What is left of the value of a one-dollar bill?

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A Chinese-American named Won Park has found the answer.

View the pictures below and you will understand what is meant. The technique applied is called Origami and is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. The objective of this art is to create an image of an object using geometric folds and […]

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Prieur’s readings (December 1, 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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Technical Talk: S&P 500 action calls for caution

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“While two weeks of stalling at resistance is not a major concern yet, it does at the very least raise a cautionary tone given the fact that the S&P 500 has had such a large, uninterrupted advance,” said Kevin Lane in this guest post. […]

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The investment world according to Ritholtz

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Barry Ritholtz, author of Bailout Nation and chief executive of investment manager Fusion IQ, delivered the keynote address at the Citywire Fund Selector Forum in Berlin a few days ago. Video clips of the highlights from his speech are given in this post. […]

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SIPA's Can't-Lose Investment Contest
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The collapse of finance

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“Throughout the world, investors are getting edgy … they’re wondering how it is possible to add so much cash and credit to the economy without sending prices to the moon. We’ll tell you how it’s possible: there’s a depression. In a depression, the flow of cash and credit coagulates. Even if you increase the cash in bank vaults, it doesn’t circulate into the real economy. Banks don’t lend. People don’t borrow. Consumers don’t consume,” said Bill Bonner in this guest post. […]

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Gategrashing the White House State Dinner

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When jobless … […]

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