Literally everything Apple makes now with the exception of maybe the Apple Watch came from Steve Jobs. Jobs even said a few years before he died that he wants to make a car and show the world how to do it right. So even that’s from him. And my friends company probably will make the […]
The ISM Manufacturing Index Declined to 52.9 in February Brian S. Wesbury, Chief Economist Robert Stein, Deputy Chief Economist Date: 3/2/2015 The ISM manufacturing index declined to 52.9 in February from 53.5 in January, coming in slightly below the consensus expected level of 53.0. (Levels higher than 50 signal expansion; levels below 50 signal contraction.) […]
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Van Eck Hotline on Money and the Economy For: Monday, October 14, 2013 (800) 219-1333. VetHotline@aol.com. www.vanecktillman.com The drumbeats of doom and rhetoric continue to come out of Washington and other centers of political and financial power. The Federal government is now in the 14th day of the partial shutdown. The debt ceiling will be […]
The Bank Of International Settlements Warns The Monetary Kool-Aid Party Is Over Submitted by Tyler Durden on 06/23/2013 16:10 -0400 When a month ago the Central Banks’ Central Bank, aka the Bank of International Settlements (or BIS) in Basel where the MIT central-planning braintrust meets every few months to decide the fate of the world, […]
The World’s Largest Hedge Fund. $120 Billion And Growing. Braeburn Capital. Parent Company Is Apple, Inc.
Presenting The World’s Biggest Hedge Fund You Have Never Heard Of. The world’s largest hedge fund is not located in the top floor of some shiny, floor-to-ceiling glass clad skyscraper in New York, London, Hong Kong or Shanghai. It isn’t in some sprawling mansion in Greenwich or Stamford which houses a state of the art […]
Steve Jobs Lost Interview From 27 Years Ago. Discussing The iPad, Networking, And The App Store In The Future. Just Amazing.
Rare full recording of 1983 Steve Jobs speech reveals Apple had been working on iPad for 27 years 2ND OCTOBER 2012 by MATTHEW PANZARINO Back in August, I wrote an article about a talk that Steve Jobs gave in 1983 at the Center for Design Innovation. That talk covered a wide range of topics from […]
Average Hedge Fund Only Up 2.9% For 2012 and Down 8.87% In 2011. Not Good Especially If You Are Paying 2% Of Your Invested Assets In Fees. Forget About 20% Of The Profits!
Thin hedge-fund bonuses expected in wake of weak returns. By KAJA WHITEHOUSE NY POST Last Updated: 9:45 AM, September 27, 2012 Many money managers are looking at lower pay â€” in the form of performance fees â€” as tepid returns for 2012 fail to make up for last yearâ€™s steep losses. As of the end […]
Trading And Investing Intelligence For The Week Of September 10, 2012. China Sunday. The Bernanke Later In Week.
Over the weekend, we will receive industrial and retail data from China. Earlier this week, there was chatter that China may lower the reserve rate, which would be the third time doing so in as many months. Additional China economic data will be released Monday morning, which could very well move the market by the […]
Updated Schedule of Events at the Republican National Convention by Fox News Insider Posted in: Republican National Convention, RNC, Tampa Given the day-long delay in the Republican National Convention because of Tropical Storm Isaac, some speeches were moved to other days. Below is the latest schedule of events for the RNC, provided to us by […]
10 Reasons to Be a Bull, From a Stock Market Bear Published: Friday, 15 Jun 2012 | 11:27 AM ET Text Size By: Jeff Cox CNBC.com Senior Writer Finding reasons not to like the current stock market doesn’t take much work, as the faltering U.S. economy, European debt crisis and looming fiscal cliff makes the […]
Obama Said “The Private Sector Is Doing Fine” Yet The Average American’s Net Worth Has Dropped 40 Percent! Washington Post.
THE WASHINGTON POST. JUNE 11, 2011 5:04PM Fed: Americansâ€™ wealth dropped 40 percent By Ylan Q. Mui, Is the U.S. economic recovery stalling?:â€‰The Labor Department reported June 1 that the nationâ€™s economy added only 69,000 jobs in May, bringing the unemployment rate to 8.2 percent. Here, a look at the fallout from our troubled economy […]
FROM: CNBC/ REUTERS Spain Bailout May Not Be the Euro Zone’s Biggest News Published: Sunday, 10 Jun 2012 | By: Reuters German news magazine Der Spiegel reported on Saturday that leaders of European institutions are working on a comprehensive plan to rescue the euro that would include the issuance of joint Eurobondsâ€”a move Germany has […]
Ray Dalio, fabled hedge-fund manager, says the U.S. has done a “beautiful” job delevering, but sees a 30% chance Europe will stumble badly.
Dalio’s World Barrons: March 19,2012 Ray Dalio, fabled hedge-fund manager, says the U.S. has done a “beautiful” job delevering, but sees a 30% chance Europe will stumble badly. It’s hard to imagine anyone navigating the rough seas of the past decade more ably than Ray Dalio, master and commander of money-management firm Bridgewater Associates, which […]
US Manufacturing Could Be Big Winner From Europe Crisis Published: Thursday, 26 Apr 2012 | 2:13 PM ET Text Size By: Jeff Cox CNBC.com Senior Writer Among all the problems the European debt crisis pose to the global economy comes one possible benefit: A much-needed lift for American manufacturers. Earnings for large companies like 3M […]
Barton Biggs ” Simpson Bowles Forever”. The Risks Coming Up In The Next Year/ Future. Poisonous Uncertainty- Fiscal Cliff. Very Good Read.
SIMPSON BOWLES FOREVER A lethal, poisonous uncertainty hanging over U.S. markets (and world markets for that matter) is the so- called Fiscal Cliff. As of January 1, 2013, the Bush tax cuts, the temporary payroll tax cut, and long-term unemployment benefits will all expire. To make matters worse, on January 15th, because of the failure […]