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  • The Mystery Of Apple’s Crashing Stock Price

    The Mystery Of Apple’s Crashing Stock Price

    Since reaching an all-time high of $705 during trading on September 21, Apple Inc’s stock price fell to  $529 on December 10 before recovering to $539 on December 12. Are Apple’s shares really sliding towards a ‘Death Cross’, as some analysts have claimed, or is there a pragmatic explanation behind the drop in stock price of the world’s most valuable company?

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  • Jim Rogers On The Best Investment Opportunities In The World: Interview

    Jim Rogers On The Best Investment Opportunities In The World Right Now: Interview

    World markets appear to be hovering over a precipice as Europe's sovereign debt crisis, slowdowns in India and China and further bank downgrades threaten to send stocks and commodities down even further. Falling oil and gas prices may offer some respite to consumers but are they enough to help the economy or are they a symptom of deeper problems?

    To help Oilprice.com look at these issues and more, we are joined by the well-known investor, adventurer and author Jim Rogers.

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  • Google Gone Green: Can The Company Be An Advocate For Renewable Energy?

    Google Gone Green: Can Google Be An Advocate For Renewable Energy?

    As a major consumer of energy, Google’s recent efforts to go green are seen as a welcome step by the environmental advocates, who see the Internet giant as an important future player in the renewable energy industry. But can Google really capitalise on its momentum and become an influential figure in energy policy?

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  • Advice for Goldman Sachs Social Media Manager

    Advice for Goldman Sachs Social Media Manager

    How would you like a job in Social Media? You'll get to use Facebook and Twitter every day. Instead of being blocked from the online world’s most popular leisure activity, you’ll be positively encouraged! Get paid to surf, socialize and evangelize. The perfect job for most post generation Y’ers. Position yourself at the forefront of an industry with explosive growth and rapidly solidifying long-term opportunities…

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  • Can Corporations Overcome Asia’s Digital Media Challenge?

    Can Companies Overcome Asia’s Digital Media Challenge?

    The advent of digital and social media has presented new opportunities for corporations in Asia. But in a region that possesses a diverse range in cultures, identities and languages, many companies have been struggling with a holistic approach for their digital strategy, which has ultimately led to corporate disaster.

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  • Capitalism On Strike – Why Corporations Are Hoarding Cash: Mark Spitznagel

    Capitalism On Strike – Why Corporations Are Hoarding Cash: Mark Spitznagel

    Corporations, today, are holding the largest amounts of cash, relative to assets and net worth, ever recorded. The velocity of money (the frequency at which money is spent, or GDP relative to base money) also continues to plunge to historic lows. But why are companies deciding to hoard cash, when more capital investment is needed to stir economic growth?

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  • Into The Belly Of The Beast (Part II – Goldman Sachs & The European Crisis)

    Into The Belly Of The Beast (Part II – Goldman Sachs & The European Crisis)

    In part two of our feature on Goldman Sachs, we look at Goldman’s networks of power in Europe and consider the ways in which Goldman is using the same dangerous financial products, which caused the 2007 crisis, to bet against Europe’s floundering economies whilst governing, or advising those countries. Finally, we ask what can be done to reduce Goldman’s power.

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  • Can The “Wild Beast of Finance” Be Tamed?

    Can The “Wild Beast of Finance” Be Tamed?

    The re-regulation of derivatives has been a subject of enormous debate. After the US government completely deregulated over-the-counter derivatives back in 1999-2000, many critics argued that the complexity and lack of transparency in the market amplified the problems of the 2008 financial crisis. However, proponents say that the flexibility of OTC derivatives provide for financial innovation and user customization. As such, should the “wild beast of finance” be tamed, and more importantly, can it even be tamed in the first place.

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  • Goldman Sachs Is Betting Against The Euro

    The Secret Goldman Sachs Report: Eurozone Collapse And How To Profit From It

    On the 16th of August, Goldman Sachs released a report, State of the Markets – Long and Short Risk Strategies, that is currently making its way around the Internet. Originally intended as a private report for its institutional clients – hedge funds that is – a copy was leaked to the Wall Street Journal who was also the first media outlet to break the news.

    Though the international mainstream media has been largely silent, the Goldman report has been causing quite a stir with the online community.

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