Archive for October, 2010

Ron Paul: What if?

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What if indeed….. Food for thought as we head into next week. Have a Happy Halloween. Related Articles: TKO: Ron Paul Pummels Bernanke Ron Paul: This is Revolution Ron Paul vs. Ben Bernanke Ron Paul: End The Fed Ron Paul’s “National Nightmare” Ron Paul: Fed Secrecy is Wrong To learn more about Wealth Daily click here Advertisement Who’s Really Making a Killing from Foreclosures? It’s not the banks… It’s not the auctioneers… And it certainly isn’t John Q Public… Instead, one unique company actually figured out a way to thrive from this financial crisis. As lenders work through their mountains of foreclosures, this outfit prepares to skyrocket… And you could be handed an absolute fortune, month after month, through 2012. Read our latest report right now to find out how. Ron Paul: What if? originally appeared in Wealth Daily . Wealth Daily is a free daily newsletter featuring contrarian investment insights and commentary.

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Investing in Cuba: 11 Plays on an ‘Untapped Opportunity’

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Investing in Cuba: 11 Plays on an ‘Untapped Opportunity’

Filed under: International Markets , Newsletters , Stocks to Buy “As soon as it is possible to do so, several North American companies are likely to move quickly to enter Cuba, the greatest untapped opportunity remaining in the western hemisphere,” says Jim Powell . Here, the editor of Global Changes & Opportunities looks at what he believes are the best investment opportunities for investing in Cuba, should such a change occur. “In August, Raul Castro announced that 500,000 public workers in Cuba will be laid off and will need to find jobs in newly-legalized small private enterprises. Continue reading Investing in Cuba: 11 Plays on an ‘Untapped Opportunity’ Investing in Cuba: 11 Plays on an ‘Untapped Opportunity’ originally appeared on BloggingStocks on Sun, 31 Oct 2010 10:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink | Email this | Comments

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Gold Stocks GOLD BULLION TSX-V GBB CLOSES 8 MILLION PRIVATE …

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Vancouver – October 29 2010 Investorideas com Mining stocks Newswire – Gold Bullion Development C.

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Might Arctic Warming Lead to Catastrophic Methane Releases?

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Might Arctic Warming Lead to Catastrophic Methane Releases?

Guest post by Indur M. Goklany In the earlier post reporting on the recent greening of the Arctic, some commentators — Crispin in Waterloo, BillD, Jimbo — have alluded to the notion that Arctic thawing could lead to positive feedback … Continue reading →

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Half of Democrats Think Obama Should Face Primary

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Airport body scanners ‘could give you cancer’, warns expert

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Full body scanners at airports could increase your risk of skin cancer, experts warn. The X-ray machines have been brought in at Manchester, Gatwick and Heathrow. But scientists say radiation from the scanners has been underestimated and could be particularly risky for children. They say that the low level beam does deliver a small dose of radiation to the body but because the beam concentrates on the skin – one of the most radiation-sensitive organs of the human body – that dose may be up to 20 times higher than first estimated.

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GOP in late poll roll

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– A wave of polls out yesterday showed voters across the country breaking in favor of Republicans.

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Arrest in alleged revenge beating of priest at Los Gatos retirement home

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William Lynch made a trip in May to the Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in Los Gatos to see the Rev. Jerold Lindner again. “Do you remember me?” he asked the 65-year-old Jesuit priest. “You abused me and my brother.” Then, police reports continue, the 44-year-old Lynch began punching Lindner, pummeling the older man so badly that he was hospitalized, his body covered in bruises.

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Gold Never Has Been (and Never Will Be) in a Bubble | Stock Market …

Concepts like the “inflation-adjusted gold price” or the “gold/oil ratio,” or a ratio of outstanding debt or currency to a quantity of gold bullion , are a distraction. An item that doesn’t change value is never cheap or dear. …

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Gold Never Has Been (and Never Will Be) in a Bubble

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Most serious gold investors follow a basic principle: that gold is stable in value. Changes in the “gold price” represent changes in the currency being compared to gold, while gold itself is essentially inert. This is why gold was used as a monetary foundation for literally thousands of years. You want money to be stable Gold Never Has Been (and Never Will Be) in a Bubble originally appeared in the Daily Reckoning . The Daily Reckoning, offers a uniquely refreshing, perspective on the global economy, investing, gold, stocks and today’s markets. Its been called “the most entertaining read of the day.”

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All Eyes On the Fed: Awaiting Bernanke’s Decision

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The world waits… Stocks barely budged this week. Gold bobbed around like an anchorless sailboat, adrift in a vast ocean of guesses, speculation and rumor. All eyes, meanwhile, are on US Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, who is widely expected to announce his next round of systematic dollar debasement a few days from now – a All Eyes On the Fed: Awaiting Bernanke’s Decision originally appeared in the Daily Reckoning . The Daily Reckoning, offers a uniquely refreshing, perspective on the global economy, investing, gold, stocks and today’s markets. Its been called “the most entertaining read of the day.”

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Weekend: Panic at the Pentagon

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Welcome to the Wealth Daily Weekend Edition— our insights from the week in investing and links to our most-read Wealth Daily and sister publication articles. So much for the New World Order… While the United States has been happy to move its military chess pieces all about the globe, the rest of the world has decided not to play. And why would they? After all, Pax Americana has meant that great power conflict has been taken off the table… Advertisement They Just Struck Oil… Recently, a tiny Mongolian oil driller I’ve been watching hit pay dirt. Once the news hit the mainstream, the stock jumped 42% in what seemed like minutes… And this is just the beginning of what could be a HUGE run. I’m talking about the possibility of an easy 10-bagger here. So I urge you to take a look at the full details today before you miss out on even more incredible gains. In its wake, we are left with something that doesn’t quite bend to the power of brute force. Instead, it’s a whole new ball game— one in which economics is more important than megatons. A war by other means So while we don’t have to worry about Russians pouring through the Fulda Gap anymore, today’s battle lines are being drawn with currency, trade, and economic strength. In this arena, an upstart newcomer— otherwise known as China — has been playing the game to win, if not dominate. From keeping a mercantilist lid on the yuan to trashing its own environment, China has managed to build a pipeline attracting a good portion of the world’s wealth to its shores. Meanwhile, the U.S. is left to play a game of catch-…

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