Andrew takes some time in the heat of the summer to talk about the current market conditions and the risks that may not be so obvious. Economics are getting softer by the day and how to handle the news flow. In this episode, there is a complete review of the...
Month: July 2011
Jul 28, 2011
If you have been a longtime reader, you will remember that there was a time that we were adamant about the inevitable fall of Croc’s (CROX). That was back in 2007-2008. At that time, Croc’s was a “fashion” trend and it seemed that everyone was wearing those bright colored clunker...
Jul 25, 2011
Apple (AAPL) has been doing a great job at producing impressive growth in revenue and earnings. Sure, they were on the brink of disaster back in the late 1990’s, but they were able to put their resources to work with new innovations which have become a key to their current...
Jul 24, 2011
Guests: Frank Curzio and Vitaliy Katsenelson have some interesting thoughts on the state of economics in China an around the world. Frank covers the small-cap, low-priced stock universe and we get some good ideas from him on that subject. Vitaliy is really sour on China. He has a very strong...
Jul 24, 2011
In the editorial section of IBD this weekend, there was an excellent article that caught my eye. As all of the gamesmanship and immaturity has been focusing on the debt ceiling, the news coverage regarding the poorly execute jobs recovery plan has apparently been shifted – at least temporarily. With...
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