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The Plan

1. I'm willing to risk at least 50%, while looking for at least 5X return on overall portfolio.
2. Buy at support, or a massive sell-off. Focus accumulation of uranium miners employing ISR techniques, gold miners with unique properties, royalty gold stocks, and firms with top management.
3. If any position doubles in value, sell half.
4. Hold the rest till top of market. For uranium miners, this is at least a price per pound of $140 in the uranium market; for gold, it depends: need to see a new international monetary agreement and some type of resolution to the global sovereign debt crisis.
5. Exit uranium if China and India back off nuclear.
6. Possibly exit on change of management.
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» [text] Swiss National Bank, China Agree on a Currency-Swap Deal - WSJ
Jul 24, 2014 - by InformedTrades

"The Swiss National Bank SNBN.EB -0.55% and People's Bank of China have agreed to set up a currency swap line designed to boost trade and investment between the two countries, joining a parade of countries hoping to become offshore hubs for trading the yuan.The Swiss and Chinese central banks said Monday that the three-year agreement will allow them to buy and sell their currencies up to a limit of 150 billion yuan, also known as renminbi, or 21 billion Swiss francs ($23.4 billion). Such swap lines allow central banks to buy currencies from one another, making it easier for banks in each country to get hold of the underlying currencies when they need them."
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» [text] High-Yield Bonds "Extremely Overvalued" For Longest Period Ever | Zero Hedge
Jul 24, 2014 - by InformedTrades

"The high-yield bond market has been "extremely overvalued" for a record nine consecutive months, according to Martin Fridson, a money manager at Lehmann, Livian, Fridson Advisors LLC. As Bloomberg Brief's Matt Robinson notes, the streak breaks the previous record of eight months set in October 2006 to May 2007. As Fridson notes, "overvaluation (whether extreme or non-extreme) has put together an unbroken streak of 25 months, nearly double the previous record.""
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» [text] Japan trade deficit surges to record on weak exports | Guardian News
Jul 24, 2014 - by InformedTrades

"JAPAN'S trade deficit ballooned to a record in the first half of the year as exports fell further in June, data showed Thursday, ramping up pressure on the central bank to unveil fresh measures to boost the economy.The figures come days after the government cut its fiscal year growth forecasts, blaming weak exports and a jump in imports as well as the negative impact of an April sales tax hike on consumer spending and business confidence."
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» FDA and Consumer Welfare | Robert Higgs
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» New Zealand raises rate for 4th time but will now pause
Jul 23, 2014 - by InformedTrades
New Zealand's central bank raised its policy rate for the fourth time in a row but signaled that it would keep rates on hold for a while, saying it was "prudent that there now be a period of assessment before interest rates adjust further towards a more-neutral level."
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) raised its Official Cash Rate (OCR) by another 25 basis points to 3.50 percent, as widely expected, and has now raised it by a total of 100 basis points since March when it became the first central bank among the advanced economies to raise its rate since July 2011 to curb inflationary pressures.
The RBNZ has often said the strong exchange rate of the New Zealand dollar, known as the kiwi, was not sustainable and today ratcheted up its language and warned it would decline in response to a fall in export prices for dairy and timber in recent months.
"With the exchange rate yet to adjust to weakening commodity prices, the level of the New Zealand dollar is unjustified and unsustainable and there is potential for a significant fall," the RBNZ's governor, Graeme Wheeler, said in a statement.

Although inflation remains below the RBNZ's 2.0 percent target, the central bank repeated that it was important that inflation expectations remain contained and today's rate rise would help keep future inflation near the target and ensure a sustained economic expansion.
"The speed and extend to which the OCR will need to rise will depend on the assessment of the impact of the tightening in monetary policy to date, and the implications of future economic and financial data for inflationary pressures," Wheeler said.
New Zealand's headline inflation rate rose to 1.6 percent in the second quarter of the year from 1.5 percent in the first quarter but Wheeler said strong growth in output has been absorbing spare capacity in the economy and this was expected to add to inflation although wage inflation remains subdued.

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