Stocks Rise Amid Earnings Reports

Jul 19, 2007 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

Wall Street moved sharply higher in early trading Thursday as investors, having gotten over a bout of economic jitters in the previous session, focused on mostly upbeat earnings reports. via Examiner.com

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Dec 7, 2010
 
World Economy 300 Trillion
Africa 48 Trillion
China 45 Trillion
India 30 Trillion
United States 27 Trillion
European Union 26 Trillion
Brazil 16 Trillion
Russia 15 Trillion
Japan 12 Trillion
Pakistan 9 Trillion
Bangladesh 8 Trillion
Iran 6 Trillion
Vietnam 6 Trillion
Nepal 2 Trillion
All other 50 Trillion

GDP as Percentage of World (2000 to 2020)
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World 100
Africa 18 (9 to 23)
China 16 (8 to 20)
India 10 (3 to 17)
European Union 9 (4 to 15)
USA 9 (5 to 20)
Asean 7 (4 to 11)
Brazil 6 (3 to 7)
Russia 6 (2 to 13)
Middle East 5 (4 to 6)
Pakistan 2 (1 to 4)
Japan 2 (1 to 5)
Bangladesh 1 (1 to 3)
All Other 9 (5 to 15)

Note : These estimates take into account small to medium terrotorial and population changes. The estimates are computed based on population, food production, terroritory sizes and other factors. The world map may look quite different past 2020 based on our research.

India GDP (2000 to 2040)
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Population 15% to 18%
Land 2% to 10%
Food Production 8% to 15%
Electricity 4% to 10%
Tech 4% to 15%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 5% to 15%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 10% to 25%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -1% to -15%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 10% of world economy (3% to 17%)

USA GDP (2000 to 2100)
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Population 4% to 10%
Land 5% to 12%
Food Production 5% to 15%
Electricity 3% to 25%
Tech 4% to 20%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 7% to 20%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 20%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -3% to -25%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 8% of world economy (2% to 19%)

China GDP (2000 to 2150)
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Population 14% to 25%
Land 5% to 20%
Food Production 5% to 25%
Electricity 3% to 20%
Tech 5% to 25%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 3% to 20%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 20%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 5% to 25%(Euro, Dollar, Rupee, Yen, Taka)
Debt -1% to -20%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 16% of world economy (5% to 25%)

GDP African Union (2000 to 2150)
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Population 10% to 25%
Food 5% to 20%
Land 11% to 25%
Electricity 5% to 20%
Tech 3% to 20%(Phones, Computers, Internet)
Roads 2% to 15%(Roads, Waterway, Airports, Railroad)
Culture 3% to 15%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Dollar, Euro, Rupee, Yuan, Peso)
Debt -2% to -20%(External, Public, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP of African Union is 14% of World GDP (3% to 25%)

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Russia 10 Trillion, 30% yearly growth
United States 8 Trillion, 8% yearly growth
Euro Area 9 Trillion, 9% yearly growth
India 35 Trillion, 18% yearly growth
China 33 Trillion, 19% yearly growth

If you keep printing money at that rate, the same house will cost 50 times more.
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World Economy 2050 wrote:
World Economy 300 Trillion
Africa 48 Trillion
China 45 Trillion
India 30 Trillion
United States 27 Trillion
European Union 26 Trillion
Brazil 16 Trillion
Russia 15 Trillion
Japan 12 Trillion
Pakistan 9 Trillion
Bangladesh 8 Trillion
Iran 6 Trillion
Vietnam 6 Trillion
Nepal 2 Trillion
All other 50 Trillion
GDP as Percentage of World (2000 to 2020)
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World 100
Africa 18 (9 to 23)
China 16 (8 to 20)
India 10 (3 to 17)
European Union 9 (4 to 15)
USA 9 (5 to 20)
Asean 7 (4 to 11)
Brazil 6 (3 to 7)
Russia 6 (2 to 13)
Middle East 5 (4 to 6)
Pakistan 2 (1 to 4)
Japan 2 (1 to 5)
Bangladesh 1 (1 to 3)
All Other 9 (5 to 15)
Note : These estimates take into account small to medium terrotorial and population changes. The estimates are computed based on population, food production, terroritory sizes and other factors. The world map may look quite different past 2020 based on our research.
India GDP (2000 to 2040)
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Population 15% to 18%
Land 2% to 10%
Food Production 8% to 15%
Electricity 4% to 10%
Tech 4% to 15%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 5% to 15%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 10% to 25%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -1% to -15%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 10% of world economy (3% to 17%)
USA GDP (2000 to 2100)
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Population 4% to 10%
Land 5% to 12%
Food Production 5% to 15%
Electricity 3% to 25%
Tech 4% to 20%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 7% to 20%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 20%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -3% to -25%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 8% of world economy (2% to 19%)
China GDP (2000 to 2150)
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Population 14% to 25%
Land 5% to 20%
Food Production 5% to 25%
Electricity 3% to 20%
Tech 5% to 25%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 3% to 20%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 20%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 5% to 25%(Euro, Dollar, Rupee, Yen, Taka)
Debt -1% to -20%(External, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 16% of world economy (5% to 25%)
GDP African Union (2000 to 2150)
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Population 10% to 25%
Food 5% to 20%
Land 11% to 25%
Electricity 5% to 20%
Tech 3% to 20%(Phones, Computers, Internet)
Roads 2% to 15%(Roads, Waterway, Airports, Railroad)
Culture 3% to 15%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Dollar, Euro, Rupee, Yuan, Peso)
Debt -2% to -20%(External, Public, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP of African Union is 14% of World GDP (3% to 25%)
Money Supply
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Russia 10 Trillion, 30% yearly growth
United States 8 Trillion, 8% yearly growth
Euro Area 9 Trillion, 9% yearly growth
India 35 Trillion, 18% yearly growth
China 33 Trillion, 19% yearly growth
If you keep printing money at that rate, the same house will cost 50 times more.
Bored out there in the state that leads us all in natural disasters huh?
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Citigroup to acquire Ameritrade.

