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Daily Digest 5/14 - How to Fish the Markets, American Energy Boom Is Overrated

Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 1:05 PM
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  • The Central Banks' Gold: a Story of Silent Expropriation
  • Air NZ forced to review Japan flights
  • Huge attack on WordPress sites could spawn never-before-seen super botnet
  • Teaching You How to Fish the Markets
  • Exporting U.S. Natural Gas: Yes or No?
  • Canada’s banks could be on the hook to bail out CMHC if disaster strikes
  • David Rosenberg: Why cash is your least safe bet
  • Families edging out private equity in consumer deals
  • Dhaka Rana Plaza collapse: Pressure tells on retailers and government
  • Antibiotic-resistant superbugs afflict one in 12 patients daily in hospitals across Canada: survey
  • 12 reasons the American energy boom is overrated
  • Carbon Dioxide at NOAA's Mauna Loa Observatory Reaches New Milestone: Tops 400 Parts Per Million
  • Rainforest plays critical role in hydropower generation

Four More Years

Predicting a global recession in 2013
Thursday, November 8, 2012, 11:51 AM

Obama has been re-elected. Given the hyperbole and highly emotional rhetoric of the election, it is hard to imagine that the U.S. is anything but slightly more divided than before, with the gaps and divisions widening more and more as time goes on.

The real tragedy in this story is that virtually none of the really big and important issues were even touched in this election cycle. One party pointed to how much they managed to increase military spending while the other promised to exceed even that. One side said they'd promote even faster drilling and extraction of our dwindling energy reserves and the other promised they could do it even faster. Both said they wanted more growth and more jobs and more, more, more. » Read more