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Entries from May 2014

Hard Money, Soft Money and Asset Bubbles

May 25th, 2014 · Comments Off on Hard Money, Soft Money and Asset Bubbles

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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Tags: Economy · Financial crisis

Sphere 3D is a very interesting company

May 23rd, 2014 · Comments Off on Sphere 3D is a very interesting company

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? […]

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Tags: ANY

Three Stocks On The Rope Offer Value

May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off on Three Stocks On The Rope Offer Value

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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Tags: SZYM · xxii

Hard Money Versus Soft Money

May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off on Hard Money Versus Soft Money

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 […]

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Tags: Monetary policy

Big Oil Faces Long-Term Problems

May 12th, 2014 · Comments Off on Big Oil Faces Long-Term Problems

Oil majors face serious challenges, for decades, resource nationalization has kept them out of many of the cheapest fields. They’re struggling to replace existing reserves and production with new reserves and production. Climate change could present them with a staggering $28 trillion bill. Big Oil Under Serious Threat | Seeking Alpha

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Tags: Energy

Polish shares are cheap!

May 4th, 2014 · Comments Off on Polish shares are cheap!

Poland, greatly helped by EU membership, has been an economic success story. The economic success is insufficiently priced into equity values, which are historically cheap. Some short-term risk remains due to the crisis over the Ukraine. The Polish Markets Are Cheap [iShares MSCI Poland Investable ETF, Market Vectors Poland ETF] – Seeking Alpha

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Tags: Economy

Paul Mueller (MUEL) stock is very cheap still

May 1st, 2014 · Comments Off on Paul Mueller (MUEL) stock is very cheap still

Paul Mueller has achieved substantial operational and balance sheet improvements, a notable turnaround that deserves much more attention. The shares are still very cheap – a return to 2007 highs and dividends should be on the cards. The time of harvesting for the company seems to have arrived. An Underappreciated Turnaround At Paul Mueller – […]

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Tags: MUEL