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Month: November 2009

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How Can I Make This Blog Better For You?

I took a long look at this blog and decided it’s time for change. I’m too bearish, or I’ve started talking too much about absurdly ...

UTI First on Mutual Fund Platform

From the Hindu: Around 30 of the 100 schemes of UTI Mutual Fund will be listed on the new NSE Mutual Fund platform, which is set for a Monday launch. ...

Dubai Again, A WTF Remittance Scare

Bloomberg: India Studying Impact of Dubai’s Debt Delay Plan: India, the world’s top recipient of migrant remittances, is examining the effect Dubai’s ...

Dubai World Seeks To Delay Debt Payment, The World Shivers

Picture this: Dubai World, an entity owned by the Dubai government, has borrowed about $60 billion. It’s not in great shape, so it asks its lenders for a ...

Where are the taxes?

John Mauldin asks: If this is recovery, where are the taxes? I can find no single source of recent sales tax information. It is all one-off, but it is ...

Off Topic: Global Warming Emails Reveal Potential Fraud

The Global Warming debate has just gotten more intense. Recently, a major GW advocacy center, the University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit was ...

Linkfest: Outrage, China, Mutual funds off Trading Terminals

Links for reading: Main Street tells Wall Street, “Get A Real Job” (Bloomberg) In the 14 years I’ve written columns for Bloomberg News, I’ve ...

Startup Mode Once Again, Yay!

At the ripe age of 35, I have decided it’s time to go into startup mode again; so the corporate slavery will end on November 30 – I hope – ...

Remembering the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Twenty years ago, the Berlin wall fell. Thirty five years ago, I was born. Not that there’s any connection. A post I’d made in a different blog is ...

Buffet: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing

Barry Ritholtz is really pissed off. Due to an unexpected outbreak of rationality (and perhaps embarrassment), the Treasury department has rejected requests of ...