Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ben’s parting gift to global risk markets: mayhem

Ben Bernanke presided over his final committee meeting as chairman of the Federal Reserve this week. The BBC reviews the continuing decline in emergency markets and currencies as speculative capital floods back to the US dollar and the US treasury … Continue reading

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Not so common sense with Danielle Park

Danielle sits down with teenage scientist, inventor and entrepreneur Maya Burhanpurkar to talk about her personal journey, obstacles, accomplishments, hopes and dreams.

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Danielle on The Financial Survival Network

Danielle was a guest today with Kerry Lutz on The Financial Survival Network, talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment: “Central Banks hit a brick wall” here.

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Time for tech to take back?

Yesterday my partner Cory, tweeted this interesting big picture chart of Apple, pointing out that the tech giant led the NASDAQ and overall risk markets lower in both of the last market cycles since 2000, and that its recent bear … Continue reading

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Why over-valuations matter

With all the complacent talk and soothing reassurance from the “always-long stocks” sales force, one would think that “volatility” is but a benign nuisance that causes the odd hiccup but no lasting pain. Grin and bear; stiff upper lip; all … Continue reading

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The Dow’s 5-year rhyme

I have to say, given the exhausted consumer and weak global demand, I was skeptical that the traders and churners could keep a sick dog hunting for 5 full years this cycle…but congrats to them are in order I guess. … Continue reading

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