Archive for June, 2015

I Never Did Like McDonald’s

June 15, 2015 0 Comments
I Never Did Like McDonald’s

Food or Financial wise, there is really very little that appeals about the company. The only time when I really enter a store is when I need to use the WiFi (which is probably worse than most Starbucks hotspots). The only other time is when there is absolutely nothing else around to eat. However, I […]

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl: Movie Review

June 12, 2015 0 Comments
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl: Movie Review

In a season filled with remakes and adaptations, its good to find something original once in a while. Although, if you’re tired of the consistence uncreative Hollywood stories, you won’t be much surprised by a movie titled Me and Earl and the Dying Girl; however, at the same time, it’s one of those films shows […]

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“How Can The Economy Be Weak With This Job Growth,” Says Joe LaVorgna

June 12, 2015 0 Comments
“How Can The Economy Be Weak With This Job Growth,” Says Joe LaVorgna

Chief Economist of Deutsch Bank Joe LaVorgna basically asked, or something similar to that very question. Of course, he was reference the latest non-farm payroll report (Employment Situation Report) released on Friday. As if this report was really any different from any of the previous reports in the last 13 months. The economy created 280,000 […]

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Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo Resigns

June 11, 2015 0 Comments
Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo Resigns

Um, good? And Twitter Shares during the Announcement? You can also read the letters of both Dick and Jack here regarding the resignation and the task of finding a suitable replacement. None of that really concerns me, so I won’t share it. The only part that is of concern is the fact that the CEO […]

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‘Spy:’ Movie Review

June 6, 2015 0 Comments
‘Spy:’ Movie Review

All I wanted for my birthday was for Hollywood to release a really good comedy film. That might have been asking for too much considering how low we have set the bar in terms of what is actually considered ‘funny.’ However, writer and director Paul Feig,also know for Bridesmaids (2011) and The Heat (2013), delivers […]

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‘Aloha:’ Movie Review

June 6, 2015 0 Comments
‘Aloha:’ Movie Review

Before American Hustle (2013), I wasn’t too familiar with Bradley Cooper’s work, but he did an okay job playing Carl’s (Jim Carey) best friend in Yes Man (2008), and was worth a good chuckle or two in the Hangover films. Not to mention his role in American Sniper (2014) placed him amongst the pinnacle of […]

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Greece To IMF: I’ll Pay You Later

June 4, 2015 1 Comment
Greece To IMF: I’ll Pay You Later

I can’t believe how quickly two months just flew by. It seemed like it was just yesterday when I was writing about how Greece could default €458 million due on April 9th. However, we all knew this problem would occur way back in February, when the Greek Government failed to obtain a six month extension […]

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Should Negative Quarters Surprise Us?

June 1, 2015 0 Comments
Should Negative Quarters Surprise Us?

Retail sales fail to impress, PMIs are slowing, Factory Orders and Durable Goods are still contracting, and we just can’t seem to get Housing back on track. So, of course, economic growth isn’t where it should be. However, it isn’t a matter of whether or not a contraction should surprise us, but rather, should we […]

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