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harry newton's in search of the perfect investment investing, investments, stocks, bonds, equities, real estate, technology skip to content home about harry search don’t look at today. go to the movies. play tennis. 21 march 2017, 4:46 pm the market got crazy today. theories: delays in health care. delays in tax reform. delays in muslim banning. delays in wall building. lots of delays. maybe we’re finally getting sick of russia? the banks had an awful day, viz bac (bank of america) down 6%. i bought 1,000 bac a few minutes before close. by close i was up the grand sum of $55. what a genius! there is good news. here’s the latest economist: here are excepts from the economist: there are still plenty of reasons to fret: china’s debt mountain; the flaws in the foundations of the euro; donald trump’s protectionist tendencies; and so on. but amid these anxieties are real green shoots. for six months or so there has been growing evidence of increased activity. it has been clearest in the export-oriented economies of asia. but it is visible in europe, in america and even, just, in hard-hit emerging markets like russia and brazil. the signals are strongest from the more cyclical parts of the global economy, notably manufacturing. surveys of purchasing managers in america, the euro zone and asia show factories getting a lot busier (see chart 1). global trading hubs such as taiwan and south korea are bustling. taiwan’s national development council publishes a composite indicator that tracks the economy’s strength: blue is sluggish, green is stable and red is overheating. the overall economy has been flashing green lights for seven months and is pushing up towards the red zone. this reflects, among other things, demand for semiconductors around the world; this february exports from taiwan were up by 28% compared with 2016. although that is the most striking example, exports are up elsewhere in the region, too. south korea’s rose by 20% in february compared with a year earlier. in yuan terms, china’s were 11% higher in the first two months of 2017 than in 2016. this apparent vigour is in part just a reflection of how bad things looked 12 months ago; suppliers who overdid the gloom in early 2016 are restocking. asia’s taut supply chains also owe something to the two-to-three-year life-cycle of consumer gadgetry. on march 10th lg electronics launched its new g6 smartphone. its larger rival, samsung, is due to unveil its galaxy s8 phone by the end of the month; a new iphone will be out later this year. but the signs of life run deeper than just those specifics would allow. business spending on machinery and equipment is picking up. a proxy measure based on shipments of capital goods constructed by economists at jpmorgan chase, a bank, suggests that worldwide equipment spending grew at an annualised rate of 5.25% in the last quarter of 2016. the good news goes beyond manufacturing, too. american employers, excluding farms, added 235,000 workers to their payrolls in february, well above the recent average. the european commission’s economic-sentiment index, based on surveys of service industries, manufacturers, builders and consumers, is as high as it has been since 2011. after a strong fourth quarter, the bank of japan revised up its forecast for growth in the current fiscal year from 1% to 1.4%. such optimism raises two big questions: what is behind this nascent recovery and will it take hold?  there are skeptics who say that when the economist gets bullish, markets get bearish. that’s correct for today — dow down 238 points. i’m optimistic, especially for tech, which took some of the smaller hits today — e.g. amzn, fb, expe, and hon. you can read the economist’s leader here and the main, long “briefing” article here.  tomorrow’s another day. play tennis early. win. start the day on a high. colbert on trump’s budget to watch, click here. fascinating reading: a new book called “blitzed” is out.  the nazis, knowing they were vastly outnumbered, went to war stoned out of their mind. they institutionalized getting stoned. only way to get the courage, or madness. amazing variety of drugs. read a review. click here. from the wall street journal: click here. stuff learned: + texting doesn’t always work instantly. it can take hours. i don’t know why. for “instant” urgent communications, pick up the phone and speak in person — the old fashioned way. + don’t activate your new credit card — unless you really want to use it. which you probably don’t. the moment you activate it, you’ll get hit with an annual fee. + what is wifi calling on my cell phone, a reader asked? it means you’re calling on the internet, not over the through-the-air, iffy, cell system. you want to use wifi calling on your cell phone where cell service is awful.  don’t talk too long. there are data charges. + there are two ways to get a gadget working: 1. download the manual. 