A torrent of foreign capital is poised to flow into the US.
Friday's jobs numbers reveal that, despite unprecedented money printing from global central banks, the real economy continues to stall.
The machines will convert cash or funds from your bank account into the digital currency -- for a very real fee.
The market is ignoring a huge looming bust in Treasurys, but there's still plenty of time to get out.
The bank's stock could rise 40% as problem loans and foreclosure losses decline.
Now that the charts have had a rest, the banks look logical here.
The central bank will continue to buy bonds to keep interest rates low because it says the economy still needs help. Economic growth in 2013 may be slower expected.
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