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Jan 10, 2010

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2 .- FGC  FOREX  IS BEHIND CONTRATOS FOREX.INFO  A CLEAN, HONEST AND TRANSPARENT WEBSITE THAT  "DOES NOT PROMOTE"  THE TOOLBAR CONTRATOS FOREX INFO AND AT THE SAME TIME  "PREVENTS"  TRADERS FROM AND ITS USAGE IN THE FOREX MARKETS AS  A TRUSTFUL TOOLBAR IN ACCORDANCE WITH McAfee.


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Gata Dispatches

On King World News, Ted Butler says silver futures market data is bullish

4:55p ET Saturday, January 9, 2010
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
Interviewed Friday by Eric King of King World News, silver market analyst Ted Butler said the latest silver futures market position data has turned bullish. Butler also reported that the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission will meet next Thursday, January 14, to discuss position limits in the energy markets. It will be very strange, Butler remarked, if the CFTC enacts position limits in energy trading but not in the precious metals. You can listen to Butler's interview at the King World News Internet site here:
http://www.kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/Broadcast_Gold+/Entries/2010/...
The CFTC's announcement of its meeting on energy market position limits can be found here:
http://www.cftc.gov/newsroom/generalpressreleases/2010/pr5771-10.html
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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ForbEs. com: WEEKEND BONUS

  
Dear Fellow Investor,
For those of us who own stocks, we are all certainly happy that 2009 ended much better than it began. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 18.8% last year, the S&P 500 Index was up 23.5% higher, but the hands-down winner among the major indices was the Nasdaq Composite, loaded with technology stocks, soaring some 43.9% in 2009.
It’s a great time to be an investor in technology, with new smart phones coming to market, faster chips getting pressed in foundries, and security systems multiplying nearly as fast as threats to cyber security. With a little help from the economy, technology could repeat as an investing hot spot in 2010.
This weekend, we would like to introduce you to six individual stock selections from the editors of a handful of Forbes’ top-performing investment newsletters in “Gurus’ Best Ideas For 2010: Tech.” Take some time to check out these stocks and see if you think any or all would be a good fit for you in your portfolio.
Also this weekend, we want to share with you “What Should Investors Do Now? The New Rules of Investing,” the latest special report from Ken Kam, founder of Marketocracy.com. Ken gives you a fundamental framework for being able to gauge the risk of being in stocks, and also which sectors you should under- and over-weight in your allocations. The goal is to keep you from falling into the same abyss again that so many investors fell victim to in 2008 and early 2009.
We wish you the best of personal and professional success in 2010.
Yours for successful investing,

 

Charles Morgan
Associate Publisher
Forbes Newsletter Group
Click here for "What Should Investors Do Now? The New Rules of Investing"

Money Morning: The Week's Top Stories 1/4 - 1/8




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January 10, 2010
A Note to Bernanke: Sorry Ben, More Bureaucracy Isn't the Answer

By Martin Hutchinson, Contributing Editor, Money Morning

U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's latest thesis is that the home mortgage bubble had little to do with record low interest rates, and was actually much more a problem of regulation.


It sounds plausible - until you give it some real thought. After all, I believe that humanity has already tried a system with tight, vigorously enforced regulations, and no price mechanism.

It was called the Soviet Union....

Read the Full Story Here


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With His Rebuke of Kraft, Buffett Reminds Wall Street That Shareholders Come First
By Martin Hutchinson, Contributing Editor, Money Morning

A decade ago, investing guru Warren Buffett helped torpedo a $15.3 billion Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) bid for Quaker Oats Cos., arguing that the terms were lousy and the proposed price way too high.

Now Buffet is causing similar complications with a Kraft Foods Inc. (NYSE: KFT) plan to buy Britain's Cadbury PLC (NYSE ADR: CBY), announcing that he's wholly opposed to a plan to issue as many as 370 million Kraft shares to get the deal done. As Kraft's largest shareholder - Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A, BRK.B) owns 9.4% of Kraft's common stock - his opinion is likely to carry the day.

Wall Street is furious: Deal fees are not as easy to come by as they used to be, and this transaction promised to be especially juicy - thanks to the spin-offs and share issues Kraft is doing to get the buyout done. Some of those maneuvers won't now be necessary, and if the transaction does get done it will be finalized at a lower price.

From the outset it was clear to me that the Kraft/Cadbury deal represented "managerial capitalism" more than it did shareholder capitalism. And in that battle, I know which side I am on.
I'm with Warren.
Read the Full Story Here


The Seven Themes That Will Lead to Maximum Profits in 2010

By Shah Gilani, Contributing Editor, Money Morning

If the crippling financial events of 2008 and 2009 proved one thing, it's that investors need to rethink the entire philosophy of "portfolio management."

Today, the best-performing managers around the world manage their portfolios based on broad-and-potent market themes. And with good reason.
It's much easier to follow macro trends based on broad-based themes than it is to cobble together a bunch of different stocks into a portfolio and call it diversified. Theme-based investing is also much more profitable. And it allows you to better manage your risks.
In short, theme-based investing lets you have your cake and eat it, too.

 
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MarketWatch Weekly Roundup: The week's top videos January 09, 2010


MarketWatch

Weekly Roundup
JANUARY 09, 2010

The week's top videos

By MarketWatch


In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of Jan. 4-8:

Companies tap improv to teach workers new skills

Chicago's Second City is known as a training ground for comedic actors, but it also offers improv classes to Corporate America. Lesson No. 1: Learning how to listen, a necessary skill in improvisation -- and business. MarketWatch's Amy Hoak reports.
 Watch Video Report.


Worth it? Top 10 gadgets of 2009

Lauren Goode takes a look at the top 10 gadgets reviewed by the Worth It? team in 2009.
 Watch Video Report.


World's tallest building opens in Dubai

The world's tallest building -- the Burj Dubai -- opened to great fanfare on Monday. The structure's actual height is a closely guarded secret but it's estimated at over 800 meters, nearly twice the height of the World Trade Center towers.
 Watch Video Report.


Apple's tablet, as imagined by book publishers

This video created by Coursesmart, a joint venture of five textbook publishers, shows how students might use tablet-based textbooks. It is based on their own renderings, not specific applications being developed with Apple.
 Watch Video Report.


Google's Nexus One heats up phone space

Google's Nexus One is the first Android phone that may make Apple nervous because it does a few things better than the iPhone, Walt Mossberg says. Additionally, the phone will be sold untethered to specific carriers.
 Watch Video Report.


What Dodd's retirement means

Naftali Bendavid analyzes reasons that may have led to Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd's impending retirement.
 Watch Video Report.


Sell-off at famed Tavern on the Green

The entire contents of the Central Park landmark are being put on the auction block. Dionne Searcey reports on Tavern on the Green's going-out-of -business sale.
 Watch Video Report.


A night on the town at CES

Kara Swisher heads out for a night on the town at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, in search of geeks and gadgets.
 Watch Video Report.


Hands-on look at Panasonic's 3-D TV

Panasonic shows off its new 3-D TV and Blu-Ray technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
 Watch Video Report.


Ford unveils MyFord Touch's LCD dashboard

Ford demonstrates its new MyFord Touch interior touchscreen and LCD dashboard display at a keynote address at the Consumer Electronics show.
 Watch Video Report.


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