Monthly Archives: November 2011

Stress in the banking system

In general over the last few weeks US economic data has been coming in better than expected. Unemployment claims for this week came in at 388K, which is one of the lowest reading this year. Leading indicators today came in … Continue reading

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Is the market betting on the ECB

Over the last few weeks things have gotten worse in the European sovereign debt markets, yields for most Euro zone countries including France which is AAA have gone up. The EFSF which is the bailout fund is itself having trouble … Continue reading

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Starting to manage money

I have decided to venture into managing money and that is one reason blogging has been so sparse last couple of weeks. I have been busy getting registered with the Texas Securities Board as a Registered Investment Advisor. Finally I … Continue reading

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