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his take on the book, The Number, saying before you even think about investing in the stock market you should read this book, and he's very much right. This is one of those times where all the hype around a books is true. And even though the book's popularity might have come ten years after the book was written. "The Number" is very detailed in its analysis of how companies feel like it's within their right to fill their pockets while emptying the pockets of its shareholders. The books goes into
coordinated central banking rate cut, isn't going to solve the world's problems. Coach Johnson took profits and sold the news. He tweeted so this morning while perhaps catching some fish it seems like based off these tweets. This is the good life. Catching fish on down in sunny Florida and selling stocks for a profit.
I'm wondering if Muddy Waters is going to come out with a research report about this Chinese tourist attraction cave that's listed on the stock market. I'm guessing it might just be too easy for them though and they'll pass. This cave of course is easily muddied with a bit of rain or even, God forbid, a flood let's say. The cave is sort of like a mini Disneyland underground, with multicolored lights and an "exciting" luge ride". I think they even hand out free candy. The Chinese cave is known as the "Underground Grand Canyon". I'm going to
How did you come to buy this villa? I was riding a motorcycle through the Alps [in June 2001], and my bike broke down. I knocked on this door, and they were nice enough to help out. The Heinz family owned it and offered to sell it to me. I said, “You think I have more money than I have.” [laughs] I bought it as an investment. I never liked the stock market-—to me it’s Vegas without any of the fun parts, the girls in
Google's Eric Schmidt, speaking at the D9 conference, apparently told a CNBC reporter that Google had created technology to predict the stock market. Of course this was a joke, but maybe not clear right off the bat to the CNBC reporter, at least that's what Henry Blodget tweeted below: @hblodget Henry Blodget CNBC reporter believed Eric Schmidt when he said Google had invented tech that predicts stock market. (Schmidt clarified: That was
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