ANTI -Stimulus Protest Demonstrations; Say What? That’s a big global fear surrounding this global economic slump. History shows economic debacles like this breed unrest, anger, frustration among those losing their jobs, etc. and thus protest demonstrations. If one watches www.worldfocus.com or...
Principles of the Stock Market
Filed under: Filed under: Principles of the Stock Market, Richard Schwartz, Inflation, US Economy, Socialism, Economic Data, The Fed, Historical Perspectve, Perspective, Federal Reserve, Extended Bear Markets, The Principle of History, Papa Bears, Government Intervention, The Big Picture, Economic Common Sense, Consumer Spending, History, Global Economy, Barack Obama, Capitalism, Hyperinflation, Congress, Economics, Depression, Bullish on America, Government, Change, Lifestyle, Living Standards, Big Picture View, US Government, The Forgotten Man, Arthur Schlesinger, The Cycles of America History, Stimulation
This week we look at a short but excellent summary of the state of the current economic crisis. I always enjoy reading David Rosenberg, the North American economist of Merrill Lynch. He has a no-nonsense style that is refreshing from most mainstream economists. The reality is that things continue to...
John Mauldin's Outside the Box
Filed under: Filed under: Housing, The Fed, GDP, Ben Bernadke, Consumer Spending, Recession, Consumer Confidence, Merrill Lynch, Barack Obama, Capex, FOMC, David Rosenberg
IN THIS ISSUE: Economy Holding Up Better Than Expected Consumer Spending Remains Strong The Fed In A Policy Box Obama Acts As If He's Already The President John McCain's Electoral Mountain The Vice Presidential Sweepstakes Introduction If you talk to people on the street just about anywhere in...