Critical Reading for Rare Earth Metals Investors

Rare earth element coverage has exploded since The Gold Report started covering this sector in early 2009. At that point, the REE junior mining market was a $2 billion industry. Today, REE juniors are a $10 billion+ industry—give or take a one-day market fluctuation, and Streetwise Reports now has a dedicated newsletter to cover . . . → Read More: Critical Reading for Rare Earth Metals Investors

I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today

Was it Popeye’s friend, Wimpy, who kept asking for a hamburger on credit? Today’s credit markets are anything but robust, with reduced demand and supply for borrowed funds. Always eager to find obscure terms for modern dilemmas, economists refer to this condition as a liquidity trap. With a little prodding from Facebook friend and . . . → Read More: I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today

Compelling Proof of the College Bubble

From the New York Review of Books:

In Academically Adrift, Arum and Roksa paint a chilling portrait of what the university curriculum has become. The central evidence that the authors deploy comes from the performance of 2,322 students on the Collegiate Learning Assessment, a standardized test administered to students in their first semester at . . . → Read More: Compelling Proof of the College Bubble

Economic Events on December 30, 2011

At 3:00 PM Eastern time, the Farm Prices report for December will be released, giving investors and economists an indication of the direction of food prices in the coming months.

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