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Living in a country where the word “trillion” is used to talk about budget deficits, Fed balance sheets, and the national debt, it’s hard to get excited about the new record monthly budget deficit reached in the U.K. last month at about $35 billion (£23.3 billion). But, they’re certainly getting excited about it over there as this report in The Telegraph details:

The figure, which excludes financial interventions by the Government, was a marked increase on the £17.4bn a year earlier and beat the previous highest monthly borrowing record of £21.1bn in December 2009, according to the official figures. Total public borrowing for the year to date now stands at £104.4bn, the ONS said, creeping closer to the Government’s target of £149bn for the financial year. Economists have warned the coalition is in danger of exceeding the target – and overshooting the Office for Budget Responsibility’s recently downgraded forecast of £148.5bn for the year. The bigger-than-expected figure will be seen by Chancellor George Osborne as supporting the need for recent austerity measures, which include an £81bn package of spending cuts and a hike in VAT next year. Economists were braced for a rise in the year-on-year level of public borrowing in November but none predicted a figure so high.

Even in the larger version of the image above at the Telegraph, it’s hard to tell with any certainty if there’s a horrified look on the faces of the family in what appears to be a rapidly rising debt balloon – if there’s not, there should be.

Tim Iacono
on Seeking Alpha

There is one sector that hedge funds have an absolute laser focus on these days, and that is technology stocks. This is where they will be pouncing at the first sign of another upside breakout, much like a famished tiger might behave. Some of the highest quality names have had the biggest falls, and they are now flaunting dividend yields greater than the 3.3% found on 10 year Treasury bonds.

Look at Intel (INTC), which at $21 is selling at a paltry 11.8 times earnings and a 3% dividend yield, and generates the bulk of its sales in the highest growth sectors of the global economy. After the dotcom bust of 2000, these bad boys spent nearly a decade in the penalty box, shunned by the investing world as the poster boys for wild excess. Think Robert Downey, Jr. on steroids. During this time, cash balances doubled, free cash flows soared, outstanding shares shrank, and multiples fell to a tenth of their bubblicious peaks.

I started recommending this group at the absolute bottom of the market in March, 2008 (click here for the call at ), and it was no surprise to me when they outperformed almost every sector on the upside. With 60%-80% of their earnings coming from abroad, primarily Asia, I saw them really as foreign stocks wearing cowboy hats, pearl snap buttoned shirts, and Ray Ban aviator sunglasses. They did not need banks, as they are almost entirely self financed, immunizing them from the credit crunch. They avoided many of the management errors that torpedoed so many other US firms, like derivatives books, leveraged real estate exposure, and LBO debt, and outright stealing. While their American customers were getting poorer, their two billion overseas customers were getting much richer.

The industry represents the last, best hope that America has for competing globally, as it is our only means of staying on top of the international value added chain. It seems that in addition to bulk commodities like corn, wheat, soybeans, coal, timber, aircraft, weapons, movies, and porn, tech companies are among the few that make things foreigners actually want to buy from us.

The lessons of the bubble made them ultra conservative in their capital spending, which will lead to product shortages and much higher prices in any recovery. There are short squeezes developing for a whole range of tech components. Memory, for example, has seen no capex at all for three years. They are surfing the wave of innovation, and will cash in big time from the mobile computing revolution, cloud computing, and the virtualization of data centers.

During the last tech bubble, the industry did not have the global market that it does today. Now, demand from the rising emerging market middle class is kicking in, as it is for commodities. The 32 month tech rally we saw from the 2009 lows could just be the down payment of a decade long bull market in these stocks, which will then end with another bubble down the road. When John Chambers, a first class manager, discusses Cisco’s (CSCO) long term outlook, he is so effusive, he sounds like he is on ecstasy.

Take a look at IBM (IBM), Juniper Networks (JNPR), Cisco Systems (CSCO), and JDS Uniphase (JDSU). Long dated call spreads in any of these make sense on a decent dip. You can also look at the Technology Select Sector SPDR (XLK), the PowerShares QQQ (QQQQ), or the leveraged ProShares Ultra Technology (ROM).

To see the data, charts, and graphs that support this research piece, as well as more iconoclastic and out-of-consensus analysis, please visit me at . There, you will find the conventional wisdom mercilessly flailed and tortured daily, and my last two years of research reports available for free. You can also listen to me on Hedge Fund Radio by clicking on “This Week on Hedge Fund Radio” in the upper right corner of my home page.

Peter Schiff on the Fed and its idiotic chairman

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