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- Gold Set for Continued Gains (Cina Coren, Daily Forex) Here is one report on gold that is optimistic after the pullback of the last few days, although the report ends by quoting a sell recommendation from UBS. We guess that is called hedging.
- Daily Report: Dollar Firm as DOW Hit Record (ActionForex.com) A little poetic couplet from Econintersect: A swoon in June; A high in July?
- To Restart Vintage NASA Probe, Private Team Turns to the ‘Borg’ (Elizabeth Howell, Space.com) An update on the report about efforts to repurpose an abandoned NASA satellite for a citizen science project. The team’s prime mission goal now is to maneuver the spacecraft into an orbit that will put it relatively close to Earth. Fuel problems appear to have possible solutions and there is still hope (reported as dimming last week) that the on-board rockets will be able to fire up and reposition the spacecraft.
- Pack Like a Nerd (Reed Kennedy, medium.com) Hat tip to Flowing Data. Here is the ultimate guide for how much underwear to pack for trips of up to one month. You can optimize to your own preferred ratio of laundry vs. luggage.
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