Jobsless Apple below $500 per share

The record low price of Apple share of $485 surprised me. I didn't expect the slide down to be so fast. This overfilled my prognosis of last year. In fact it is absolutely logic Apple to lose value, as it was overvalued in last few years. But Apple has too much cash and too strong market presence to allow so a rapid move down.

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Gold may touch $2150 in a replay of the debt-ceiling crisis

In the summer of 2011 the gold peaked at $1913 per ounce due mainly to US debt ceiling crisis. The maximum price was reached even after the debt-deal was finished. Read more...

Nokia is reviving

Today the shares of Nokia are at $4,55 while in July 2012 they were at $1,55. Close to that catastrophic for the company days, I have made a prognosis that it is in not so bad situation, the fundaments are good and it is just having problems with not so good management and series of corporate mistakes. So today we see that this opinion was right. Nokia is going out of crisis and very soon it will become at least a player with middle influence on the market.

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German Gold returning home...

The rumor of the last few weeks that Germany will withdraw its gold from New York and Paris is already an official news. Bundesbank announced it will bring back home about 674 metric tons of the yellow metal by 2020. This way by the end of the decade about 50% of all German gold reserves will be in Germany. At current moment most of German gold is abroad. It was moved out of country during the Cold War when the country was afraid of a Russian invasion. The overall German gold reserve is 3391 tons, and is second biggest in the world, after the US one.

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Good buy crisis, Hello unrest...

European leaders declared a victory over the debt crisis and now will start thinking of improving the economy. At the same moment on the streets of Athens the "first shot" was fired. Yes, it is real - today an assault rifle fire happened in Athens, and the target was the headquarters of the main ruling party - New Democracy, including the office of the leader (and currently prime-minister) Antonis Samaras. No casualties, police said. The blame of this terrorist act lays on leftish anarchists.

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