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Macau/China's Fragility
I had not been to Macau in two years even though it's only 50 miles away,  but as evident today, they are still building at their fastest rate including an Eiffel Tower in third or half scale, a Colossus, and a Massive land reclamation. I see probably a doz...

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Where is the Optimism in the economy or stock markets?
Morgan Stanley recently produced a  report saying that there have been net OUTFLOWS in equities from 2010-2015 essentially, EVEN AS THE SPX rose as much as it has. (see chart of equity flows since 2010 in particular - with few inflow weeks since then). http...
Where is the Optimism in the economy or stock markets?
Where is the Optimism in the economy or stock markets?
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China & Hong Kong - Property Bubbles and Euphoria.
Recently I noticed that a long established photography shop in Central HK had closed down, and within a week had been replaced with a fully functioning new…… shock horror…. real estate agency!  (I was not at all surprised). This is in an area where there ha...
China & Hong Kong - Property Bubbles and Euphoria.
China & Hong Kong - Property Bubbles and Euphoria.
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Brilliant article as always.

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The U.S. Economy and Oil
Very interesting historical perspective on the "common job" in each state over time.  But what got to me was the dependence on trucking and delivery as an industry, vocation, and owner-driver type of career. How can the US NOT benefit from lower oil prices ...
The U.S. Economy and Oil
The U.S. Economy and Oil
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Ka-Boom!!! The Swiss go to War on Currency - CHF
Recently, I wrote a post looking at Leverage and Trading success that I came across, and the observation that the best performers limited their max drawdown percentage risk to less than 50%.  Further the greatest number of net profitable traders held less m...
Ka-Boom!!! The Swiss go to War on Currency - CHF
Ka-Boom!!! The Swiss go to War on Currency - CHF
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