Yo ur Daily Profit December 18, 2008 *****Tech Spending *****Stop Losses ***** Stock Summit 2008: Profits After the Fall Dear Investor, Up 359 on Tuesday, down 99 on Wednesday. I can live with that. But I still have to wonder how long the relative optimism for stocks will last. General Electric (NYSE...
Leverage Is an 8 Letter Word If Loans Are So Cheap, Why Don't They Sell? Deflation and Helicopters: Time for a Review Commercial Property Loans Start to Haunt the Banks Warren Makes a Bet Thanksgiving, Moving, and New Orleans Leverage is an eight-letter word, which the markets now regard as twice...
Thoughts From The Frontline
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Bloomberg reports today that major money manager, Mark Mobius, has joined four financial titans (Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase; Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs; John Mack, Morgan Stanley; and Richard Fuld, Lehman Bros.) in proclaiming that the end of the credit crisis is in sight. Such statements are astonishing...
Musing on the Markets
Vinny Catalano, CFA
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