Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fast Traders, in Spotlight, Battle Rules – NYTimes.com

Fast Traders, in Spotlight, Battle Rules – NYTimes.com.

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The World’s Best Asset Managers? | Leeds on Finance

The World’s Best Asset Managers? | Leeds on Finance.

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Back to the Basics – Thoughts from the Frontline Investment Newsletter – John Mauldin

Back to the Basics – Thoughts from the Frontline Investment Newsletter – John Mauldin. An excellent overview of our economic reality and the choices we face

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The Weekend Interview with James Grant: The Scourge of the Faith-Based Paper Dollar – WSJ.com

The Weekend Interview with James Grant: The Scourge of the Faith-Based Paper Dollar – WSJ.com. Mr. Grant is also a critic—albeit with caveats—of today’s great bankers, whom he says in one respect don’t hold a candle to their gilded forebears. … Continue reading

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Bain Capital Lowers Its Fees – WSJ.com

Bain Capital Lowers Its Fees – WSJ.com.

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Are We In A Tech Bubble? Heres The History [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are We In A Tech Bubble? Heres The History [INFOGRAPHIC].

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Deficit Cutting Likely to Squeeze the Middle Class – WSJ.com

Deficit Cutting Likely to Squeeze the Middle Class – WSJ.com. “It’s pretty clear that there isn’t enough money to just tax the rich,” says Douglas Holtz-Eakin, a Republican and also a former CBO director. “I don’t think the strategy will … Continue reading

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The Weak Recovery | Leeds on Finance

The Weak Recovery | Leeds on Finance. The Weakness Overleveraged.  In Q3 of 2007, US households collectively had borrowed 127% of their annual incomes.  In the 1990s, the average was 84%.  We are down to 112% (as of Q1), in … Continue reading

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