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  1. I Love the 80′s: 1982 Low vs 2009 Low

    by , 07-08-2014 at 03:00 AM
    I Love the 80′s: 1982 Low vs 2009 Low

    “I Love the '80s” was a BBC television miniseries that examined the world through the lens of 1980s pop culture. (VH1’s riff on the show can be found here).
    I bring up the '80s because of a wonderful chart from Ron Griess who runs The Chart Store.

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    The chart compares today's Standard & Poor's 500 Index (from its recent low in March 2009) with the same index from the early ...
  2. Weekly Trading Forecast: Buying the Oversold Dollar

    by , 07-07-2014 at 02:37 AM
    US Dollar Fails to Break Despite Stellar NFPs. Where are the Trades?
    The Dollar tumbled to fresh yearly lows through the past week, but a late week reversal actually left the Dollar Index higher on the week. Is this the start of a more significant Dollar reversal?

    Exogenous Threat to Euro Exists as ECB Policy Diverges from BoE, Fed

    The ECB’s ‘lower for longer’ stance is prohibitive for the Euro because the British Pound and the US Dollar are being bombarded with strong economic ...
  3. Microsoft seeks Office for Android testers as it readies tablet version

    by , 07-06-2014 at 03:18 PM
    Touch-friendly Office Android apps coming before Windows version

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    Microsoft may have released a basic Office app for Android phones almost a year ago, but the company is now building a suite designed specifically for Android tablets. The upcoming release, expected later this year, will join Microsoft’s Office for iPad version as the second major tablet-focused push for the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell ...
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  4. A Limited Central Bank

    by , 07-06-2014 at 09:59 AM
    A Limited Central Bank

    As the Fed begins its 100th anniversary year, I believe it is entirely appropriate to reflect on its history and its future. At the same time, we need to reflect on what I believe is the Federal Reserve’s essential role and how it might be improved as an institution to better fulfill that role.1

    Douglass C. North was cowinner of the 1993 Nobel Prize in Economics for his work on the role that institutions play in economic growth.2 North argued that ...
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  5. Survival Tips for Low Volatility Market Conditions

    by , 07-06-2014 at 04:23 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by matfx View Post
    Low Volatility Market Condtion

    Every so often, conditions will manifest in the Forex markets producing a trading environment that will put serious strain on your trading strategy. We’re talking about market conditions so boring, it’s about as fun as watching the grass grow. Daily trading ranges shrink down, the charts flatten out, and indecision causes brutal price churning. You probably guessed it, I am talking about low volatility markets!

    Any kind of low volatility environment
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