Prieur’s readings (November 30, 2009)

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This post provides links to a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also enjoy. Please also add the links to any other worthwhile articles you would like to share to the comments section. […]






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WealthTrack: Robert Rodriguez – concerned about the future

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This week Consuelo Mack is joined on WealthTrack by Robert Rodriguez of First Pacific Advisors. His 25-year track record of running both a top performing stock and bond fund has earned him the accolade “best fund manager of our time”. The outspoken Rodriguez – who sheltered shareholders from the credit crisis – explains why he is even more worried about the future and how he intends to invest as a result. […]






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Dubai – floating on an island of debt

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This post is a guest contribution by Dian Chu*, market analyst, trader and author of the Economic Forecasts and Opinions blog.

Stock markets around the world cracked on Friday with the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 150 points (Fig. 1), and commodities plunging as Dubai debt woes unnerved investors, and […]

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Max Keiser: “Tsunami alert” – Dubai debt crisis awakes storm

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Fresh fears about the size of Dubai’s debt have sent shock waves through international markets, with major stocks and oil prices falling sharply. Dubai World, the country’s largest conglomerate, wants to suspend payment on its sixty billion dollar debts until next May at the earliest. Interviewed by Russia Today, Max Keiser says the world is entering Phase Two of the global economic crisis. […]






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Jobless, national debt, obesity …

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Will next year be less annoying? […]






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

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As shoppers were emptying their purses on Black Friday bargains, Dubai’s attempt to reschedule its debt roiled financial markets, plunging risky assets into the red. Worries about Dubai’s debt woes rattled investors’ confidence, precipitating a sell-off in equities, high-yielding corporate bonds, commodities and the Baltic Dry Index, while mature-market government debt, the US dollar and the Japanese yen attracted safe-haven buyers. Read all about this and the implications for financial markets in the weekly “Words from the Wise” review. […]






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