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Aug 18

Rising Robots: Is it Obvious Robots Cost Human

Technology Review has an interesting infographic on the Rising Use of Robots, and which sectors show the biggest increase in…

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Aug 18

Bonds up Big!

It’s Bull Market in Bonds…The US bond market has hugely out-performed the stock market this year…up ~16%...while the DJIA is…

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Aug 17

Scotland – One Month to Go now 38%

An exclusive opinion poll for Scotland on Sunday, published just one month before the crucial vote, revealed  that support for…

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Aug 17

Europe Is Tanking, QE Is Coming

Last year the world kind of forgot about Europe. After ECB head Mario Draghi vowed to “do whatever it takes”…

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Aug 16

Japanese Yen – Can 92% of the Punters

““The thought is not something that observes an inner event, but, rather it is this inner event itself. We do…

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Aug 16

It’s Different This Time: Humans Need Not Apply;

On August 7, I wrote about "McCashier" Your $15.00 Per Hour McDonald's Worker Replacement. Sure. You can make $15 an hour…

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Aug 16

Most Trading Today Consists of Phantom Trades! Why?

Today, we can think about the major change which took place on August 15, 1971 (43 years prior to today).This…

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Aug 16

Variable-Rate World, Part 4: Japan’s Home Buyers Up

Everyone knows that Japan deeply is in debt and one way or another is going to suffer for it. But…

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Aug 16

Bubbles, Bubbles Everywhere

The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. – Albert Einstein Genius is a rising stock market. – John…

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Aug 15

Neighborhood Bully – America Recklessly Throws its Weight

On June 30, U.S. authorities announced a stunning $9 billion fine on French bank BNP Paribas for violations of financial…

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Aug 15

France Finance Minister “I Refuse to Raise Taxes

Not only is support for sanctions in Europe crumbling, so is support for alleged austerity. I say alleged because there…

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Aug 15

Attitude is Everything

Part of the war cycle is just the general feeling or attitude that shifts due to economics. We seem to…

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Aug 14

Adios, Property Ladder

When a 53-year-old guy walking by, minding his own business, was speared by a falling shard of glass, well, you’d…

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Aug 14

Teachers: a ‘Currency’ Is Not Money! Let’s think!

The two most influential schools of business and economics in the world (since 1913) are the Wharton Business School, in…

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Aug 14

The Biggest Lesson from Microsoft’s Recent Battle with

By Nick Giambruno, Senior Editor, InternationalMan.com A court ruling involving Microsoft’s offshore data storage offers an instructive lesson on the long…

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Aug 14

Big Bang – Sovereign Debt Crisis

The Sovereign Debt Crisis is unfolding on schedule. I have warned at the Philadelphia Conference that half of Germany’s municipalities are…

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Aug 14

German Economy Contracts, France Stagnates, Italy in Recession;

The recovery in Europe, not that there was ever much of one, is now over. As expected in this corner,…

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Aug 14

The American Upper Class Are In Trouble

The most vulnerable group of Americans are the upper middle class American rich. These are people who make from $75,000 to…

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Aug 14

Cry for Argentina: Odious Debt, Fiscal Mismanagement or

Argentina has now taken the US to The Hague for blocking the country’s 2005 settlement with the bulk of its…

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