JP Morgan to acquire Etrade.

Wells Fargo to acquire Bank of America.

IBM to acquire HPQ.

Dell to acquire Xerox.

CSC to acquire UIS.

Accenture to acquire SAIC.

Fluor to acquire Jacobs Engineering Group.

Target to acquire Shears Holding corp.

Dominion Resources to acquire Calpine Corp.

Infosys to acquire Cognizant Tech Solutions.

Baidu to acquire Soho.com .

Johnson & Johnson to acquire Boston Scintific.

St Jude Medical to acquire Edwards Lifesciences Corp.
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Many more meergers to come.
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GDP as a percentage of the World (2000 to 2100)
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China 17%(5% to 24%)
AfricaUnion 14%(3% to 25%)
India 11%(4% to 18%)
EuroArea 10%(4% to 17%)
America 9%(2% to 20%)
Rest of World 39%(5% to 50%)
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So what you are saying is that at most China's GDP can be 24% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Also, that China's GDP can be as little as 5% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Most likely it will average around 17% of the world economy over the next 100 years.

So what you are saying is that at most AfricanUnion's GDP can be 25% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Also, that AfricaUnion's GDP can be as little as 3% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Most likely it will average around 14% of the world economy over the next 100 years.

So what you are saying is that at most India's GDP can be 18% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Also, that India's GDP can be as little as 4% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Most likely it will average around 11% of the world economy over the next 100 years.

So what you are saying is that at most EuroArea's GDP can be 17% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Also, that EuroArea's GDP can be as little as 4% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Most likely it will average around 10% of the world economy over the next 100 years.

So what you are saying is that at most America's GDP can be 20% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Also, that America's GDP can be as little as 2% of the world economy over the next 100 years. Most likely it will average around 9% of the world economy over the next 100 years.

So the rest of the world is the balance of payment.
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Could be autism...maybe schizophrenia that forces you to talk in numbers...whatever is not good. You are mixing your meds. Take it down about 100 notches, move to non-sugar, caffeine diet....no ice cream before bed and check back next week
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What's your openion on the Daytrading account(s)? I like it. It used to be simpler before. We only needed a user ID and password to execute buy and sell orders. It has become really complicated at Ameritrade, Etrade, Fidility and others. Now, I think it is User ID, Password and Question and Answer before we can log in. I think the full service broker works better for me now, where I have to call him {her}{them} to execute trades.
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What should I do, I have a ton of money, What should I do with it?

I think you should invest it in a few Mutual Funds. That way you will get the market return on your investment. That way you will get a good night's sleep and relax. Let the Brokers, Bankers, Mutual Fund Managers trade in individual stocks and bonds. In the future, I {we} would not allow our people to trade in individual stocks or bonds, only mutual funds.
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What is your write off limit? About 10,000 dollars a year. Because we met and did stuff together and everyones time is valuable.
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Country Economy in Percentage
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World 100.0%
China 20.1%
India 8.8%
United States 8.1%
Brazil 6.5%
Russia 5.9%
Japan 3.2%
Indonesia 2.3%
Mexico 1.7%
Pakistan 1.3%
Nigeria 1.2%
Germany 1.0%
Turkey 1.0%
Philippines 0.9%
Vietnam 0.9%
Egypt 0.8%
Bangladesh 0.8%
Italy 0.8%
Rest of World 34.6%
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This maniac posts this all the time
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#105
Jul 31, 2012
 
I think that Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG), Amazon (AMZN), Priceline (PCLN) are grossly overvalued.

I think that Citigroup (C), AIG (AIG), Bank of America (BAC), Etrade (ETFC) are grossly undervalued.

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2 words PILOT CONTRACT

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