Archive | November, 2005

The Truth About The Turtles

By TradingMarkets Research Art Collins: Discuss how you became a trend following advocate. Michael Covel: Going back a ways, even before Richard Donchian, some very bright people started to realize that the whole notion of having all the fundamental data in the world didn’t address the most pertinent questions. You still have to decide, when […]

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Drought concerns send markets sharply higher

By Michael Swanson – Since May 13, the corn and soybean markets have surged relentlessly higher on increasing concerns of a drought developing. November soybean futures have jumped $1.49 per bushel (a 24 percent rally), and corn has climbed $0.34 per bushel (a 15 percent rally). This rally is based on the facts that some […]

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The Global Market for Credit Derivatives

DUBLIN, Ireland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nov. 2, 2005–Research and Markets has announced the addition of E-Learning Course – Credit Derivatives to their offering. A comprehensive e-learning product covering the concepts, procedures, market participants, and various statutes that govern the process & participants. (more…)

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Interest rates, higher energy costs cooling growth

OMAHA, Neb. – Higher interest rates and energy costs cooled growth and lowered confidence last month in the Mid-America region’s economy, says a monthly survey of supply managers and business leaders in the nine-state region. The region’s overall index in the Mid-America Business Conditions Survey was 58.3, down from 59.9 in September, while the confidence […]

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