Saxo’s outrageous predictions for 2011

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Outrageous perhaps, but nevertheless thought-provoking … […]






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Technical Talk: Stock markets – expect the unexpected

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“While the preconditions for a correction exist they are not actionable until you start to see selling picking up and the number of decliners starting to decidedly edge advancers for a few days in a row,” said Kevin Lane in this guest post on the outlook for equities. […]






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Max Keiser – silver is a buy!

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This week Max Keiser looks at the scandals of “shameless Britain” and “Wall Street’s cash cow”. In the second half of the show, Max talks to David Morgan, editor of Silver-Investor.com, about the outlook for “poor man’s gold”. […]






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Higher long bond yields, but no flattening of curve yet

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Goldman Sachs has revised their end-2011forecasts for 10-year U.S. Treasuries upwards from 3.3% to 3.75%, and made adjustments in the same direction for other major bond markets. “We project no sustained flattening of yield curves until US unemployment is on a clearly declining trend. This is unlikely to occur until H2:11 and into 2012,” said the report. […]






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State and municipal budgets: The day of reckoning

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By now, just about everyone is aware of the U.S. federal deficit problem, but there is another financial crisis looming involving state and local governments. This is the focus of a CBS 60 Minutes report. […]






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Stick with gold in troubled times

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Gold is the ultimate hedge against market uncertainty and inflation and the precious metal should continue to do well next year, Anne Gudefin of Pimco told CNBC. […]






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