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"If I had a ticket to Heaven, and you didn't have one, I'd give it away and go to hell with you," said president Ronald Reagan to retiring House Majority leader Tip O'Neal.
There was probably no more broken promise in the investment world over the last several years than that energy master limited partnerships (MLP's) would hold up even if the price of oil fell. These guys were toll takers, it was said, and profited from the volume of crude pumped through their pipelines. The price of
I was somewhat taken aback when I picked up my new Tesla Model S-1 a few weeks ago. Right now, with only 20 miles on the odometer, the car is stupid, said the salesman. But it has an artificial intelligence program that will start learning as soon as you drive it off the lot. He
"I manage one million people, and managing people is like managing animals, and I don't like managing one million animals," said Terry Gou, CEO of Chinese manufacturer, Foxconn, where employee suicides have been rife.
If you like gold, you absolutely have to love silver. That's because it has a much higher beta than its yellow cousin, which are often found together in mountainous seams. With smoke still rising from the ruins of the recent silver crash, I remember a lunch I had with my old dear and late friend,
"What is currently happening is that we have a lot of noise around what is uneconomic. When the economic stuff starts happening, like tax cuts, that will feed into real things, like cash flow and earnings," said Bill Miller, chairman of LMM Investments.
I have been in the money management business for 35 years and really enjoy your service. I just want to say that the way you handled the start of the year which was a combination of exploiting opportunities from an oversold market combined with your overall risk mitigation strategies was not only brilliant but profitable
"Since 9-11, the government knows a lot more about you than you know about them, and the government likes that. But that's not what the American people want," said California Republican Congressman, Daryl Issa.
Corporate earnings are up big! Great! Buy! No wait! The economy is going down the toilet! Sell! Buy! Sell! Buy! Sell! Help! Anyone would be forgiven for thinking that the stock market has become bipolar. According to the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis, the answer is that corporate profits account for only a small