Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Linkage

I had another great commute home and I am out of time for a post!

Never fear, here comes the Tuesday Linkage in case you missed these items:

-Silver bounces off $20 today notes Tim Iacono. I was really hoping to hold $20 but any close over $19 fits my model right now.

-John Hussman find the argument that many are bearish as puzzling as I do.

-EconomPic has some great graphs and reasoning why he thinks bond yields are not out of whack with reality.

-The Reformed Broker lists 6 possible Autumn Outliers that could make some waves.

-It seems the robotic/cybernetic revolution started way back in Victorian times as shown by this creepy prosthetic arm:


Have a good night.

3 comments:

watchtower said...

"It seems the robotic/cybernetic revolution started way back in Victorian times as shown by this creepy prosthetic arm:"

This is an early Infiltrator prototype that had trouble with a time travel entry and exploded upon arrival.

Mrs. Cooper eventually found it by the barn while milking the cows one morning and instantly thought of ole 'one arm' Hank, who nowadays hung out down at the general store.

She took it to him for a possible replacement for the arm that he lost in the sawmill a few years back.

The rest as they say is history...or is it the future?

getyourselfconnected said...

Good one Watchtower!

Jeff said...

Not feelin too good about the Steelers either.

Dennis dixon...Ugh

Gonna be a long month without our rapist Big Ben..