Month: October 2008

Strategy Lab: Are we Economically Socialist?

From my latest MSN Strategy Lab journal:

Are we now economically socialist? Communists?

As the global economy struggles for a positive change during this financial crisis, it is apparent that the United States is having an identity crisis. Capitalism has long been the reason for the United States‘ economic power. It has...

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Video: Don’t trust anyone…

The Wall Street Journal journalists spent some time discussing how the old guard of Wall Street cannot be trusted as “Prophets” for Profits”

I am not sure I like some of the basic and general commentary that is somewhat wishy-washy and lacks detail. But interesting to watch. Thoughts?

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Links and Reading for October 22nd

A few of the more important reading items and links for October 22nd :

Company pensions expected to take big hit – The deficit will have to be dealt with through large, unplanned cash infusions, which will be difficult given tight liquidity in the market.
Fed Offers More Help to Money...

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Strategy Lab: Buying Yahoo!

I have looked closely at our performance since August and made some definite conclusions. Even as I am still in 1st place, the portfolio is down 5%. Looking to buy Yahoo! (YHOO) as well…

From my latest MSN Strategy Lab journal:

What a mess. Markets are in disarray, investors are anxious and...

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Links and Reading for October 20th

A few of the more important reading items and links for October 20th :

New credit-crunch casualties hit Hong Kong sentiment – Unbelievably fast change of direction…."The mood in Hong Kong has gone from fear to gloom, as evidence mounts that the financial contagion is fast spreading from financial institutions to...

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