Feb 16

The Daily Reckoning February 16th

Is a US-Iran War Inevitable? US-Iranian saber-rattling or impending shoot-out? In his usual, candid manner, contrarian investor Doug Casey talks about…

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Feb 15

The Daily Reckoning February 15th

Default Therapy The Greek crisis has been solved…again. Let’s see…that’s probably about 24 “solutions” during the last 24 months. But since these…

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Feb 14

The Daily Reckoning February 14th

The Federal Reserve’s Explicit Goal: Devalue the Dollar 33% The Federal Reserve Open Market Committee (FOMC) has made it official: After…

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Feb 13

The Daily Reckoning February 13th

Moneyball Investing: A Simple Way to Beat the Market The key dilemma around Moneyball, the book by Michael Lewis and the…

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Feb 10

The Daily Reckoning February 10th

Economic Growth in the New Millennium Wow! That was quick! “Greek Bailout at Risk as Party Pushes Back,” reports Bloomberg. “Greece Plunged Into…

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Feb 9

The Daily Reckoning February 9th

Of Fat Tails and Fashionable Gloom and Doom “Worried that the Federal Reserve and the U.S. dollar are on the brink…

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Feb 8

The Daily Reckoning February 8th

The Value of a Thief “Every human problem is an investment opportunity if you can anticipate the solution,” the old gentleman…

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Feb 7

The Daily Reckoning February 7th

When Emerging Markets Shape the Developed World “America is back,” said the President of all the Americans, “Anyone who tells you…

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Feb 6

The Daily Reckoning February 6th

The Problem with Contemporary Education Several of the ‘Capitalism in Crisis’ thinkers — even those who should have known better —…

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Feb 3

The Daily Reckoning February 3rd

A Crisis in Worthwhile Opinions of Capitalism The Financial Times has continued its series on ‘Capitalism in Crisis’ much longer than…

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Feb 2

The Daily Reckoning February 2nd

How Piracy Works Against an Unnatural Monopoly What the market giveth, the state rises to taketh away. One of the more striking…

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Feb 1

The Daily Reckoning February 1st

Lost in Translation: An Important Note for International Reckoners First up, a quick public service announcement for our International Reckoners: If you’re…

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Jan 31

The Daily Reckoning January 31st

Goldman Sachs is Probably Not a “Buy” “I don’t know much about the stock market,” says Matt Taibbi, the witty critic…

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Jan 30

The Daily Reckoning January 30th

The Most Common and Costly Investment Mistake I’d like to tell you about a study I read recently. It’s a slim little…

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Jan 27

The Daily Reckoning January 27th

Best Places in the World to Retire, Part II In the States today, most Americans are on the verge of retiring…

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Jan 26

The Daily Reckoning January 26th

How Ben Bernanke Rationalizes “Exceptionally Low” Interest Rates Anything happen in the markets yesterday? To tell the truth, we forgot to…

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Jan 24

The Daily Reckoning January 24th

Currency Rally Fades in Overnight Trading The currency/risk on rally was quite strong yesterday, all day long! However, in the overnight…

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Jan 23

The Daily Reckoning January 23rd

Knowing Your Role as an Obedient Citizen We can see them there, huddled under cover of night, assembled in the darkened…

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Jan 20

The Daily Reckoning January 20th

A Real Stress Test: Could Any Major Bank or Developed Nation Survive? Last week, Spain and Italy were able to offload…

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