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Sunday, 23 June 2013
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 4:39 PM
Wednesday, 10 September 2008
The "Argentinization" of America
Topic: Fashion & Leasure
Fashion and Economics here in Argentina,…….   Looks like the way the American Economy is going is a straight Argentinization of America, a Argentine Style Economic Bust, so as you see we are a unique country and it seems the world is about to follow us, I am sure it will make, at least, our politicians here very happy, ………. Economics like fashion, is that "the latest cultural trend is to be unique. to be part of the exquisite VIP section of society lays on the fact that those who belong are not mass manufactured, not mass consumers, but elite consumers, one of a kind people. The outside appearance of a celebrity cannot be now purchased at a department store, for they customize their look, their style, themselves. Nowadays clothing and fashion are approaching this conception of production. Each item, each shirt, skirt, sock, shoe are kind of unique but not in a couture way, but in a more casual way."-- bob frassinetti The "Argentinization" of America
By Chris Mayer
Every morning, I descend on my bevy of newspapers, which I cheerfully digest over a hot mug of tea. Yesterday, the headlines of all the newspapers carried the same story: the U.S. government's takeover of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Does this really promise big change in the course of U.S. financial markets?Both companies trade on the New York Stock Exchange. So both companies supposedly belong to shareholders. But Fannie and Freddie were never really private companies. Congress created the mortgage giants by charter (hence, they are called government-sponsored enterprises, or GSEs). Therefore, Fannie and Freddie have long operated in a sort of limbo as a result, neither fish nor fowl. Both carry the implicit guarantee that if something went truly wrong, the government would come along and make it right. And so it has. Bondholders are happy today. Stockholders are not. Fannie Mae dropped 90% yesterday. Freddie Mac tumbled 83%. I have no flag in either camp, but I certainly have no sympathy for the stockholders. Anyone who gave them a fair look could see that both GSEs were ticking time bombs. In fact, I wrote an essay for the Mises Institute titled "Mortgage Market Socialism" way back in 2002. I pointed out the dangers of the growth of these GSEs far outpacing that of the mortgage market. If I may quote: "The longer the GSEs are able to expand as they have, the more certain it becomes that someday taxpayers will have to bear the cost of such excess." This is one of those times when I am not happy to have gotten it right. Taxpayers -- of which I am one -- will now pay for these mistakes. Yet despite all of the hubbub in the papers, this is nothing new. This action by the U.S. government does not really signify any sea change in financial markets. It's just another step in a long journey on the same path. If you read financial history, you come to appreciate this overwhelmingly powerful trend. As Freeman Tilden wrote in his 1935 book A World in Debt:
 
"The whole progress of the legislative attitude toward the debtor, from the Roman Republic to the present day, has been steadily, though with occasional backward lapses, toward making debt easier to incur, lightening the burden of carrying and softening the consequences of default."
The fancy modern words for this process are the "democratization of credit" and the "socialization of risk." Another excellent historical study of this process is James Grant's Money of the Mind: Borrowing and Lending in America From the Civil War to Michael Milken. It is beautifully written, for one thing. And it will show you this process has been going on for a long, long time. I don't usually comment much about big picture events. But the bailout of Fannie and Freddie deserves some sort of comment -- mainly because I fear that yesterday's bailout speeds the United States down a perilous path.I fear that we might be going the way of Argentina. One day, we'll have some major Argentine-style financial crisis. We'll have Argentine inflation and a similar loss of faith in the banking system and the currency. The government will chew away and destroy a lot of wealth in the process. Hopefully, I won't quote myself on that someday soon. In the meantime, though, I think one of the best things an investor can do is focus on buying useful and tangible assets that ought to hold their value against a depreciating paper currency. These assets include oil and gas, metals and minerals and land and water rights. The shares of the companies that own or find these assets ought to do well. Commodities will have their day in the sun once again. [Joel's Note: As it so happens, Chris has spent the last few years amassing a portfolio chock full of just these kind of companies - that is, a bundle of royalty investments in the ultra-profitable resource sector. As a special offer for Rude readers, Chris has compiled a special report he calls the "Chaffee Royalty Program." We'd urge anyone interested in protecting their future wealth (and earning some along the way) to check it out. Right now you can grab this report, along with six (6) FREE months of his most valuable research, for half price. Give it a read right here P.S. This offer is available until midnight tomorrow, OR (and this is very important) until the available 2,000 spots are filled Oh, and a quick heads-up: Chris has the best reader retention rate of all of Agora's newsletters. Put simply, when people sign up with Chris, they stick with him. The waiting list to get in on this deal is sure to long and slow, so if you wish to avoid disappointment, act now  

 


Posted by bob frassinetti at 11:56 AM
Thursday, 28 August 2008
BAFWeek Buenos Aires Fashion 2008
Topic: Fashion & Leasure
"the latest cultural trend is to be unique. to be part of the exquisite VIP section of society lays on the fact that those who belong are not mass manufactured, not mass consumers, but elite consumers, one of a kind people.the outside appearance of a celebrity cannot be now purchased at a department store, for they customize their look, their style, themselves.nowadays clothing and fashion are approaching this conception of production.each item, each shirt, skirt, sock, shoe are kind of unique but not in a couture way, but in a more casual way."-- bob frassinetti
Primera parte BAFWeek Todos los desfiles, backstages, primera fila y más
lanacion.com | Moda y belleza | Jueves 28 de agosto de 2008
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Fashion hunting in BA

