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Reply jacques.pitteloud@eda.admin.ch
3:00 AM on December 22, 2017 
Dividend / Stock Price = Yield of Bond = % of Bank Loan + % of Inflation + % of Unemployment + % of VAT*

* VAT, Value-Added Tax

Mind the weighted average rate of your stakes in the basic idea of average.

Go for IPO. Then, you got capital for asset aquisition.
It is a financial leverage without the risk of loan interest raising.

Notice the change of foreign exchange rate if invest abroad.
Make a comparison among bank insterests, yield of bonds
and the Ratio here (Dividend / Stock Price).
The surge of yield of U.S. 30-year bond so far,
it makes them worth of investing, yields at 3% circa.

And it gets more and more valuable for bank deposits in foreign currencies,
e.g., that of Mexico at 5.16% annually,
for most of the stocks worldwide don't reach an annual revenue so good.

However, it suggests that stocks in the bourses worldwide
should not be preferred in view of the evaluation of this Inequality here.

Notice the Effect of the Foreign Exchange Rate as well.
If the exchange of any currency against USD falls for 50%,
it means that you can buy double shares of the assets
evaluated in that currency if you got USD.
In case that you bought the stocks, then you will get
double-paid dividend thanks to the Fall caused by FED.

Make a global comparison in bond yields and bank interests.
Notice those national bonds
with the term of 2- and 5-year in European states, especially
those of Italy and Spain with yield ranging from 30 - 70 %.
And sometimes, they fall to over 900% accidentally for crying out loud.
Consider this. Where can you get such usury legally?
Don't forget to thank J. Yellen of FED (for her crunching monetary policy)
right after you have got such a fatty usury!

Notice also that
inflation affects the value of your currency against USD negatively.
In another word, the negative inflation (not uncessary to be deflation),
it could consolidate the value of your currency to a point
though there are other factors.
Venezuela, you know I mean your absurd inflation over 1700%.

As to the FED interest-raising,
it is an opportunity cost to your chasing for higher revenue merely.
You can do the comparison with the Ratio here.


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It is for strengthening the status of your national treasury
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Especially, there seems to be
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Sweden makes the conpulsory military service back in reality.
It is not necessary to mean Russia but Germany rather.

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in the decree of Jews and bankers,
well, your will have to take the risks mentioned
as what we are witnessing in the Islamic World.
Besides, you can never solve
the mounting inflation making everyone poorer
without this simple taxation.

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VAT is the negative item to Aggregate Consumption,
which is the item C in the Keynesian Equation, i.e.,
Y = C + S + I + G + (X - M)
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As to my American folks,
make Wall Street pay for your health care
with Hot Money Tax on their high frequency trading.
Hell with Obamacare staking up!


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Mais oui, Monsieur Richard Attias!
La France demande une change.
Reply Tom
5:13 PM on June 24, 2017 
Brilliant Site. Grew up in the 70s addicted to the National. Weirdly, the horses that bring back the fondest memories are the also-rans. Have always had a soft spot for Go-Pontinental, Huperade, Pearl of Montreal, Sixer, Kellsboro' Wood, Karacola, and all the exotic names of their day. My only sticking point would be the article "The Greatest National". For me, '74 must be it. 12 stone and won at a canter against a very good field.
Reply Jordan
7:21 AM on November 20, 2016 
That's not to say Red Marauder was a great jumper by the way, far from it, but one a rare occasion that race did provide the drama that made the Grand National the race it was. Recent races have been such a poor spectacle.
Reply Jordan
7:08 AM on November 20, 2016 
Great site for statistics but bizarre opinion - to suggest the recent 'Grand Nationals' have been a success, especially 2013 because all horses were standing after 7 fences, whereas the 2001 renewal was poor because there were very few finishers. To me all that suggests was 2001 was what the Grand National is all about; a true test of jumping and stamina (albeit with a loose horse taking out about half the field) whereas recent races provide poor jumpers and horses who have never won over fences before a chance to win to the extent where it really is just a lottery and a poor quality handicap, which I always argued was unfair to level at the traditional Grand National. Nobody seems to care that the Grand Nationals 1992 - 1996 suffered no fatalities or that the ones in 2012 before they ruined the race were freak incidents. What do we do when another horse inevitably dies? Changes will be made until it's a 10 runner flat race due to the hysterical public.
Reply Richard
7:02 AM on January 1, 2016 
There are plenty of quality horses in the National in the 70s and 80s. The fact more are in the handicap proper could equally be explained by less top top quality horses and much of a muchness in the middle. Its a shame the no hopers are discriminated against as it brought some romance. Afterall, is anyone saying the class of winner since 2000 is better than say 1970 to 1985?
Reply Lee
7:57 PM on August 2, 2015 
Hi Chris. This and the related sites are brilliant. I `ll be looking in on it a fair bit. I was amused that you shared my disappointments with Jolly`s Clump ( 1976) and Twin Oaks (1992). My first winner was Red Alligator but it took 15 years for another one. For some reason I love seeing the horrid old rayon processing plant chimney cheek by jowl with the racecourse in the old clips. I gather it was called British Enka and is commemorated in a street name, Brenka Avenue, where the Halfords on the Ormskirk Road is.

Many thanks and best wishes
Reply George
12:20 PM on July 13, 2014 
This is a goosdsite, but if you really want to know about British jockeys, you should visit Jockeypedia.co.uk
Reply Richard
7:23 AM on May 23, 2014 
re 1977 GN, there is definitely a refusal at 2nd Bechers when you look at the film.
Reply Rob Jones
3:42 AM on March 23, 2014 
Hi Anorak. I've just stumbled across your sections on 1980 and 1981, totally by accident. Both are excellent. Are there any other 80s sections available and will there be links off the homepage?
Reply Leo Micallef
4:44 AM on February 18, 2014 
I've just come across this site and it has been a fascinating read. I was particularly interested in the old meetings and whilst i knew there was a flat course i didn't realise how little jumps racing was held at the national meetings in the 50s and 60s.

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