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文章时间: 2010-3-20 周六, 上午9:25    标题: 2010 The Big Picture:ZeroHedge's Daily Frontrunning 引用回复

Zero Hedge, another favorite site


In our continuing series on finance web site and blogs that I frequent, I present Zero Hedge. ZH is a group blog of financial industry mavens who post under pseudonyms. The range of opinions and world views can be very broad indeed. And, some of the posts can be pretty technical. Nonetheless, if you want an alternate view of Wall Street and the financial universe, Zero Hedge, is worth reading.

Zero Hedge has a nice daily feature called: Frontrunning. This section includes lots of links to interesting stories of the day. 我觉得有必要专列一个条目,逐日收辑集中,以方便追踪检索。

Here is an excerpt from ZH’s manifesto that spells out the purpose of the site:

Our mission:

* to widen the scope of financial, economic and political information available to the professional investing public.
* to skeptically examine and, where necessary, attack the flaccid institution that financial journalism has become.
* to liberate oppressed knowledge.
* to provide analysis uninhibited by political constraint.
* to facilitate information’s unending quest for freedom.

Our method: pseudonymous speech…

anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority. it thus exemplifies the purpose behind the bill of rights, and of the first amendment in particular: to protect unpopular individuals from retaliation– and their ideas from suppression– at the hand of an intolerant society.

…responsibly used…

Check it out.

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文章时间: 2010-3-20 周六, 上午9:28    标题: 引用回复

Frontrunning: March 3
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/03/2010 09:02 -0500

* Greece
* Gross Domestic Product
* Reuters
* Sovereign CDS
* Ukraine



* China's hidden debt to reach 96% of GDP, compared to the IMF's estimate of 22% (Bloomberg)
* Here come the idiots - Banks summoned to EU to discuss sovereign CDS market (Bloomberg)
* Upwardly biased ADP continues longstanding tradition of prior downward revisions (Bloomberg)
* US said to tell hedge funds to save euro records (Bloomberg, first reported on Zero Hedge)
* SEC supervisor surfed tranny porn to cope with stress [and self-loathing from working for an incompetent bureaucracy] (Dealbreaker, h/t plastic man)
* Europe's original sin (WSJ)
* Rumors of Ukraine's default to become certainty: Tymoshenko loses Ukraine vote, moves into opposition (Bloomberg)
* And so the Fed and Goldman HoldCo win again: Consumer agency within Fed seen as victory for the banking industry (Bloomberg)
* Betting on the blind side (Vanity Fair, h/t Tim)
* How high could the US tax rate go? (Time)
* Greece: from hard money to fool's gold (Merk Funds)
* Even the dead cats aren't bouncing (Financial Armageddon)
* US dollar best in a bad neighborhood (Reuters)
* Morgan Stanley's secret Japanese weapon (Deal Journal)


http://www.zerohedge.com/article/frontrunning-march-3-0

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Frontrunning: March 4
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/04/2010 08:54 -0500

* Bank of England
* BOE
* European Central Bank
* Greece
* Reuters
* Vigilantes



* There is no bubble: China punishes 7 banks for loans misused on stocks (Reuters)
* Oh look - consequences: Greek demonstrators took over the Finance Ministry building in central Athens and blocked streets in the city center (Bloomberg)
* Economist - Now comes the pain (Greece)
* Even as ECB says Greece will need further measures: What next - mandatory selling of citizens' kidneys for debt reduction (Reuters)
* Traders seek out next Greece in an ailing Europe (NYT)
* Even as German MPs demonstrate a rare sense of humor - "Greece could sell islands to cut debt" (Reuters)
* Greece offers extra interest on new 10-year bond sale (Bloomberg)
* ECB keeps rates at 1%, weighs PIIGS (Bloomberg, WSJ)
* BOE Holds Bond Purchase Program at 200 Billion Pounds (Bloomberg)
* Inflation hawks should stand down (WSJ)
* Productivity in US climbed 6.9% in fourth quarter as costs fell (Bloomberg)
* Goldman leads slumping M&A market as Buffett deal boosts hopes (Bloomberg)
* ‘Volcker Rule’ Draft Signals Obama Wants to Ease Market Impact (Bloomberg)
* Pento:Is the dollar really safer than the euro (IBTimes)
* Swap vigilantes take heat for euro shortcomings (Bloomberg)


http://www.zerohedge.com/article/frontrunning-march-4-0

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Frontrunning: March 5
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/05/2010 09:13 -0500

* Goldman Sachs
* National Debt
* Recession
* Reuters
* United Kingdom



* Fannie, Freddie may ask banks to eat $21 billion of sour loans (Bloomberg)
* Tresuries tumble after snow posturing ends up being great strawman (Bloomberg)
* No snow issues here - striking greek workers shut down transport, try to storm parliament (Bloomberg)
* French debt coming under investor scrutiny (Reuters)
* Singapore's GIC becomes UBS' biggest shareholder (Bloomberg)
* Market forecast- confusing (Barron's)
* How much does the national debt matter? (Forbes)
* Democracy under attack? (Top Down Investing)
* UK would still be in recession without 200 billion pound cash injection (Telegraph)
* Equity firms cheer staple finance return (WSJ)
* 2009 tax year oddities (Weathersealed)
* A tale of two great depressions (IBD)
* Goldman Sachs eyes servers with batteries (Data Center Knowledge)
* Singapore planning to recreate Greenwich as it creates hedge fund park in Nepal Hill (Bloomberg)
* Picture of the day:

