Week’s most popular posts (May 22, 2011)

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In case you missed my articles during the past week, the six most-read posts published on the Investment Postcards are listed on this post, including the week’s most popular “Laugh out Loud” cartoon […]






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Chanos: China’s economic “facade” starts to show cracks

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China’s economy is showing real signs of weakening, particularly in real estate, and even could tip into a recession, hedge fund manager Jim Chanos, founder of Kynikos Associates, told CNBC. “The cracks are spreading in the facade. You’re seeing real estate firms shutter, sales offices closed down. Some of the engine behind the boom is at least beginning to sputter,” he said. […]






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Chinese stocks – finding support?

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The Chinese Shanghai Composite Index has come under pressure over the past month, with a 7.0% decline since its April high compared with declines of 6.1% for emerging markets in general and 4.4% for developed markets. However, it seems that the Index might be finding support around the 2,850 level as it […]

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Wealthtrack: David Herro on finding value in international markets

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack sits down with David Herro, Morningstar’s International Stock Fund Manager of the Decade. The contrarian minded manager of three Oakmark International Funds discusses why he is finding value in some of the world’s most challenging markets. […]






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S&P 500 – possible market top?

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“The S&P 500 has not yet given the fatal sign of breaking down through the rising trend line drawn from the August 2010 low, but there are internal indicators that are giving strong evidence that an important top may have been made on May 2,” argues Carl Swenlin of Decision Point in this guest contribution. […]






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Max Keiser: Face to face with Paul Craig Roberts on the global financial crisis

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In this edition of On the Edge, Max Keiser interviews Dr. Paul Craig Roberts from Georgia who is an American economist, columnist for Creators Syndicate, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in Reagan Administration and an editor of the Wall Street Journal. […]






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