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In The News – Wednesday, September 24th Edition
Posted Sep 24 2014 7:00AM
  • Not sure I really needed to know this macabre information. I believe Fava beans with a nice Chianti are the preferred accompaniments.

  • I’ve used the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s weekly commitments of traders report to make some pretty good calls in the past. An analyst who correctly called the big move in Natural Gas from August 2013 through February 2014 believes the stage is set again. This report has helped me make some very good calls on Crude Oil and Gold over the years. Here’s the page.

  • Can’t understand why VietJet doesn’t show up on my TripAdvisor searches. My wife couldn’t understand why I was willing to give up my Delta Skymiles.

  • Got a precocious child you want to get started on the path to riches? Try this. Teach him/her to code.

  • Terrorism suspect shot in Australia after stabbing two officers. The Islamic Council of Victoria said the incident highlighted the need for the government to “deal with the root causes of alienation and disaffection of people such as this.” Let’s pause for just a moment while we sing Kumbaya here. Give me a break. It highlights the need to monitor closely the Madrassas and Iman’s that are alienating and perverting these young men and it highlights the need for good marksmanship.

  • I seem to quote Dennis Gartman a lot. Sometimes I make a little fun of his vacillations from buy to sell and back again on an hourly basis, but sometimes I see absolutely eye to eye with him. He’s very quotable and a great subject. He calls owning Gold in U.S. Dollar terms a “treacherous, boring, hasty trade that just keeps losing money for anybody who buys it.” Hear! Hear!