 

Buenos Aires is growing and developing at a fantastic range. This statement not only applies to the uptown chick neighborhoods that have regained glamour and class after the 2001 crash, but also to uprising locations that once were unknown residential neighborhoods and have now blossomed beautifully. Such is the case of the once Palermo Viejo –Old Palermo- now also Palermo Hollywood and Soho. Today this area is home to avant-garde restaurants, pubs, cafes and the most trendy and gorgeous shops.

If seeking for fashion, the Palermo area is a must. If it’s happening in Palermo it’s happening in the city, and you must have first saw it in Palermo. All top designers have seemed to agree that the best possible show room to exhibit their creations and give their customers a preferential treat had to be in Palermo along the main fashion streets: Honduras, El Salvador, Armenia and Malabia. Blending harmoniously with the quietness and tranquility of the neighborhood, these shops are recycled art nouveau and art deco houses; inside, the marvelous creations plus a very comfortable space to enjoy your shopping. In spite of the general shared atmosphere Palermo beholds a wide range of designers and styles and leaves no one out. On the corner of Gurruchaga and El Salvador, Antique Denim is the place for those classic shoppers who are not very fond of innovation in terms of style but do care a great deal for quality. Simple, elegant, very royalty casual ware like with touches of innovation. Rapsodia is the hip and hot spot for hippie chick urban oriental dressers. Fantastic Asian fabrics turned into outstanding designs are this shop’s mayor input. It’s a place were you can design your own style knowing you won’t bump on the streets or at the club with a twin like sister. All designs are limited editions and each style appears unique. Also to be found on El Salvador St. there’s a vintage chick treasure. Maria Facchinelli’s designs bring up the 1930 and 40s glamour and femininity through using great fabrics, laces and accessories with simple and perfect cut designs. Though the options are limited, who said the more the merrier? Here few and quality are a superb couple.The 2004 comeback 80s is very well taken advantage of in Maria Cher. Upgrading classic 80s designs using fantastic fabrics this collection takes very well advantage of a world trend and Argentineans it, translating a global style into the Latin American chick audience of great taste and fantastic sculpture bodies. Sizes are small. A few steps away is Jazmin Chebar’s shop, the mecca to classic and quality clothing and accessories combined with fantastic materials and prints. During the winter season, Chebar offers a fantastic option of leather goods that outcast all the traditional leather outfits sold at Florida street. Martín Churba has his own show-room/workshop on Armenia St. were the avant-garde dresser would find all sorts of terrific outfits and cloths. Experimental fabrics and futuristic designs are Churba’s trademarks. His high quality standard and visionary fashion style had led him to the world’s fashion Meccas of New York, Rome and Paris.Also on Armenia St. –which seems to be the road to experimental fashion- is Seco, a rainwear shop. A fantastic idea that has been very well put together with complementary casual wear and funny lingerie. On Honduras St. Mariana Capriano blends comfort and great taste offering a wide range of patterns and fabrics in fantastic clothing.  Of course this is just a sample of what can be found in terms of fashion in Palermo. Very representative of the style variation and possibilities that can be found in this hip and hot spot of Buenos Aires. Prices range from $40 up, but remember, these are prices in Argentine pesos, three times less than in dollars (3 pesos to 1 dollar at the current exchange range). Reasonable rates, great quality and a variety of design options to choose from are the main pillars of this fashion spot in the heart of Palermo.   For further information on stores, addresses and prices please contact us.    

And so if you Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2008 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 6965 1955. Or when in B's A's: 15 6965 1955. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina



Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:11 PM
Updated: Thursday, 28 August 2008 1:29 PM
Thursday, 24 January 2008
Fashion Week Brazil 2008
Topic: Fashion & Leasure
Tendencias
En su 24ª edición, una visión moderna y tecnológica del diseño
LANACION.com | Moda y belleza | Jueves 24 de enero de 2008


Posted by bob frassinetti at 9:30 PM
Friday, 24 August 2007
The Buenos Aires Fashion Week 2007
Topic: Fashion & Leasure

·Three days of Fashion in the BA F Week .......

 

 

 

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Fashion and Bob Frassinetti.

 

East of Eden. Season, The Dark Side of the Luna Phase. "the latest cultural trend is to be unique. to be part of the exquisite VIP section of society lays on the fact that those who belong are not mass manufactured, not mass consumers, but elite consumers, one of a kind people.the outside appearance of a celebrity cannot be now purchased at a department store, for they customize their look, their style, themselves.nowadays clothing and fashion are approaching this conception of production.each item, each shirt, skirt, sock, shoe are kind of unique but not in a couture way, but in a more casual way."-- bob frassinetti

 

And so if you Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina



Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:55 PM
Updated: Friday, 24 August 2007 2:03 PM

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