Recent comments by Blackhalo

josap wrote:

For retirees, downsizing has many upsides

Why do they H8 USA?

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

"smells like rotting cow"

Ooooh that smell
Can't you smell that smell
Ooooh that smell
The smell of death surrounds you

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Here at HCN, we have old sockpuppets!

I wonder if JD is Unidan...

poicv2.0 wrote:

blog stature

The hunchback of HCN? Oh stature, not posture.

Yoringe wrote:

Putin Says Russia Will Build Its Own Space Station by 2023

With Blackjack! And hookers!

Blackjack and Hookers (BENDER!!) - YouTube

burnside wrote:

fashion is trivial?

That does not sound like me. Retarded, pointless or boring, maybe.

poicv2.0 wrote:

curators are elitist snobs

Isn't that kind of what the art industry is about? Kind of like fashion.

25 Young Painters You Need To Know | Complex

poicv2.0 wrote:

sets out stretch goals and applies the agile methodology...

Not a lot of nerds running for student council president. VOTE FOR PEDRO!

emergency hotdog wrote:

they have a beautiful f1 circuit.

The appeal eludes me. I do wonder how different our F1 will be this year with the Dollar so strong v. the Euro. The last time I went downtown during F1, it was lousy with Eurotrash.

sm_landlord wrote:

Bra retailer Frederick's of Hollywood goes bust - Fortune

Frederick’s has been privately held since a group of investors including the Harbinger Group HRG acquired it last year in a $24.8 million transaction. The retailer had previously filed for bankruptcy in 2000, but emerged in 2003 “with a strong balance sheet, new financing and positive sales momentum,” the company said at the time.

I'm sure the hedge fund that managed those BK's made out very well.

skk wrote:

support on 12.04 runs out

I would have gone with Mint.

robj wrote:

Cruz/Perry 2016!

If Cruz or Rubio are not on the ticket, it will show how totally lost the Red Team really are. I for one, look forward you yet another all white male ticket.

robj wrote:

The issue is whether a default would pull down the German banks, and I think he is clear that it now will not.

It's contained! to sub-prime Greeks.

yuan wrote:

medical wisdom...

Will he bedazzle us with financial acumen next?

Jackdawracy wrote:

i'd keep it on the way down low

Yeah, HF uses a fuck-ton of water, contaminates it, and then sequesters in below the water table. How down low can you go?

Jackdawracy wrote:

gross profits must be satiated.

I just wonder what future Californian hydraulic frackers will use to extract oil, if prices in that market recover?

robj wrote:

the aquifer replenishment rate is practically never.

Well mabye the oil wildcatters on the outs due to the low oil prices, can find work drilling ever deeper water wells?

I drink your MILKSHAKE!

robj wrote:

you might want to consider growing cotton and rice in East/Gulf Texas.

Isn't someone already doing that?

justaskin wrote:

so, leaving enough water in the river that it doesn't just peter out is a bad thing?

If your shorted almond or cheese futures contracts...

robj wrote:

Good one.

My second favorite, with Superman #1. I think they peaked with Automatic for the People and Out of Time. Better albums from beginning to end. Although I do love some so. central rain and 7 Chinese bros.

R.E.M. - "Superman" - YouTube

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

I HELOC'ed a man in Reno just to watch him buy!

Laughing out loud

ResistanceIsFeudal wrote:

Gonna create THE HELL out of value, baby!!

Upside Down & Inside Out - YouTube

robj wrote:

Lever up, bitchez!

Gonna HELOC 'til your upside-down?

Yoringe wrote:

Real Werewolfs & Zombies? Or is it Lame Shapeshifters and Folks on Rape Drugs?

SPOON - "Inside Out" - YouTube

poicv2.0 wrote:

j/k Blackhalo

Someone is ahead of me on a BFF celebration....

Cinco-X wrote:

Modeling Gig - People Of Walmart

That link, is staying blue.

Cinco-X wrote:

I think Frederick's had a slightly trashier image...

Hot chicks in underwear...

Cinco-X wrote:

They lost to Victoria's Secret.

Odd, I can barely distinguish between the two.

Yoringe wrote:

i still work

Almost 6pm here, a bit of thunder and a light rain outside. Just got off work, finished dinner and halfway through my first beer. The best time I can think of to start pontificating on matters I have little to no understanding of... Economics is hard

gab wrote:

If what you are saying is correct...

Fat chance. But yeah the math part, making the interest rate the variable, and the current or future value of the security, the constant... would seem reasonable to me.

gab wrote:

One of the inputs of the model is the risk free interest rate.

Which we now know, is absurd. I'm saying that if you assumed that the options were the fairly valued part and solved for the interest rate, it might prove nominally useful in spotting the markets view of what the cost of borrowing should be.

gab wrote:

An options pricing model?

Where one of the functions is an interest rate. Knowing the value of the other varibles, one might be able to solve for the markets perceived value of borrowing.

Interest-rate curve

In practice, interest rates are not constant – they vary by tenor, giving an interest rate curve which may be interpolated to pick an appropriate rate to use in the Black–Scholes formula. Another consideration is that interest rates vary over time. This volatility may make a significant contribution to the price, especially of long-dated options.This is simply like the interest rate and bond price relationship which is inversely related.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black%E2%80%93Scholes_model 

gab wrote:

There is no objective way to arrive at a "normal interest rate."

The Black–Scholes–Merton model might be able to provide a rule of thumb...

Comrade Kristina wrote:

facing felony charges.

For killing a feral cat, in what looks like a clean kill? Meh. Feral cats kill an awful lot of birds... What is the tragedy?

BarleyReturns wrote:

how you can juice inflation w/ negative interest rates.

If you put $100 in the bank and only get back 99$... perhaps you can find more productive use, spurring demand for products and services? Of course if that $100 bought 75 Euros and the $99 buys 100, things can get awkward.

poicv2.0 wrote:

inflation expectations going out 10 years are still sub 2%?

And that is bad, why?

poicv2.0 wrote:

everyone's so sure of their position on this blog.

You seem pretty confident in your market calls... +/- 600pts...

Citizen AllenM wrote:

how the man from there can be the next president

Jeb, Ted or Rick? The US has picked worse...

Nemo wrote:

Exactly how you "ring fence" yourself from someone who owes you a lot of money and decides not to repay, I am not sure

AIG default insurance?

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