Month: October 2009

Links and Reading for October 31st

Some of the more interesting and important items for October 31st :

Time Warner to take $100 million charge on Time cuts – Ouch
U.S. Bancorp Acquires Nine Banks Seized by Regulators, Accelerating Growth – The small shall die and give birth to a monster
Union Rejects Ford Deal – Here...

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S&P Sector Scorecard – The October Carnage

The month was tough. More ups and downs than a yo-yo. In the end, the bears were finally triumphant in beating down the bulls. This is the first time that we have seen a down month for the major indicies since March.

Below is the snapshot. Click HERE for a pdf...

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Spending, Income and Savings , OH MY!

The numbers posted today are a touch concerning as we are seeing the biggest drop in spending over the past 9-months. This ties into the drop in consumer sentiment numbers we saw earlier this week. Retailers may not take well to this trend.

Wages and salaries that had been on the...

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DHUnplugged 38: Is the Market About to Collapse?

Here is our latest conversation. new insights for anyone who invests in anything. This week we highlight a discussion about specific stocks to examine. Plus: Is the market setting you up for a crash?

Links from Show can be seen HERE

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Behind the GDP Number

From Dismal.com, with comments below each section:
The expansion of real GDP in the third quarter is the clearest indication yet that the deepest recession in the U.S. since the Great Depression is now over. However, the recovery remains very dependent on support from fiscal and monetary policy.
Of course...

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