Donald Coxe – Investment Recommendations (March 2009)

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“If you have not sold your US equities in the face of all the talk about a Depression, then you should not let anyone convince you now, although you may want to take advantage of this rally to lighten up on stocks that worried you most,” recommends Donald Coxe in his latest “Basic Points” research publication. Click through to the post to read the full report. […]






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Gone fishing – to New York and La Jolla

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I will find myself in New York City and La Jolla over the next few days, meeting with business associates and friends, and trying to first-hand gauge the economic temperature in the US. Posting will be slow while I am on the road, but I will be be posting regular “tweets” on topical market issues, and also on my personal whereabouts. Click through to the post to find out how to “follow me” on the trip. […]






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Words from the (investment) wise for the week that was (March 23 – 29, 2009)

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In reaction to the PPIP plan of the Obama administration, global stock markets extended their gains and the US dollar reclaimed a stronger footing, but government bonds suffered from indigestion on issuance worries and the haven appeal of commodities waned. Read all about this and the implications for financial markets in the weekly “Words from the Wise” review. […]






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Fed monetization – not what it buys, but how much of anything it buys

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“Last week the Fed announced that it would purchase $300 billion of longer-maturity Treasury securities. The mainstream media got all excited, talking about the Fed ‘printing money’. But the Fed figuratively ‘prints money’ or creates credit whenever it acquires assets – loans or investments,” says guest contributor Paul Kasriel. He explains in this post that Fed monetization is not concerned with what it buys, but how much of anything it buys. […]






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Sons of Frankenstein

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Source: About.com, Political Humor

 

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US currency redesign

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Source: About.com, Political Humor

 

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