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Jamie Coleman


  1. indeed. Classic.

  2. the circus is coming to town

  3. I like the:
    “According to a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal, there are currently a bunch of columns filled with a wide variety of numbers, letters, and symbols.”

  4. This might become my new trading guide…better than the classic 3 apes!

  5. hahaha. Very funny. I took it seriously at first, than realized that everything was going over my head, and started feeling stupid (“hmmm, why didn’t I know that?”)

    ok, ok, I get it now. It’s all happening at the same time…. right?

  6. Nice to know that the rich, middle class, and the poor, all of us are in it together, Albeit some with more challenging decisions to make…do we paint the guest house in the Hamptons this spring or replace the Boca Raton driveway with new chestnut brown pavers. Indeed these are difficult times we live in. :-)

  7. Another summary I stumble upon: “The thinking is that the EUR, given the ECB’s sterilization of peripheral sovereign debt purchases and spoken desire to wean banks in the region of its lending facilities, has the most to gain as THE alternative reserve currency”…aha!


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