Wednesday, October 12, 2011

@AllAmerInvest Jim the Realtor, Faber, Bonus Bucks, Big Lies, Market Noise, Mirroring


Stocks Mirroring Inflation Expectations


The red line is the S&P 500 and it follows the right scale. The blue line is the difference between the 10-year Treasury yield and the 10-year TIPs, and it follows the left scale.
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Volcker Rule Gaps May Leave Banks Uncertain
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Widespread Lack of Conviction
http://bit.ly/o6zNlS

CNBC Portfolio Challenge Bonus Bucks Answers for Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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A Problem With Wall Street, Not Capitalism
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Another great interview with Marc Faber (must see)
http://bit.ly/qHZCAW

THE SEVEN BIGGEST ECONOMIC LIES
http://bit.ly/pXDbOr

The solution to market-related noise
http://bit.ly/qn9zP1

Origins of the EFSF monoline plan
http://on.ft.com/nxqrqn

Hong Kong Revives Public Housing Scheme In Face Of 'Enormous Inflationary Pressue'
http://read.bi/qz6r2C

More Depressing Talk About Wall Street Bonuses, Layoffs, And The NYC Economy
http://read.bi/nWUYPy

Jim the Realtor: "Market is a buzz"
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Original content Bob DeMarco, All American Investor