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Intel Beats but is Becoming even less Mobile

Intel Beats but is Becoming even less Mobile

The nice thing for Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) investors is that there’s nothing wrong with their current cash cow, the PC chip market.  the bad thing is that they still have not… Read more »

Iran Continues to Buck Sanctions Sells to Private Parties in EU

Iran Continues to Buck Sanctions Sells to Private Parties in EU

I’m sure Herman Van Rumpoy and company are extremely unhappy with the news that Iran has struck deals with a private consortium of refiners in Europe to sell them oil… Read more »

“Print, Baby, Print” is the Phrase of the Day

“Print, Baby, Print” is the Phrase of the Day

While Grease may be the word, “Print” is the means by which to ‘Grease’ the markets.  Between a surprise rate cut by China (AMEX:FXI), a $78 billion expansion of the… Read more »

ISM Miss Means Print, Baby, Print

ISM Miss Means Print, Baby, Print

After 4 months of harsh monetary tightening by the Federal Reserve attempting to have the strength to force the global monetary system to its crisis, a period in which the… Read more »

U.S. Backs off Sanctioning China and Singapore

U.S. Backs off Sanctioning China and Singapore

In a monumental miscalculation the U.S. State Dept. underestimated the resolve of China to defy their mandate to isolate Iran from the world trade markets.  The whole thing looks like… Read more »

Hong Kong and China Open up Yuan

Hong Kong and China Open up Yuan

This may be a couple of days out of date, but it’s a significant enough event to be worth bringing up outside of the ADHD financial news cycle.  On late… Read more »

U.S. Exempts Pretty Much Everyone Except China of Iran Sanctions

U.S. Exempts Pretty Much Everyone Except China of Iran Sanctions

With the exception of Singapore (AMEX:EWS), China is the last country to not receive an exemption from sanctions set to go into effect on June 28th.  The U.S. (and their… Read more »

Gold Recaptures $1600 as Spain Bailout Hope Fades

Gold Recaptures $1600 as Spain Bailout Hope Fades

At this point fading any strength in the Euro is a very safe trade.  Until German Chancellor Angela Merkel accepts some form of pooled European debt solution, the Euro will… Read more »

China Lowers Rates, Fear Trade Retreats

China Lowers Rates, Fear Trade Retreats

The PBoC lowered their benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points to 6.31% on Thursday.  This was the first such rate cut in nearly four years.  In addition the deposit… Read more »

Oil Rout Continues on U.S. Slow Down

Oil Rout Continues on U.S. Slow Down

The decline in commodities this summer is eerily similar to the one that happened in the summer of 2008.  The difference this time is that Gold (AMEX:GLD) is most likely… Read more »

Another Day Another Enourmous Raid on Silver

Another Day Another Enourmous Raid on Silver

Sigh.  One has to wonder when these people will stop the madness.  JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) would have us believe that they are engaged in legitimate hedging on behalf of their clients. … Read more »

Gold Holds Onto Last Week’s Gains

Gold Holds Onto Last Week’s Gains

After hitting a bottom around $1525 per ounce last week Gold (AMEX:GLD)rebounded sharply on very high volume to settle into a new range between there and $1596.  Resistance is natural… Read more »