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Weekend Reading: Irrationally Exuberant (Again) at Trader’s Narrative




Weekend Reading: Irrationally Exuberant (Again)


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If you haven’t alread, please make a donation to help the victims of the recent Haiti earthquake: Red Cross (US), Red Cross (Canada) or UNICEF. Thank you.

Here is the weekend reading list of economic and market news you may have missed last week. To see it all, go to news.tradersnarrative.com:

  • Fun Facts from 2 Investment Conferences
  • A global fiasco brewing in Japan
  • The Federal Reserve‚Äôs War Against Effective Regulation
  • Get a FREE Subscription to SFO Magazine (US residents only)
  • Funds continue to pull money from stocks
  • Is The VIX Dead? Tweak the Parameters for Better Signals
  • The Most Important Investment Report You’ll Read in 2010
  • SEC order helps maintain AIG bailout mystery til 2018
  • Marc Faber’s 2010 Investment Outlook
  • The Return of Gordon Gekko
  • Record Bank Bonuses Based On Record Bank Fraud

The above is a small sample, for the complete list, follow the graphic link below to news.tradersnarrative.com:

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2 Responses to “Weekend Reading: Irrationally Exuberant (Again)”  

  1. 1 Michael V

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    I am going around to the different blogs and encouraging people to donate either to the Red Cross or the Clinton Bush Haiti Relief Fund. There are many charities out there right now asking for donations, but some may not be putting the money to good use. You should be donating your money to well known names and organizations that have been vetted and approved by an independent agency like the Better Business Bureau.

    I strongly suggest that you donate at least $10 to both funds if not more. In the following link, I have provided articles about the various scams out there and links to the Red Cross and Clinton Bush Haiti Relief Fund.

    If you can do me a favor and “Tweat” this link out to as many people as possible. I appreciate it.

  2. 2 Doctor Stock

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    The Red Cross sure is expansive… they do some great work. So do several other charities… as long as the money gets to those who need it!

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