Managed Funds Association Cites Thoughtsworththinking.net in SEC Filing on Dodd-Frank Study of Short Position Reporting

When hedge funds want to communicate their views in Washington, they turn to the Managed Funds Association (MFA), “the voice of the global alternative investment community.”  With about $1.9 trillion in assets, this industry no doubt expects the highest standards in advocating its interests.  That’s why it was particularly noteworthy to me as the publisher…

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Thoughtsworththinking.net Awarded Two-Star Quality Rating by JoeAnt.com

To better reach readers interested in the content this site offers, I recently submitted Thoughtsworththinking.net for review by JoeAnt.com, one of the most established web site directories on the Internet.  I am pleased to announce that JoeAnt.com has given Thoughtsworththinking.net its two-star “Worth the Trip” rating, reserved for web pages that offer a “Quality site,…

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Moody’s Reviews U.S. Sovereign Credit Rating for Potential Downgrade

Today, Moody’s Investors Services (MCO) placed the U.S. Government’s bond rating on review for a possible downgrade, substantially increasing the possibility that one of the major credit rating agencies would downgrade the United States’ credit outlook or credit rating, as I warned here on Thoughtsworththinking.net in December 2010.  Neither action has occurred yet, so an…

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GM: The Long-Term Investment Case

Early hopes of quick returns from General Motors’ (GM) November IPO have been dashed, other than for those who already sold at the right time. The post-bankruptcy shares debuted in November at $33, peaked at $39.48 on January 6, and are at $31.58 as of the July 8 closing. So are the shares, with an…

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