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All Green Everywhere – Copper, Gold, Silver Set To Be Biggest Winners. Which Small Caps Benefit?

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:09 AM on Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Bond auctions in Italy and Spain went far better than most expected today and the markets are loving the news.  On days like this, it pays to have a graph like the one below that sums up where the greatest action is going in one view.  In this case, Copper, Gold and Silver are set to be big winners:

AGORACOM Clients That Stand To Benefit, In Order of Commodity Gains Above:

        

As always, do your own due diligence!

Regards,
George

Ranking Best Government Bonds By Default Insurance Price

Posted by AGORACOM at 11:34 AM on Friday, November 25th, 2011

This is pretty straight forward but powerful information when it comes to ranking the relative strength of global government bonds.   Click on the chart to be taken to the full article at Bespoke

AGORACOM Small-Cap Wire – China Rich Love Canada, QE3 Has Started, Brilliant Greek Prime Minister

Posted by AGORACOM at 8:07 AM on Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

AGORACOM WIRE – THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd

8:00 AM EST …

CHINA’S RICH LOVE CANADA … Canada Booms As #2 Destination For Emmigrating Chinese Millionaires … And Growing  Full Story

JIM ROGERS SHOWS QE3 HAS ALREADY STARTED … Every Banker Is Rigging The Game Why Not The Fed? Must See Video and Story

WHY GREEK REFERENDUM MOVE IS BRILLIANT … Greek Prime Minister Papandreou Is Now In A No Lose Position Full Story

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RUMOURS GONE WILD … Euro Runs Up and Down On Rumours / Refutes Of Greek PM Resignation, Confidence Votes, You Name It.

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Which Euro Banks Might Go Down? Great Graphic

Posted by AGORACOM at 1:52 PM on Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Read the entire article at ZeroHedge but this is a pretty easy graphic to understand with regards to European banks (top left bad … bottom right good)

OBSERVATIONS:

  • Surprised at Deutsche Bank hugging the line
  • France is F$#%!@
  • Greek banks don’t even register