Monday, February 20, 2012

Really really free market

  • I started a Really Really Free Market in my town as a way to bring the community together.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • making information available so that it is really possible to compare and purchase products in an atmosphere of healthy competition. (Compendium, No.
  • (Catholic Online)
  • even if their rate really is low. Just imagine if we bought a car without some kind warranty or check-up, or a house without an inspection. We wouldn't.
  • (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • This weekly piece emphasizes my opinions about what is really important and how to put the news in context. I have had great success with my approach, but feel free to disagree.
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  • Social Justice is indefinable so it can mean anything: from free tuition to subsidized housing the principles of social justice or of the market economy are best for "managing" our economy is really meaningless.
  • (Jerusalem Post)
  • and the recent volatility in the price of spot gold suggests that the market really cant settle on the efficient market price.
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  • Editors note: Jeff Howe will preview each position in free agency every day through Feb. 28 He probably wont find a place to start in 2012, nor should he really deserve that luxury.
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  • There werent many loose ends to wrap up on the 2012 MLB free-agent market, save for one big one Can Cespedes hit for average? Thats something we really wont know until hes facing major league pitching on a regular basis.
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  • Another issue with broker's commission-free ETFs is that they are not always the best performing ETFs.
  • (Forbes)
  • For instance, back in the day if a large brokerage firm stole all of its customers (not so) "segregated funds" and then lost it all on some crazy bet in the market and then for a free trial.
  • (Yahoo Finance)

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