Dan on March 29th, 2013

I have a new article posted at SeekingAlpha.com. If interested, Check it out: Zillow Valuation Does Not Reflect Near-Term Reality  If you are a member of Seeking Alpha- please add me to your list of people you follow.

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Dan on March 25th, 2013

It struck me as kind of odd when I read the article about the National Coalition president Mouaz al-Khatib quitting due to frustration.   I pulled these quotes from a great summary of the event: He said his resignation means he can now “work with freedom that is not available inside the official institutions.” He also blamed […]

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Dan on March 18th, 2013

Check out this article on these ‘Hackers’ who just got 3 years of prison and is to pay  $73,000 in restitution: http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2013/03/att-hacker-gets-3-years/ This was not a hack – Andrew Aurernheimer and his colleague stumbled across a huge security whole that AT&T exposed.  It is unbelievable that a company the size of AT&T would expose this […]

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Dan on March 18th, 2013

Check out my latest article at Seeking Alpha: 3 Reasons Coinstar May Surprise On The Upside   If you are a member of Seeking Alpha- please add me to your list of people you follow!

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Dan on March 12th, 2013

Esterline Technologies (ESL) has always been an interesting company to me – a collection of 10 plus semi-autonomous companies focused on aerospace and defense. Since their first quarter earnings report was released on February 28th, the stock has outperformed the S&P 500 (up 5.5% VS 2.5% for the S&P 500), which caused me to dig […]

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Dan on March 2nd, 2013

A few months ago I joined Amazon Prime, so for $75 it give me free 2 day shipping on most items.  The thing that amazes me the most is how much that it has increased my spending on Amazon- or conversely how much it has shifted me from buying stuff from brick and mortar stores.  It is cutting probably almost […]

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