Showing posts from November, 2011

Marketwatch | Gold: Price Estimate Likely Going Higher:

Newsletters & Research NOVEMBER 30, 2011 Gold likely going higher Investment Newsletter Insights By MarketWatch Sentiment conditions continue to support higher gold prices, says Mark Hulbert. According to his contrarian analysis, gold is building a strong foundation for a fresh assault on metal's recent all-time high above $1,900 an ounce. Last week's blistering market action set three market letters tracked by Peter Brimelow to grousing. This week's heady gains might bring sweet relief but one usually bullish letter is now heavily in cash. It might have been a little too early to pull in those horns. To subscribe to Investment Newsletter Insights, click here Gold likely to be higher at year's end One month ago, Mark Hulbert reported the gold-market bullishness had dropped to its lowest level in two-and-a-half years. With gold only modestly higher since then, he takes a fresh look at the sentiment picture. Mar

Smartcompany News and Analysis: Employers warned to watch Xmas party social media chatter, Packer’s Jurlique windfall, Why you should pay attention to Bing, Qld resort closes

Today on SmartCompany we extract five lessons from Australian cosmetics success story Jurlique, which was sold overnight for $335 million, delivering investor James Packer a handsome profit. We also explain why employers need to carefully watch Christmas party social media mentions, examine the closure of Lindeman Island and ask whether women are becoming trapped in “pink gehettos” in the workplace. Plus James Thomson explains in Entrepreneur Watch why there might be some pent-up demand in our economy. For all this and more, head to our home page . News James Packer profits as cosmetics firm Jurlique sold for $335 million: Five lessons from a South Australian success story Watch Christmas party tweets and posts or risk legal problems, employers warned Club Med shuts Lindeman Island resort as Whitsundays tourism hit again Women urged to get out of “pink ghettos” to boost board numbers Shares rally over 2.5% after central banks pledge to boost banking

Financial and Forex Info News | The australian IT: ISPs refusing to sign contract:

ISPs refusing to sign contract Mitchell Bingemann SOME of the nation's largest internet providers are refusing to sign formal contracts with NBN Co.   Westpac appoints Whincup CIO Fran Foo CLIVE Whincup has been promoted to chief information officer at Westpac Banking Corporation.   Customs eyes online shoppers Karen Dearne CUSTOMS will pay more attention to air express cargo deliveries, with e-shopping sparking a 300 per cent increase in imported goods .   Guild prescribes fixes for PCEHR Karen Dearne THE Pharmacy Guild will not support the personally controlled e-health records rollout unless operating system concerns are addressed.   Google Seoul office raided THE Korean Fair Trade Commission (FTC) raided the Seoul office of Google, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said.   UK minister's PC possibly hacked AN ex-government minister says detectives were investigating whether his computers