Stock markets ripe for correction, but …

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I believe has now commenced. While it is premature to say whether we will be dealing with a normal short-term correction or a more significant move threatening the primary trend, there are some indications buried in the longer-term data. […]

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Charles Kirk: 10 Powerful Trading Rules

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In this guest contribution, Charles Kirk applies “10 Rules” to help golfers achieve better performance to trading. “The concepts outlined are as helpful to a golfer looking to win as it is to a trader looking to achieve peak performance in the market,” suggests Kirk. […]

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Consumers – your country needs you!

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Lack of shoppers? Some people seem to have the answer, but what about debt levels, negative equity, foreclosures, unemployment, etc.? Oh well … […]

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GDP – 2Q 2009 signals turn in the making

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By Cees Bruggemans, Chief Economist FNB

First the bad news.

GDP declined 2% year-on-year in 1H2009, and will probably average -1.5% for the full year.

The good news is that the 1Q2009 was by far the worst statistical quarter (-6.4% quarterly annualised), while the real output damage was done in […]

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