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New rulemakings by the SEC have expanded the various mechanisms for private companies to raise capital, such as the 506(c) “general solicitation” offering, or what’s known as a “Reg A+” offering.    Both of these new rules take advantage of today’s technology, which permits interactions between securities issuers and potential…
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Disputes over GDP go on and on and on. MarketWatch reports that by another measure, the US economy was ho-hum in second quarter:   There are two ways to compute how well the economy is doing. One is to tally all the goods and services produced during a given time period…
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This is going to be an unusual Outside the Box. I’ve been part of the political process, both as a practitioner and an observer, for some 40 years. I cast my first vote in the presidential election for George McGovern but by the 1980s had made a hard right turn.…
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Dodd-Frank includes whistleblower protection rules, which are meant to protect employees who report wrongdoings in their corporations. Corporate America has tried to block these rules by lobbying the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to limit whistleblower protection and therefore limit its effectiveness. The cornerstone of the legislation is to prohibit employers' retaliation…
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In the wake of the world's largest ever renege on campaign promises in the shortest period of time, Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras' Syriza party splintered. Tsipras lost his ruling coalition and would likely have not survived a vote of confidence. Instead, and as widely expected, Alexis Tsipras is to 'Step…
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How much will Wall Street be occupied in 2016? According to a recent article in Research Magazine, not so much: “This time around, voters consider the economy and Wall Street to be less important – and the issue fades a bit more with every month of job growth.” It’s not that…
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The Retail Sales Upward Revisions will likely add a couple ticks to second quarter GDP, but overall growth still remains very weak.  GDP as Reported: 1st Quarter: +0.6% 2nd Quarter: +2.3% The retail sales revisions may add another 0.2% or so to the second quarter, assuming there are no other changes. That's…
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No Bids on Bank Shares Greek bank shares were down the 30% limit again Wednesday, with some bank stocks not fetching any bids at all. The Plunge in Bank Shares Drag Down Broader Market:   Greek bank shares sold off sharply for the third day in a row on Wednesday with buyers…
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Shame is a powerful motivator. Especially in this business. When I was an ETF trader, if a client came in to trade a few hundred thousand shares of an ETF and the price moved abruptly against him right after the trade was consummated, the client would request a price improvement.…
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Recently, high-ranking officials at FIFA, the world’s governing soccer (aka “football”) body, were charged with corruption and fraud. The US’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is deeply involved in the case. Doug Casey weighs in on the real scandal… the one you’re not reading in mass media. The truth be…
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Americans are getting a great object lesson these days about the problems caused by bombastic and flamboyant figures championing reasonable positions. Their inevitable rhetorical excesses and personal quirks completely overshadow substance.  In the process, they slam minds shut across the political spectrum while worsening polarization even on already emotion-laden issues.…
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The fight in Washington over resurrecting the Export-Import Bank has gotten so heated that it’s responsible for Texas Republican Senator (and presidential candidate) Ted Cruz calling his Kentucky colleague (and Senate leader) Mitch McConnell a liar, and has the nation’s major business groups lobbying furiously for reauthorization. For the life of me, I…
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