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June 14th, 2013 · Comments Off

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Shareholdersunite Stocks + Scorecard.

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Euro still poses a big risk

July 14th, 2014 · No Comments

All quiet on the Southern front? Not really, the euro induced destruction machine is still grinding. It’s important for investors to grasp exactly how this works, so here is a primer. What are the main risks the situation derails? We’ll discuss three.

Risk Is Back, It’s The Euro, Stupid! | Seeking Alpha

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Today on SHU

June 22nd, 2014 · Comments Off

In fact, it’s even worse. Since the core countries also run low inflation policies, the troubled countries only recourse, internal devaluation, forces them to run highly deflationary policies which not only kills demand, it also kills nominal growth. Even low nominal growth (let alone zero, or even negative nominal growth) automatically increases the debt burden, this is the so-called denominator effect. Debt/GDP increases where debt increases by interest payments and deficits while the austerity and internal devaluation policies keep GDP growth minimal (or even negative).

Away with the euro

O’Neill to step aside?

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The Virtual Reality Race is On

June 16th, 2014 · Comments Off

  • VR headsets are finally emerging as a mass-market consumer product.
  • The possible applications are sheer endless and VR seems set to become a big market.
  • There are three early contenders on the hardware side, but the money is likely to be in the software side.

The Virtual Reality Race Is On | Seeking Alpha

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Today on SHU

June 13th, 2014 · Comments Off

  • Do we have lift-off at IOC? What News – Reflections of A Venture.
  • Alan Shearer BBC Sport: “The Netherlands were sensational, it should have been seven or eight. Who will win the World Cup?
  • 1. There wouldn’t be a 13/G filed as it would be less than 5%. So it wouldn’t really matter one way or another except they would own shares. Outside of a mandate, there isn’t anything precluding them from buying ADR’s.

2. They wouldn’t have a direct investment in what they may be truly interested in. It’s of no surprise that there is a great deal of interest in gaming, and the enterprise business, both divisions expected to grow exponentially well into the future, especially in China. There are plenty of statistics supporting this.

3. NQ would not sell a stake in the divisions if it wasn’t at a valuation that commensurate with reality. Also there has been criticism with respect to some of their investments, this debunks it unequivocally, given the microscope NQ is under, it’s total hogwash that they are just making things up to create an illusion. It’s pure insanity to feed into those allegations considering where we are now. Why did VC firms invest in NQ sub at premium price?

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On SHU Forum Today

June 12th, 2014 · Comments Off

Some speculation about why the IOC crew seemed so pleased with Wahoo

POLL

A discussion about the nature of the siege of NQ Mobile

SP today

The Bank of Japan will have to mop up the entire issuance of public debt for years to come, covering the budget deficit with printed money

The extraordinarily bold economic experiment in Japan

Even playing with 13 (the public and the referee), Brazil didn’t really impress me, apart from Oscar. The Croats will be looking for a decent keeper..

Who will win the World Cup?

And of course, there is a host of remarkable stories here, like:

There’s an industrial boom underway in Louisiana, thanks, in part, to a rise in fracking. A massive new plant under construction in Lake Charles is expected to create 7,000 jobs at the peak of construction, according to a new report in the Wall Street Journal. South African state-oil company Sasol is pumping $21 billion into the 3,034-acre complex in what could be the largest foreign investment in U.S. history, according to the Journal.

Links for 5/29

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Join our World-Cup poll

June 12th, 2014 · Comments Off

Join our World-Cup poll, plus a few entertaining stories from its history

Who will win the World Cup?

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Hard Money, Soft Money and Asset Bubbles

May 25th, 2014 · Comments Off

  • Should we raise interest rates to curb possible asset price bubbles?
  • Answers depend on who you ask. “Hard money” people say yes, “soft money” people say no.
  • So we’ll look at the costs, benefits, and alternatives.

Hard Money, Soft Money And Asset Bubbles | Seeking Alpha

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Sphere 3D is a very interesting company

May 23rd, 2014 · Comments Off

  • Sphere 3D promises it has a revolutionary product with the Glassware 2.0 virtualization platform.
  • The acquisition of Overland could provide it with the critical mass to propel this product into the market.
  • But the shares have already run up a lot and the company isn’t without critics.

Sphere 3D Taking On The Software Virtualization World? – Sphere 3D Corp. (OTCMKTS:SPIHF) | Seeking Alpha

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Three Stocks On The Rope Offer Value

May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off

While the market indexes are holding up, many stocks are in bear market territory. We think some of the stocks that have been sold off heavily are due for a bounce. We see fundamental value in FENG, XXII and SZYM at these sold-off levels.

3 Stocks On The Ropes Offer Big Value | Seeking Alpha

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Hard Money Versus Soft Money

May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off

Many in finance argue that the Fed policies are deeply mistaken and that the Fed is cohorting with Wall Street. The paradox is that these are some of the same guys who would benefit most from that situation. We think this apparent paradox can be explained by the power of ideas.

Hard Money Versus Soft Money | Seeking Alpha

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