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  • IS HALLIBURTON A BUY?

    posted to Accrued Interest on Mon 29th Jul 13

    Halliburton (HAL) has had a rocky time in the public relations department ever since the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill but that doesnt seem to have rankled investors too much even with the latest revelation that the company destroyed evidence related to the

  • IS HALLIBURTON A BUY?

    posted to Accrued Interest on Mon 29th Jul 13

    Halliburton (HAL) has had a rocky time in the public relations department ever since the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill but that doesnt seem to have rankled investors too much even with the latest revelation that the company destroyed evidence related to the

  • Is it Time to Sell Blackberry?

    posted to Accrued Interest on Tue 2nd Jul 13

    Investors and consumers alike have been speculating about the health of Blackberry (BBRY) for quite some time now, and for good reason.  With the latest earnings information it might be time for you to reevaluate your positions in Blackberry.  An

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  • 2009 Forecast Episode II: Deflation Strikes Back

    posted to Accrued Interest on Fri 9th Jan 09

    This is Part II of a indeterminate series on the Accrued Interest 2009 Forecast. Here I'll focus on general interest rates and Treasury Bonds.The question on many lips is are Treasury bonds a bubble? I've already said that fighting deflation will be the major

  • What the hell is going on with munis?

    posted to Accrued Interest on Tue 4th Mar 08

    To understand what's happening in munis, and why its got so many people worried, you first have to understand how it used to work. You know, way back in early 2007.When a municipality wanted to do a bond issue, they would hire an investment bank, who would

  • How Safe are the GSE's?

    posted to Accrued Interest on Mon 19th May 08

    Freddie Mac's earnings release from last week created quite a buzz. It was initially viewed as an unmitigated positive, but upon further review, we all realized Freddie's accounting is too opaque to draw any reasonable conclusions.I do feel that there have

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  • Links 10/10/09

    posted to naked capitalism on Sat 10th Oct 09

    Any Data You Give Google Can And Will Be Used Against You Clusterstock. I stand by my prejudice against G-Mail, although I am told the only way to have any hope of real privacy (aside from using complicated coded messages in chat rooms) is to use a separate

  • Links 7/18/09

    posted to naked capitalism on Sat 18th Jul 09

    Oldest WWI veteran dies aged 113 BBCArtistic tendencies linked to 'schizophrenia gene' New Scientist. Um, this is news?Low-wage capitalism : colossus with feet of clay what the new globalized, high-tech imperialism means for the class struggle in the U.S. Fred

  • So the bet should be not on deflation outright, but on the fallout from attempts to fight it.

    posted to Libertarian Democrat Point Of View on Mon 15th Jun 09

    TO BE NOTED: From Accrued Interest:"Fed: Deflation? Over my dead body.Many Accrued Interest readers will gafaw at the memory of John Ryding, economist at Bear Stearns from 1991 until the bitter end in 2008. Intelligent man, I'm sure, but also something of the