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3 attacks today in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. Be safe everyone as I'm concerned it may not be over.

ISIS just developed a currency. Because it's gold, it could actually outlast the US dollar - http://wallstreetgreek.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-isiss-new-currency-will-outlast-us.html
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3 attacks today, Tunisia, Kuwait and France. Be safe everyone.
I just authored a report on ISIS' new gold currency, which I believe could outlast the US dollar given that it's gold - see here http://wallstreetgreek.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-isiss-new-currency-will-outlast-us.html
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Terrible. Was it ISIS? ISIS just developed its own currency..

ISIS' New Gold Currency Could Outlast the US Dollar - http://wallstreetgreek.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-isiss-new-currency-will-outlast-us.html
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Am I the only one who was scared to death by the start of this video and this woman's voice?
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Does this mean that Goodluck will now change his name? www.geopoliticalfactor.com
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I act and look just like this guy now, and I don't get this kind of respect. Instead I've noted people ignore the fact that I  have an MBA and worked on Wall Street and just think I'm a drug addict or a thug. Little do they know their the subject of a social experiment.... Evil Genius & Undercover Comedian
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and occasional user... JUST KIDDING but perfect for comedic timing no?!!! Jazaam!
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3 attacks today, Kuwait, Tunisia and France. Stay safe everyone.
Separately, I just authored this:
ISIS New Currency Could Outlast the US Dollar (shocking but true, see why)
http://wallstreetgreek.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-isiss-new-currency-will-outlast-us.html
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ISIS is very active today. Be careful everyone as terrorists often coordinate multiple attacks.

Separately, I just authored this on ISIS' development of a currency, the Islamic Dinar, which I believe can outlast the US dollar given that it's made of gold - http://wallstreetgreek.blogspot.com/2015/06/why-isiss-new-currency-will-outlast-us.html
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It's not an anti-gay law. Let me help you to see. Okay, so if a man says to a taxi driver, I'm heading to my best friend's house to have sex with his wife while she is away, so he's prideful and an adulterer, does the taxi driver have the right to refuse to help him? Might you refuse to help him even though you are not religious? Is this an American business person's right or not to refuse business? I wouldn't help that guy and I think I have the right to not to, whether I say it's due to my faith or my dislike of the jerk. But if a person's faith stops them from helping the guy, is that discrimination? And discrimination to what? Not everything is about LGBT. This is a much broader issue. Let's not discriminate against religious people; they have their rights too.
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It's always Gloucester... that place is cursed. I recommended this video to news.seminalevent.com
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Why does it seem like this happens every other day in China? Is it the law of large numbers or something? More people, more bad parents?
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Nobody should ever be left alone in a cockpit again.
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Entrepreneur, Blogger, Financial Journalist, Business Owner, Truth Seeker
Skills
Equity Research, Financial Analysis, Economic Analysis, Portfolio Strategy, Discernment
Employment
  • Seeking Alpha
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - present
  • Standard & Poor's
    Investment Officer (Senior Equity Analyst - Emerging Growth Stocks & Special Situations), 1998 - 2005
  • PNC Financial Services
    Mutual Fund Accountant, 1994 - 1996
  • TheStreet.com
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - 2007
  • MotleyFool.com
    Financial Journalist Contributor, 2007 - 2007
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Other names
Markos Kaminis
Story
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A man who spent his entire life studying finance, only to discover that other laws trump algorithms, the laws of human greed and fear. And not only in their implications upon securities movements, but more importantly in the actions of human beings in the corporate environment. Crowd mentality runs the office, and it too often leads to injustice. When a man of solid moral values enters that arena, he is eaten alive by wolves. But, if he survives, with his new skills of human discernment added to the tools fashioned in business school, he grows stronger.
Introduction
Wall Street Greek is defined as such, the study of Wall Street by a professional odds maker with the gift of discernment. The term "Greek" referenced in this brand is not literal, but slang, meaning "odds maker." What you have here is someone who successful selected stocks over a seven year career, after a lifetime of study, and a special interest in the discernment displayed by Peter Lynch and Warren Buffet. But it's more than that; it's the work of someone who also held true to moral values and ethics and paid dearly for it. So, in getting back to work, we now want to bring equality to Wall Street and make it more than a place for the rich to get richer, but a place for all to partake. Ride along with us if you want to rid the world of greed and fear, and replace the dark void with truth and justice. 
Bragging rights
A 21% average annual return over 5 years as senior stock analyst and 23% over the last 3 years in that role, MBA, held true to moral values and ethics as internal whistleblower
Education
  • Joseph M. Katz School of Business
    MBA
  • Temple University
    Business
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