Season’s greetings

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With only a few trading days remaining, the curtain will soon be drawn on a year that has marked a remarkable turnaround in the global economy, propelling risky assets to levels pundits would not have dreamt of at the start of 2009.

The year has provided its fair share of surprises, making investment blogging a hugely fulfilling experience, i.e. to be able to share with readers, through the Investment Postcards site, my two cents’ worth of analysis on the events that defined the financial calendar. Thank you for your friendship and for allowing me into your lives with regular posts, and for your support and encouragement to successfully build the blogging site.

Here’s wishing you a great festive season full of fun, laughter and joy. May you have a wonderful 2010, and may all your wishes come true.

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And now for a good laugh. In the spirit of the festive season, click here or on the image below to see what happens when an investment manager gets “elfed”.

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Source: Elf Yourself

Back to the economy: As if the burden of the financial shenanigans has not been onerous enough, Santa will probably also not offer much respite this year!

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Source: Daryl Cagle

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1 comment to Season’s greetings

  • Mike Mennell

    Hi Prieur
    Many thanks for your numerous postcards. They contain insightful, relevent, intelligent articles/opinions on a wide range of issues affecting the world economy. I always look forward to reading them and i appreciate the time and effort you put into producing them. I live in Australia and am in Cape Town on holiday partly as a result of decisions/profits made based from your postcards. I have never been here before and admire the beautiful city and surrounds you have at the tip of Africa.
    cheers
    Mike Mennell.

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