Comments on: Counterparties A slice of lime in the soda Sun, 26 Oct 2014 19:05:02 +0000 hourly 1 By: EconMaverick Fri, 16 Sep 2011 16:10:47 +0000 1. That sure is enlightening. Here is a Gallup poll from last month that showed that Muslim Americans were the LEAST likely to approve of military attacks against civilians! It actually kind of shocked me: -americans-no-justification-violence.asp x

2. That means Groupon is burning even more cash, at a faster rate, as a bigger percentage of revenue, and the rate is itself increasing (2nd derivative AND 1st derivative positive!). Time to fleece the public for funds!

3. Goodbye global alpha

4. Capital? What Capital?

5. If black swan funds are anything like bear funds, they’ll be out of business soon, even if the market does drop, or even if there is volatility. Because of the “daily reset”, they perform the opposite of dollar-cost-averaging, meaning they DROP in the long term, particularly when volatility are high. Short the bear funds, AND but puts on the long funds

5. Can we send Geithner over to the Bundesbnk, i mean, ECB? Perhaps he can be Trichet’s boss? Might save Obama. Too late, Obama has already blown his Presidency! 1/09/moment-obama-ruined-his-presidency. html

That’s all for now! More later from the Economic Maverick. Thanks for the great stuff

By: Danny_Black Fri, 16 Sep 2011 15:04:01 +0000 Given that Mr Eisinger, like most of the other shaved chimps in his profession, basically doesn’t have a clue about the field and has shown difficultly reading simple english and doing simple arithmetic, that reading a financial statement is well beyond him.

By: GRRR Fri, 16 Sep 2011 01:23:54 +0000 In short order there will be hedging of the hedges against uncertainty.