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German Election Forecast

We will be looking at the German Elections in September at the upcoming Sovereign Debt Crisis Conference in Philadelphia on March 16th, [...]

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Just Nuts

This is what happens when politicians have TOO MUCH time on their hands. We should go back to part time jobs where they show up for 1 month then go home. [...]

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China Beat USA in 2012 – Happy New Year

People who have questioned whether our computer model is correct in forecasting China will become the new Financial Capital of the World had just better take a look [...]

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Reversals & Computer Trading Models

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Why Occupy Wall Street is Important

All major changes in trend come from humble beginnings. They at first appear to be just nonsense or even a irrelevant novelty. Nonetheless, they are generally slow [...]

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Indefinite Detention

There has been much written about the NDAA Act where Section 1021 allows for the indefinite detention of American citizens without lawyers, charges or a trial [...]

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Geithner Doctrine – No Matter What You Do We are There

Tim Geithner has resigned as US Treasury secretary. He was the man who protected the bankers no matter what they did. The “Geithner Doctrine” applied this [...]

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Murders & Business Cycle

The biggest problem we have is that the media focuses on drastic stuff to capture viewers irrespective of the truth or impact. The latest is the cop who they are [...]

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Spending Cuts = Bad : Tax Hikes = No Problem

It would be nice just for once to have some sort of consistent economic understanding. Obama on Feb 5th briefed the press in the White House saying that he urged [...]

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US Now 107 on the List of GDP per capita

The United States has fallen from the #1 place to live to #16 with Switzerland now grabbing the laurels. Here is a list of nations with 5 years GDP on a per capita [...]

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