Archive for November, 2014

Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

November 27, 2014 0 Comments
Apple Going To $1 Trillion?

Yesterday, its been announced that Apple (AAPL) has reached the $700 billion dollar valuation mark. $300 billion more than Exxon Mobile (XOM), the second largest company in the world. On Twitter I managed to make a sarcastic remark regarding the size of the largest company in the world. I was looking for #BlackFriday deals from […]

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US Stocks Are Too Expensive…

November 25, 2014 0 Comments
US Stocks Are Too Expensive…

Of course, you’ve already learned that from a previous post I’ve done showing how the US stock market is the most expensive in the entire global economy. However, what exactly does this mean for me and people like me? For the most part, it doesn’t exactly mean much of anything for me. Most of my exposure is […]

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Auto Loan Delinquencies Surge Among Millennials

November 25, 2014 0 Comments
Auto Loan Delinquencies Surge Among Millennials

I really have no interest in owning or driving a car. Not because I can’t afford to have one, or because my credit is inadequate. Personally, the cost don’t outweigh the benefits. Dealing with routine maintenance and paying for gasoline on ever occasion, it is just something that is a turn off for me. I […]

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Is Krugman Responsible For Delay In Japan’s Tax Hike?

November 23, 2014 0 Comments
Is Krugman Responsible For Delay In Japan’s Tax Hike?

Krugman is no stranger to the limelight, being more celebreity than economist, after all. He already has plenty of sway in much of the western world (whoever that is willing to listen to his rethoric), and now Bloomberg reports that the noble prize winning economist met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (Abe Shinzo for those in […]

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An Interesting JP Morgan Testimony Worth Reading

November 23, 2014 0 Comments
An Interesting JP Morgan Testimony Worth Reading

Most people know about JP Morgan  Er, or rather, most people know about the bank JP Morgan Chase & Co. It’s a muti-national banking corporation with locations in the United States (the largest bank in the US by assets and deposits), Germany, United Kingdom, New Zealand, etc. The company became what was known as JP Morgan […]

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JP Morgan: Sell US Stocks And Buy Europe On Valuation

November 22, 2014 0 Comments
JP Morgan: Sell US Stocks And Buy Europe On Valuation

JP Morgan Chase is telling its investors to dump the dollar and gain more exposure in the European Stock Market. Momentum for Euro stocks faded since the beginning of 2014, as we can see from the following chart below. The EuroZone has performed exceptionally weak compared to the performance in the United States. However, the […]

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The US Is The Most Expensive Stock Market

November 20, 2014 0 Comments
The US Is The Most Expensive Stock Market

Of course, I already new that. Most of my investments is in foreign stocks with exposure in emerging economies such as Hong Kong, Singapore, China, etc. However, when even the media can’t ignore this fact, you know there is a problem.Source: The Telegraph 1,246 total views, 3 views today

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Japan Dips Back Into Recession

November 18, 2014 0 Comments
Japan Dips Back Into Recession

Well, there goes Abenomics… GDP in Japan has fallen for the second quarter in a row, the last one occurring in Q3 2012. Technically, the intervals between recessions lasted from 3 to 5 financial quarters, but I’m not mincing words with everyone else. Officially, Japan has entered what is known as a ‘Triple-Dip Recession.’ Against […]

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Obamacare Architect Admits The HealthCare Law Wouldn’t Have Passed If The Truth Was Told

November 13, 2014 0 Comments
Obamacare Architect Admits The HealthCare Law Wouldn’t Have Passed If The Truth Was Told

After being exposed for his controversial remarks (and ultimately admitting that he regretting uttering those remarks), more clips regarding the architect of the Affordable Care Act has surfaced on the internet. Basically, more rhetoric from Jonathan Gruber, being caught in a Mitt Romney moment, discussing how stupid voters were tricked into supporting a law they […]

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The Economy Is So Good, The President’s Party Lost The Senate

November 12, 2014 0 Comments
The Economy Is So Good, The President’s Party Lost The Senate

Another consecutive month of job growth in the economy. A great rebound from losing 800,000 jobs a month before the recession ended. That, at least, is the talking point that our elected officials loves to remind us about. So how come our elected officials, particularly Democrats, couldn’t stay in office with a winning message like […]

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