Monthly Archives: September 2012

US Tax Revenues vs. The US Cost of War

Where do your tax dollars go? Re-posted from Al Jazeera as a Public Service Geoff

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Tough Shorting the Euro No Matter How Much Spain Burns-QE3 Not Necessarily a Friend to FX traders

John Taylor comments on the Euro and other currencies. John

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US Submarine Veterans of WWII, disband their national organization, a proud Era comes to a close.

End of an Era: US Submarine Veterans Disband National Group The US Submarine Veterans of World War II disbanded following their national convention on September 7 in Groton, Connecticut. The convention attendance had dropped from thousands to just 62 this … Continue reading

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The Fourth Branch of Government

Clear as ever, Jim Grant lays it down. John

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From Pedro Schwartz, Krugman’s New Nemisis

After taking it to Krugman at a now famous conference in Spain, Pedro Schwartz is back, explaining several European problems and noting other disconcerting views of academicians. John

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Australia Currency Update. Mauldin and Tepper on Australian Fragility

The Australian Dollar continues its downtrend versus the New Zealand Dollar. Against the U.S Dollar, the currency has fared much better, especially with the announcement by the Fed last week, the Duncan Mcleod policy of low interest rates forever and quantitative easing … Continue reading

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Home Prices from Different Countries

This is a nice resource for identifying some interesting trends in home prices. Global Property Guide has a tool for selecting countries in order to examine price trends. A couple shown below, Austria and Australia, tend to be very scary. … Continue reading

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Talent shows itself in a grocery store. In our world, anything is possible!

Mystery Karaoke Singer is a HIT! Hear the talent that walks among us… Geoff

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Ben Bernanke’s QE3 is an irresponsible move to Destroy the US Dollar

QE3: Helicopter Ben Bernanke Unleashes An All-Out Attack On The U.S. Dollar by: Michael Snyder, 14 September 2012 You can’t accuse Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke of not living up to his nickname. Back in 2002, Bernanke delivered a speech … Continue reading

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Time-Lapse Rebirth of the World Trade Center Area of NYC

Stunning Video: Time-Lapse Rebirth of World Trade Center Earthcam: In honor of the 11th anniversary of September 11th, EarthCam is proud to premiere this new commemorative time-lapse with cinematic views of the World Trade Center site from multiple webcams. The … Continue reading

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