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Peter Hadekel: Ben Bernanke lived to tell the tale

You would think that reliving a near-death experience would not be a very popular thing to do.

But there was an overflow crowd on Wednesday night at the Palais des congrès to hear former Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke speak to the Montreal chapter of Chartered Financial Analysts. 655 more words

Politics

Thursday 20th November-The Horror Continues

Morning sports fans,

Another day in paradise.Well not so much of a paradise for Iron Ore stocks which are getting absolutely belted as Iron Ore looks destined to go beneath $70 and maybe even get to $60…if it got to $60 I think even Gina would be squealing…at the ned of the day with the big three producers pumping out dirt in record quantities and the Chinese economy slowing rapidly it is hardly surprising that it is where it is…I am puzzled why the giants have not started cutting production but they must have a plan!! 1,007 more words

Daily Reports

Doctors Living With Higher Stock Market Volatility

 

Change is afoot in the market, the rally of which lulled many into complacency

By David Gratke

Volatility, on vacation for most of the past few years, is back this fall for physician investors and us all. 788 more words

Portfolio Management

You Know Its Tough When Ben Bernanke Can't Refinance--- Really!

Elizabeth Campbell of Bloomberg News recently reported that while Ben Bernanke was speaking at a conference in Chicago he admitted that he had recently tried to refinance his mortgage but was unsuccessful in doing so.  609 more words

Opinions

Can Dutch Boy Save Holland?

The Little Dutch Boy

The father of the little Dutch boy who saved Holland was a a sluicer, whose business it was to open and close the sluices to regulate the amount of water that flowed into the canals. 969 more words

Economic Crisis

The End of QE

BBC Article

When QE started at the end of 2008, many were the voices warning that the economy of the world was heading into dangerous uncharted territory.

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Economics