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An investing & market commentary blog with useful information for novice to expert investors. Written by professional traders at multi-national investment banks.

Owner: realist123

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Language: English

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  • Hello world!
    on Jul 24, 2016 in 未分類
    WordPress へようこそ。これは最初の投稿です。編集もしくは削除してブログを始めてください !
  • Economic Reports Are Usefull Tools
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Many individual investors are completely unaware that some of the industry's most powerful and meaningful tools are available free online. One of those tools is bank written economic reports. While most financial research written is intended for clie...
  • A New Post? How Novel!
    on Jan 1, 1970
    So I haven’t posted in over a year. Tsk tsk tsk. I guess I’m writing this as justification of my annual domain costs…. Or maybe just an excuse to play with the blackberry wordpress app. I love my crackberry….
  • Troubled Ratings Agency Moody’s Caught Red Handed.
    on Jan 1, 1970
    I've said it before and I'll say it again: The mess in the credit market is the fault of the rating agencies. Had they not misled investors by giving high ratings to toxic investments, things would be very different today. The Financial Times has a...
  • Reflection: Toronto Stock Exchange Breaks Through 15,000
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Today the Toronto Stock Exchange Index (TSX) hit 15,000 points, its highest number ever. Even though 15,000 is purely a nominal number, skewed heavily by a small number of companies granted heavy weightings by the indexing formula, now is as good a t...
  • World Wide Credit Crunch Easing & What The Heck Is It Anyway?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    According to a new Bloomberg survey, the world wide CreditCrunch™ appears to be slowly fading away. You might be wondering what the heck is this CreditCrunch? There has been a lot written on the subject, but not too much explained at a basic leve...
  • Should He Stay Or Should He Go?
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Less than 24 hours remains before Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney decides whether or not Canada will become the first G8 nation to increase interest rates since the economies around the world were hit from the aftermath of the credit crunch. Ther...
  • Economic Report Tools
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Many individual investors are completely unaware that some of the industry's most powerful and meaningful tools are available free online. One of those tools is bank written economic reports. While most financial research written is intended for clie...
  • GM Has Only One Option Left To Avoid Bankruptcy
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Future economists will look back on the slow death of General Motors and marvel at how the story evolved. Books will be written and perhaps even a movie made about the collapse of the greatest industry in America. The latest chapter in this hallowed...
  • A Good Read For A Busy Day
    on Jan 1, 1970
    Very busy on the desk today. Just found an interesting article on foreclosures and the Condo market. A couple of years ago I remember seeing a documentary on people waiting in line for days to buy Condos in Florida. It was absolute madness. It was...
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