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5 Solid Industrial Earnings Treated Like Dirt This Earnings Season

Investors and analysts always have a game that gets played during earnings season. Traditional investors might just assume that how a company’s stock will act is how a company did versus a year ago or compared to a quarter earlier. 1,857 more words

Industrials

The Team Leader role

With the business workbooks now submitted, recommendation presentations taking place on Monday/Tuesday and our MPR (mid-programme review) next week, time is flying by!

For those of you wondering what I’ve actually been doing, here’s a 5-point summary job description for the Team Leader role: 252 more words

Volunteer

Is Evolution Pseudoscience?

An interesting discussion on evolution being pseudoscience.

Science

Chennai Mathematical Institute Faculty Interview

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http://coffeewithsundar.com/coffee-with-s-p-suresh-faculty-from-cmi/

Its my pleasure to welcome S P Suresh for an interview on Coffee With Experts. S P Suresh is a Theoretical Computer Science(TCS) faculty in Chennai Mathematical Institute. 1,190 more words

Research

Actuaries - many ears here to listen!

I am glad that I had a go at the actuarial experts arguing in the FT.  It didn’t change the way  people behaved yesterday – (although several hundred people appear to have spent time reading it) – but  it solicited comments from some of the FT signatories – and some from people not on the list who are supposed to be on holiday! 1,265 more words

Pensions

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Apple, Match, McDonald's Netflix, Synacor, IAC, Check Point, Stratasys and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Tuesday, but this follows big gains on Monday. With this bull market more than eight years old, investors have shown for more than the past five years that they will buy all market pullbacks. 769 more words

Investing

Turning Home into School by Margaret Coombs

The Lutterworth Press is pleased to bring you another delightful blog post from Margaret A. Coombs, the esteemed author of Charlotte Mason: Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence. 309 more words

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