trump tariffs China out of the US market, outsourcers will move to other third world countries like India, Vietnam, and Mexico.
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Trump, via policy diktat, DOES however encourage manufacturers to relocate to the United States. But the thing is, "made in the United States" often just means made by American machinery; the number of jobs created by moving back stateside are relatively minimal.
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He's not even president yet. He has not implemented any policies yet. He's not even done forming his cabinet. I'm quite impressed at his influence he's had on all these companies and industries. But of course, he could find the cure of testicular cancer and liberals would just call him a sexist and claim inequality because he didn't find the cure for breast cancer as well.
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he'll crash the economy eventually, and i hope he's in office when it happens
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This has been a year for the contrarians. Don't think things will to go as expected on Dec 14.
Richie Rich
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And it all begins and ends in the same. Law of the universe is stasis and centered by all means. Just mark my words...last year was an exception...not anymore..globalization failed....the biggest winners of the globalization are Asians. who are fraught with corruption and turmoil and instability and their very source of incomes are in now jeopardy now. No more freed ride from USA. Gold bless America and may gold find it place in the Universe again as it is an useless asset that adds no value to any human being apart from ego.
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Alternative scenario but the odds are stacked up against it big time..takes complete all out war between bulls and bears to get there. Just seems impossible.
George Fanous
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Wishful thinking. Gold has been valuable for thounsand of years. It is God's money, and will always come out strong.
Richie Rich
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It is funny to see every time this time of year, people play gold jeopardy...why is that ? stable assets never collapse by the end of the year giving up all the gains. Reminds of a ponzi scheme called Amway..which almost took over the world. But then copy cats in the early 90's were plenty selling from vitamins to tupperware...haha..yes so many..including..Avon and Mary Kay even now...recruiting new people to feed it feeding frenzy..hehehehe..live long enough one knows all of it.
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