Technical Talk: Make or break for bull argument

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“If buying doesn’t materialise down here, it tells you a lot about the psychology of traders and we are likely to see the market continue to drift lower. It is really important for the bull argument that the market takes some type of stand here,” said Kevin Lane in this short technical update. […]






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Prieur’s readings (July 13, 2009)

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This post provides links a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also enjoy. […]






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The national debt road trip

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How do the Obama deficits compare with past presidents? And how did the national debt get so big anyway. This novel video by Political Math tries to answer those questions by looking at the debt as a road trip … […]






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Economic clichés …

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One day the economic clichés too will pass. […]






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Reuters SA Survey of Economists (June 2009)

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The June edition of the Reuters South African Survey of Economists has just been published. (The Reuters Econometer is a measure of economic sentiment drawn from a monthly poll of forecasts by leading economists in South Africa and abroad and presented in the form an index). The weightings used in the index are: […]

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