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Frontrunning: March 9
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/09/2010 09:04 -0500

* Exxon
* Florida
* Greece
* Nakheel
* Nakheel bonds
* Real estate
* Reuters
* SWIFT
* Tim Geithner
* Unemployment
* Unemployment Benefits



* Merkel urges ‘quick’ regulation as Greece takes plea to U.S. (Bloomberg)
* Eaton Vance dumps dirt bonds as Florida land districts default (Bloomberg)
* Collapse of the American Empire: swift, silent, certain (MarketWatch)
* Gold "unlikely" to be main China reserve investment (Bloomberg)
* M&A target IRRs lowered, what does it say for CapEx IRRs: Exxon lowers bar, buys assets previously deemed unattractive (Bloomberg)
* China committed to US debt, wary on gold (Reuters)
* Worries rebound on bull's birthday (WSJ)
* Unemployment benefits: in it for the long term - 11.4 million Americans collecting $10 billion a month (WaPo)
* The best way to measure company performance (Bloomberg)
* Why the SEC sued me and why you should care (Daily Reckoning)
* Greece seeks US help regulating speculators (WaPo)
* Nakheel bonds rise as JPM see repayment at par (Bloomberg)
* Shorting US Treasuries could be a mistake (FT)
* Market defies fear of real estate bubble in China (NYT)
* Why every nation cooks its book (MSN)
* Disgusted (Alhambra Investments)
* And the token puff piece on Tim Geithner (New Yorker)


http://www.zerohedge.com/article/frontrunning-march-9-0

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Frontrunning: March 10
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/10/2010 09:09 -0500

* Abu Dhabi
* CanWest
* Dubai
* Greece
* Gross Domestic Product
* Italy
* Monetary Policy
* News Corp
* Reuters
* Simon Johnson



* Regulators tell US banks to hold money (FT)
* Even as Italy is expected to go bust next, Italy's Romano Prodi Says "Greek Crisis Is Over, Rest of Region Safe" (Bloomberg)
* Race to the bottom with G4 currency rhetoric (Reuters)
* Finance: an exposed position (FT)
* Todd Harrison: The witch hunt widens on Wall Street (MarketWatch)
* Simon Johnson reviews Hank Paulson's memoir (The New Republic)
* O'Krugman's Keynesian blarney (IBD)
* Buyout firms can't spend $503 billion as fund deadlines loom (Bloomberg)
* China's exports, property prices add pressure to pare stimulus (Bloomberg)
* GDP growth expected to slow down, keep rates low (Reuters)
* Dubai made "some progress" in debt talk, U.K. minister said (Bloomberg)
* Goldman moves to block Shaw Communications from buying Canwest (Financial Post)
* Dollar optimism soars to 18-month high as US outpaces Europe (Bloomberg)
* Macroimprudential monetary policy (National Post)
* Abu Dhabi is future base for Murdoch's News Corp (Breitbart, h/t Bill)
* Build America pays off on Wall Street (WSJ)
* Greece says no budget slippage, concerned by yields (Reuters)
* Wall Street's role in Greek crisis should be no surprise (WaPo)


http://www.zerohedge.com/article/frontrunning-march-10-0

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Frontrunning: March 11
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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 03/11/2010 09:01 -0500

* 2s30s
* Continuing Claims
* Double Dip
* Hyperinflation
* Recession
* Reuters
* Unemployment
* Unemployment Benefits



* Bring back the capitalist model (Washington Times)
* Initial claims at 462,000, higher than consensus, continuing claims higher by 37,000; snow not implicated (Bloomberg, Reuters)
* Naked swap crackdown in Europe rings hollow without Washington (Bloomberg)
* Volcker rule gets lift in Senate amid reform talks (Reuters)
* Greeks strike over budget cuts, stocks decline (NYT, Bloomberg, Reuters)
* China inflation surges (Bloomberg, Reuters)
* NY lieutenant governor proposes deficit plan (Reuters)
* Roubini: beware a double dip recession (Forbes)
* With $13 billion 30 Years on deck, 2s30s spread at record wides (Bloomberg)
* Unemployment benefits have now become yet another entitlement program (CSM)
* Bernanke's dilemma: hyperinflation and the US dollar (Seeking Alpha)
* Greek debt crisis could raise problems for US and other countries (WaPo)


http://www.zerohedge.com/article/frontrunning-march-11-0













潼关失守了,长安就已是囊中之物了
熊的空间已经打开。
时间窗口正在向熊开启。这次股市的rally是短命的
来源: hairycat 于 2011-08-12 10:23:27 本文已被阅读:2520次

一直在听财经新闻。刚才一位非常富有经验的PM说,sooner or later某个欧洲国家将会default。那时整个股市将会大跌。他预测油价可能会跌到每桶70美元左右。


要牢记2008至2009年的历史
来源: duck_donald 于 2011-10-05 07:03:23 本文已被阅读:538次

先是有问题,政府官员们一个接一个出来辟谣,粉饰太平,然后突然不行了又来恐吓

民众。结果就是民众在辟谣时抄底,恐吓时割肉。直到BEN多印三万亿才止跌。2010后,

又继续6000亿才达到今天的状态。欧洲现在是BEAR STERN还是LEHMAN之前?

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