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Doin' It Bloggystyle: Prince, Day Trading and Don Shula


Minyanville brings together the best of what they are saying "out there" about the topics we're talking about right here.

Blogs themselves need no introduction, as they get as much publicity as pretty much anything these days, save maybe the latest Britney news. There's an expanding world of excellent financial blogs, covering just about everything, from global economics to swing trading. Minyanville's goal is to bring together the best of what they are saying "out there" about the topics we're talking about right here.

Prince, Charles

Deeper Thoughts

  • Afraid to Trade has some relative sector strength scans, and a surprise leader over the last quarter.
  • Barry looks at the S&P, sans risk. I.e., what was the real multiple of the S&P the past few years given the financials earnings is now essentially zero over that stretch.
  • Stock Tickr has six hidden benefits of day trading (hat tip Trader Mike for both the link and the benefits).
  • Roger with some perspective on Gold.
  • A PnF tutorial from Chris Perruna.
  • What happens when you are more bullish on a stock then the actual CEO? Portfolio Meltup with a great chronology of some opinions on Diana Shipping (DSX) (hat tip, Kirk).

Who Do You Trust?

  • Jeff at Dash of Insight has a thought provoking post on interpretation of jobs data.
  • Four sources opine on what a "good" number is, and your task is to decide which one to trust (without knowing who the sources are).
  • My personal interpretation method is to let the futures/ETF's tell me whether it was good or not, but I'm a short term player, so I'm probably not the best example for this.

Irony Can Be Pretty Ironic Sometimes
  • So who said the following?
  • "Some mechanism has got to be in place that restricts the amount of money which is produced, either a gold standard or currency board or something of that nature because unless you do that, all of history suggests that inflation will take hold with very deleterious effects on economic activity... There are numbers of us, myself included, who strongly believe that we did very well in the 1870-1914 period with an international gold standard."
  • Alan Greenspan of course, in an apparent cry for help, hat tip to Mish.
  • Pats undefeated season tainted by Spygate? The very unbiased Don Shula says yes.
  • The '72 Dolphins are known to have some champagne each season when the last unbeaten team goes down, so here's hoping the '07 Dolphins go winless and the '77 Tampa Bay Bucs go raise a glass somewhere.
  • But maybe there's some good news for Phish fans... I mean Fish fans. Ricky Williams is applying for reinstatement. He's ready to leave the Tournament Bridge circuit, apparently!
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