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$100 Oil and the Economy – Is the Worst Behind Us?

$100 Oil and the Economy – Is the Worst Behind Us?

Mar 02, 2011 at 08:17

Some folks look at the $100 oil price and conclude that it has stabilized and that everything will be OK.  They argue one can now sell the oil stocks and…

A Detailed Look at Urban Energy Consumption

A Detailed Look at Urban Energy Consumption

Mar 02, 2011 at 07:56

Everyone knows that it takes energy to produce anything. The energy used in mining, transport, processing, manufacturing, delivery, and disposal is “embodied” in every product we consume, from food to…

The Death of the Mutual Fund

The Death of the Mutual Fund

Mar 01, 2011 at 20:35

ETF’s are much more attractive than mutual fund competitors, with their notoriously bloated expenses and spendthrift marketing costs. You can’t miss those glitzy, overproduced, big budget ads on TV for…

Investors Will Win the ETF Price War

Investors Will Win the ETF Price War

Mar 01, 2011 at 20:34

Many hedge fund traders are unhappy about the current near monopoly enjoyed by the top three ETF issuers, Black Rock, State Street, and Vanguard, which control 83% of the market.…

Oil Supply Disruptions in The Middle East Now Becoming Evident

Oil Supply Disruptions in The Middle East Now Becoming Evident

Mar 01, 2011 at 08:09

The impacts of the disruptions in the Middle East are now starting to become evident as supplies no longer flow into the delivery pipelines that carry fuel from countries such…

The Effects of Rising Global Food Prices

The Effects of Rising Global Food Prices

Mar 01, 2011 at 08:05

Food prices are shooting up to levels last seen back in 2008, when foodstuff inflation hit populations around the world. If present trends continue, though, some consumers might find themselves…

Bill Gates Backs Terrapower's Traveling Wave Reactor

Bill Gates Backs Terrapower's Traveling Wave Reactor

Mar 01, 2011 at 08:02

Mr. Gates got the project rolling with seed money in the tens of millions of dollars. Venture-capital firms Charles River Ventures and Khosla Ventures invested $35 million last year. Nuclear-industry…

The Failure of U.S. Politicians to Open electricity and Other Energy Markets

The Failure of U.S. Politicians to Open electricity and Other Energy Markets

Mar 01, 2011 at 07:56

Over the last century, U.S. politicians have formulated policies favoring monopolies and their affiliates and friends, while picking winners and losers, often favoring higher-cost technologies, causing consumer and taxpayer rip-offs,…

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Are Venture Capitalists Deserting Green Energy?

Green Energy Sector Weekly Update: Are Venture Capitalists Deserting Green Energy?

Mar 01, 2011 at 07:54

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers foreshadowed a return to its digital core a few weeks ago when it announced that its new $1 billion Digital Growth Fund (DGF) would invest…

High Oil Prices and Recessions

High Oil Prices and Recessions

Feb 28, 2011 at 07:53

The idea that high oil prices cause recessions shouldn’t be any surprise those who have been following my writings, or those of Dave Murphy, or those of Jeff Rubin. Yesterday,…

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