Here is the latest conversation I had with money manager Andrew Horowitz…. new insights for anyone who invests in anything. We discuss the continued boom and bull market along with even more indicators.

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  1. *wingz* says:

    Oh please – give up on the accents (as an Aussie I can say that was just horrible today) or else hire Leo and start calling the Podcast this week in the markets (TWITM)!

    • Hey nobody said they could do it.

      • *wingz* says:

        True, so perhaps I overreacted there for a second. It was good episode today I thought. I have been enjoying the talks about the various indicators as they come up.
        It’ll be a good time to short Apple when this market starts to turn. They won’t keep selling bogus products at inflated prices once the reality distortion field runs down. I think its even started already eg: no long queues for the ho hum iPad3. Normal people watch movies on big screens so what use are all the power sapping extra pixels really- except as a heater in winter.

  2. Rufus says:

    For a second there I thought this photo was a scene from Wall St, and that the bull was the bronze statue they have there.

  3. chris says:

    Reconsider “harmless” fun much?

  4. t0llyb0ng says:

    It may be that Paris is high up on the economic strength list because France is so nuclearized.  That gives them a degree of energy independence that most places don’t have.

  5. t0llyb0ng says:

    Is it not possible to build a refinery somewhere OTHER THAN Texas?  Why should we have to build a pipeline to carry crude from Canada to Texas?  Why not build a new state-of-the-art refinery in, say, North Dakota where gorgeous new oil is being pumped out as we speak?  Are we technologically incapable?

    Oh, it’s so we can load it into tankers & sell it off to other countries for PROFIT!  Sorry, my bad, never mind.

    • deowll says:

      I would prefer to make it illegal to export American energy however we do refine imported crude at coastal refineries and re-export it.

      Even if you stuck the refineries in North Dakota you would need pipelines to to take the product elsewhere. It’s by far the cheapest most energy efficient way to move fuel.

      The EPA doesn’t easily give out permits to build oil refineries.


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