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Top-Ranked Large-Cap Growth ETF In Focus

After a frozen Q1, the second half of the year has been pretty great so far for the U.S. stock markets. Unemployment rate in June fell to six-year lows, new home sales data for May sparked optimism while manufacturing and consumer confidence data is ensuring the ascent of the domestic economy,... Read More

Transfer pricing and inversions

Yves smith at Naked Capitalism adds an additional look at the ‘inversion’ process and rationale: Kenneth Thomas has been on this beat at Angry Bear. Here’s a short overview of how inversion deals work earlier this week,,, ,,, David Cay Johnston emailed me that there were errors in Forbes...

There Will Be No Warning When the Next Crisis Hits

Yesterday we wrote about the Cyprus bank “bail-in” noting that while ordinary citizens were screwed, connected insiders had ample time to get their money out of the banks before they were frozen.Today, we note the following: Russian oligarchs who are close to Vladimir Putin have a week to get their cash out ...

Let’s consider the big picture

The Obama administration favors extending unemployment benefits from the normal 26 weeks to an “emergency” level of 73 weeks maximum.  You might wonder if that makes sense right now. After all, some bloggers are claiming that we no longer have a demand shortfall.  Ah, but you aren’t looking at...

Comments on the New Home Sales report

The new home sales report for June - combined with the downward revisions for previous months - was very weak.The Census Bureau reported that new home sales this year, through June, were 225,000, Not seasonally adjusted (NSA). That is down 4.3% from 235,000 during the first half of 2013 (NSA)...

Are Treasurys About to Spike?

It pays to stay diversified among many asset classes, including bonds. Today, I’m seeing signs of U.S. Treasurys strengthening relative to corporate bonds (and probably in absolute terms as well). We can find out which one is likely to outperform the other by looking at a relative strength...

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