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QE3(4) on horizon, Gold back in profit game

The publication of FED's minutes has made the markets to rush up. It is some surprising why this happened, as there has always been clear that QE3 will happen. I.e. the markets had to be prepared for every new information on it and not be surprised and ultra motivated.

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A cap on mad financial experiments is needed, not an yields-cap...

Imagine you have some money to invest. You see the inflation is 2%, the risk insurance is 3% and your profit expectation is 3%. This means an expected income of your investment of 8%. You find such an asset (for instance Spanish or Italian government bonds) and put your money in. One day somehow the income of your bonds falls to 4%. The reason doesn't matter. It just falls to 4%. The inflation is still 2% and the risk on that bonds is the same. This means your investment needs 5% income just to be neutral - no profit, no loss. I.e. you are losing money with your bonds at 4% income from them...

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Facebook crashed to 50% loss... but still is a great project...

Facebook shares touched a 50% down level. The moment of truth was at 15:56 ET on Friday when the price fell to $19,00 per share. 4 minutes later the market closed at $19,05. As we remember the starting price of IPO was $38, and for some hours after that it even touched $45. But after that the trend was constantly bearish, to reach on Friday the milestone of $19 that means 50% loss since the IPO, and even more, compared with the historically record price.

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What does the "currency war" mean?

A reverse in the behavior of Central banks of developing economies was reported by International Monetary Fund. Few months ago the central banks of countries like China, Colombia and Chile were selling dollars in an attempt to support their own currency and avoid devaluation. Now they are doing exactly the opposite - selling own currency in an attempt to keep it low and have an export advantage.

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Paul Ryan for VP: The first victory of Ron Paul's campaign

The selection of Paul Ryan as vice-presidential candidate of Mitt Romney marks the biggest victory of Ron Paul in campaign. And in fact in all his campaigns up to now. Paul Ryan is the most conservative in economy candidate that is possible if we don't count d-r Paul himself. It is obvious that this move is addressing exactly the Paul's supporters and is an attempt to unify the divided Republican Party.

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