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Oct 28, 2009

The Economist.com

Foreign direct investment

Overtaking

Oct 28th 2009
From Economist.com

Emerging economies get more foreign direct investment than developed ones


FOREIGN direct investment inflows will barely reach $1 trillion in 2009, a decline of more than half since 2007, predicts the Economist Intelligence Unit, a sister company to The Economist. And for the first time emerging economies will attract more than half of the global total. Flows to poorer economies, especially Asian ones, are proving more resilient than flows to rich economies which are suffering the worst recession in several decades.
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Recession Over? Not with 21 % unemployment

There is articcle written by  Ilece Glink , starting as follows:
How bad is the economy? Despite what you see going on with the stock market, and the continuing talk about profits and green shoots, it’s pretty bad.
The undersigned commented this article under the name Fernando56
On CBS MoneyWatch. Stating the following::

"All depends who manage the statistics and which method am I using to refuse what the reality tells me. It is like, state that the discount rate is a leader and not a follower of market interest rates. The reason is that under no interference from monetary authorities, The Federal Reserve System should seek to discouraging banks from using the discount window, by setting the discount rate at level in line or a little bit higher than the alternative of treasury bill and Federal funds rates (See: The Stock Market Logic, Norman Fosback, page16).

The point still based upon the credibility of those who direct the surveys, the way they are done , the methodology used and finally if the outcome released correspond to the investigation real outcome. With this high volatility in the markets, I honestly  doubt that the recovery is underway."

 Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA -  FGC FINANCIAL  MARKETS



Is this the Top in Gold?

That is the question on many traders’ minds as gold fell from a high around $1,070 to the lows seen earlier today.

In this new video that was shot at noon on Tuesday 10/27, Adam Hewison goes into detail on what he thinks is going to happen to this market.

Adam Hewison, using different technical tools, shows us that the pull back we are watching now in the price of is not the end of the rally we have senn in the Gold Market; rathe the pull back is a profit opportunionity.



 ¡DO NOT MISS IT AND VIEW IT ASAP!




Fernando Guzmán Cavero
FGC BOLSA -FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS