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Entries from November 2008

In the end, there is a simple solution to all of this..

November 9th, 2008 · 1 Comment

It’s not without risk, but these risks are further away, and they can be dealt with.

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Tags: Credit Crisis

Tampering with the self-cleansing capitalist process should be kept to a minimum

November 8th, 2008 · 1 Comment

We want to preserve capitalism, not socialize risk. Politics should desist from bailing out other sectors. The financial system is the exception, it should not become the rule. Destruction is a inevitable and necessary part of the creative destruction of a capitalist economy

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Tags: Opinion

What Obama needs to do

November 8th, 2008 · Comments Off on What Obama needs to do

Some observations and priorities. First some immediate action to arrest the precarious slide in the US economy, second a more enduring task to reinforce America’s brand of free-market capitalism, which has much to recommend it, but also has some deep flaws, as will be obvious by no to all but the most fanatical supporters of […]

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Tags: Credit Crisis

China next?

November 7th, 2008 · 2 Comments

Dr. Doom (aka Nouriel Roubini) is at it again. Can’t this guy shut up for once? The problem is, he is usually right. More than five years ago he predicted that the US would be the next ’emerging market’ crisis. Everybody laughed. They don’t laugh anymore.

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Tags: Emerging Markets

Hedge funds’ lost aura of invincibility

November 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on Hedge funds’ lost aura of invincibility

The next wheel to come off in the financial markets.. If you wondered why your stock is gyrating up and down (but mostly down), look no further for an explanation than here. One consolation, it has little to do with fundamentals..

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Tags: Credit Crisis

The Week in Solar Energy

November 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on The Week in Solar Energy

Difficult times, but innovation is continuing.

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Tags: Solar sector

eFuture Q3 Results

November 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on eFuture Q3 Results

This company is hardly, if at all, affected by the global crisis (growth is still between 50-100%), reaffirms it’s earlier guidance, shows that the apparent slow-down in software sales the previous quarter (which we worried about, as it drives service income a year later) was an incident and, will purchase up to 15% of it’s […]

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Tags: EFUT

Good news for the long march towards instant on computing

November 6th, 2008 · 1 Comment

One of the most irritating things about PCs, especially those running on Windows, is the long time it takes to fire them up, launch applications and data, and shut down. There is a solution though.. 

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Tags: Technology

Low energy prices won’t last

November 6th, 2008 · 1 Comment

If you think low energy prices are here to stay, think again..

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Tags: IOC · Natural Gas

Obama should be good for alternative energy

November 6th, 2008 · Comments Off on Obama should be good for alternative energy

Tax incentives were extended, companies came in with better results than expected, but the sector is one of the main victims of the market and energy retreats. This won’t last though. For those that can look ahead a little bit longer, the case for these stocks is really compelling. And the dollar strength, reason of […]

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Tags: Solar sector