2. watch the repair video on youtube. hoisted again. my new favorite laptop is the thinkpad x1 carbon made by lenovo. pluses: + it’s ultra-light. much lighter than the apple laptops. close to the lightest windows machine i’ve ever lifted. super portable. + a 14 inch screen with 1920 x 1080 pixels. that gives it great web site readability. i’m not kidding. the letters are more defined, sharper and easier to read. my ancient eyes appreciate this. + a hugely powerful new intel processor –the i7-7600u. finally an i7 that’s much faster than the previous 6600 –22% by my calculations — and still gets good battery life. all day. + a decent large keyboard with a pointing stick and a big touchpad. use which you like. i like the red pointing stick. both work well. that’s the good news. the bad news is that the machine is blow-out popular. and you can’t get it — for another month or two. drat. when was the last time you heard that an intel-powered laptop was on backorder? still not a good reason to buy either intel (intc) or lenovo (lnvgy). best tennis photo. read  the sign. she did. not having a good day? harry newton, who has the grandchildren visiting. this is all three of them in the bouncy house. you can buy it on amazon (where else?) for $189. best child toy ever invented. click here.  comment « older entries subscribe to blog updates leave this blank:leave this blank too:do not change this:your email: google ads useful investing links abnormal returns barchart barry ritholtz's the big picture cnbc currency converter dividend.com fdic information financial calculators flyonthewall inflation calculator irr calculator jim rogers blog mark cuban's blog marketwatch mortgage calculator muni securities rulemaking board safe haven seeking alpha stockcharts stocktwits to rent or buy? value forum warren buffett's shareholder letters web2pdf converter xe.com yahoo! finance technology products ars technica dpreview engadget gizmodo igear techcrunch my other sites newton's telecom dictionary travel sites autoslash dohop flight tracker flightaware hipmunk momondo seat guru vrbo (vacation rentals by owner) google ads stocks, etfs and funds we like & own amd amzn amazon brka berkshire hathaway cb chubb cent central garden and pet co. dis disney dish dish network eog expe (expedia) fb facebook flex flex goog google (alphabet) hd home depot hon honeywell jpm jpmorgan lmt lockheed martin msft microsoft nflx netflix nvda nvidia spy s&p500 spider sq square inc. trv travellers unh united health vfiax vanguard s&p 5000 etf vgk vanguard ftse europe vti vanguard total stock mkt etf xlf financial sector etf xom exxon mobil trends and stocks benefiting or hurting i created a chart, showing trends in the economy (technology and tastes) and which stocks will or won't benefit. i run the chart occasionally in the column but some readers have asked for permanent access. so here it is. click here. previous columns — when you get to a previous column, click on the heading for the entire column. march 2017 m t w t f s s « feb 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 older columns columns before dec 28, 2009 my new 2016 edition my best-selling technology dictionary is now even bigger, (more pages, more definitions), more up to date (30th edition). corporations in telecom, networking and computing use it for training. many colleges use it in their courses. and lawyers use it for litigation. the new york times said it is "a fixture on the desks of many who deal with the technical world." an industry newsletter said it was "the one reference book we can't do without." you can buy it at amazon. click here. you can buy the dictionary from barnes and noble. click here. favorite tools norton internet security it's simply the best virus and malware protector for windows machines. it also does an incredible job of separating my spam emails. i used to check my spam for any good emails. but norton does such a good job, i don't bother any longer. highly recommended. worth every penny i pay -- which is not much for the work it does. to buy, click. here. marriage saver the sennheiser rs110 or rs120 on-ear wireless rf headphones with charging dock belongs on each tv you own. all husbands hear worse than their wives. hence you need two volumes. the husband gets the ears. the wife gets the tv set. works perfectly. everyone is happy. these are the best wireless headphones for their money. the better ones are too complicated. trust me. i have tried them all. you can buy these from amazon for under $100. here. samsung solid state drive the fastest, cheapest and simplest way to speed up your pc -- laptop or desktop, pc or apple -- is to replace your present, spinning, hard drive with a solid state one, like one. from samsung. i have several samsung solid state drives (ssds). they work flawlessly. they come in various sizes. i use 256 gig drives -- the same size as in my laptops. i clone my samsung drives regularly (for backups) using a simple gadget called the aluratek: canon g16 and g5x cameras best point and shoot camera for the money. lots of manual controls. but great "auto" if you don't want to fiddle. much lighter and much less expensive than an dslr. the new g16 has virtually no shutter lag which means it's better, but not perfect, for kids and babies. for them use a dslr. the g16 is the perfect pocketable camera for travel, weddings and bar mitzvahs. the g15 does much better than an iphone 5 or iphone 6. the g16 has an optical zoom. the iphones don't. the g16 is now 30% cheaper than when i bought mine. canon has now introduced a g5x which has a boatload of features which the g16 doesn't have, including an eye-level viewfinder, a much larger image processor and a rotating image screen. i've pretty well moved to the g5x, though it's presently costing around $799. but it's the perfect travel camera. still pocketable, too. the fastest, best wifi router this netgear nighthawk ac1900 dual band wi-fi gigabit router is the fastest, bestest, longest-reaching router. attach it to your cable or dsl modem and you'll have the best wifi service in your home or office. i've installed three of them. they work flawlessly. amazon will send you one in two days. google ads © 2017 in search of the perfect investment, harry newton powered by wordpress. theme f2.


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