Archive - Aug 2010 - Blog entry

August 19th

Reggie Middleton's picture

We have just released our extensive forensic analysis and valuation of Research in Motion (RIMM), delving into its intense competition with the rapidly growing Android, and the well received iPhone. Guess what (and as I warned weeks ago, before their recent product launch)... It doesn't look too promising for the Blackberry crew!

Pivotfarm's picture

Markets in a Flash

· The Pound strengthened suddenly this morning when UK data came in better than expected. The EUR/GBP is moving back towards its monthly lows

· The USD/JPY has started trending down towards its lows in the past few hours.

· US equity futures are higher this morning suggesting a continuation in the rise in equity markets from yesterday’s session.

August 18th

Econophile's picture

Money supply is declining, ZIRP and QE hasn't worked, so what's the Fed supposed to do? More of the same? This article takes a look at banks and their role in the money supply and credit process, what banks are actually doing, and why they are critical for an economic recovery. The article comes in two parts. Here is Part 1.

Pivotfarm's picture

Markets in a Flash

· The Dollar has started to weaken in the past few hours against other major currencies. China continues to shift the world’s largest FX reserves out of Dollars.

· The USD/JPY is trading very close to its lows, further weakness in the USD may see the pair making new ground.

smartknowledgeu's picture

Since world leaders and economists continually display a lack of even the most rudimentary of understanding about the unsound nature of our monetary system, I’ve decided to write them a “Monetary Policy for Dummies” to help them understand why the policies and solutions they constantly advocate amount to legalized theft that destroys the wealth of the nations.

August 17th

asiablues's picture

With the current terribly low yield, it is hard to justify putting one’s hard-earned money into the U.S. Treasury. In fact, forget about the China property bubble that everyone seems to be losing sleep over, the global bond market is truly screaming for an imminent burst.