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Fed Chair Ben Bernanke much awaited speech via Jackson Hole has all in 'wait mode'. If Ben doesn't deliver surely the financials will suffer, and more so those financials that have fingers in Europe crisis mess. Here is a swing trade to consider.
Goldman Sach travelled to $105 of weak volume, and now its waiting for direction. GS could follow the seasonal bearish September south if Ben speech has in it. A bearish option spread seems the best play.
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The Dollar, Weak Earnings Indicate A Top is Near for the S&P 500
ORA, CLNO, NRGY, GS Stock Market Report from PennyGovernance.com
China is Interested in Biofuels - Why Not the West?
China, arguably the world’s most influential and dynamic economy, is beginning to eye renewable as a partial solution to its voracious and growing energy needs. If Beijing determines that biofuels represent the future, expect to see the current modest western investment field to change dramatically.
Biofuels are the future – Yet where is the Investment?
Warren Buffett held a press conference on Saturday in Omaha, Neb. He answered questions about the trading scandal with David Sokol and Lubrizol. The public has been really focused on this story.
No surprise, really. David Sokol was on the short list of people who could take over for Buffett when he retires.
But there was another announcement that might be more important to investors.
Can You Succeed Investing like Buffet Now? Or Riding His Waves?
The Warren Buffet you see now is the end product of meticulous years of hard work, the right connections, tons of failures and learning experience, and working with what he had at each stage of his life and success. He didn't start out as a billionaire and at that time, if he had tried to make money as if he had billions of dollars, he probably wouldn't have succeeded.