Month: April 2010

David Rosenberg: “Ban the Bailouts”

In his daily morning piece, David Rosenberg discusses some of the important aspects of the current daily happenings. One thing that caught our eye was the comment that bailouts should be banned. What happens when the bailouts stop and Greece defaults? That cannot be a good decision, can it Dave?


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DH Unplugged #62- EuroDoom, U.S. Boom

Here is our latest conversation . new insights for anyone who invests in anything. This week we highlight a discussion about Europe, Goldman, and a few stocks that are making headlines.

NEW! We are now tracking the stocks that Andrew discusses each episode. Here is the link…

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Links and Reading for April 28th

Some of the more interesting and important items for April 28th :

Most U.S. Factory Jobs Lost in Slump May Stay Empty in Recovery – U.S. manufacturers will fill fewer than 30 percent of 2 million lost factory jobs as the economy recovers over the next six years, according to an...

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Greece and Portugal – Parabolic Risk

Another day, another downgrade. After the grilling that the ratings agencies have been taking over the past few weeks (and past year), they are now in high gear. Perhaps they are desirous of getting in front of the news or maybe they are tired of being scolded by Congress about...

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TDI Podcast 158: Curzio and Horowitz Ride Again!

If you have not had a chance to listen it to this week’s podcast – be sure to do so… It was a great discussion.

Guest: Frank Curzio discusses homebuilders, the gaming industry, the economy and more. What are some of the best ideas for the next phase of ...

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