Big Picture Market Comments, 2003

Not-So-Hidden Agenda: Strategic and Economic Assessments of U.S. led Invasion in the Middle East
A special pre-war issue: March 19, 2003

The Peril of Predictions , November 1, 2002

September Surprise?, August 29, 2002

“Fear and Panic, or Anger and Disgust?, July 12, 2002

Search for Capitulation?, June 15, 2002

Confirmation!, May 14, 2002

“Revisiting Arms/More on Thesis Confirmation”, April 29, 2002

What’s Wrong with Wall Street?, April 23, 2002

Confirming the Thesis, April 22, 2002

Yesterday’s Rally, Today’s Action, Tomorrow’s Prediction?, April 17, 2002

Arms Index Again?, April 12, 2002

A Tale of Two Rallies January 4, 2002

How Sustainable is the Recent Rate of Advance?, December 2, 2001

Retest or Retracement?, October 31, 2001

Waiting for Godot?, October 17, 2001

Market Analysis in a Time of Terrorism, October 5, 2001

Post 9/11 Market Reaction, September 22, 2001

A Personal Recollection From a Day of Horror, September 12, 2001

Handcuffed to a Corpse, August 29, 2001

The Blind Men and the Elephant , August 15, 2001

Why Does Economics Makes People Insane?, August 2, 2001

Forwards or Backwards?, July 25, 2001

4 Key Drivers for Today’s Move Up, July 12, 2001

A Dozen Ways to Countdown to the Summer Rally, June 29, 2001

Here We Go Again: More Reasons to get Bullish June 18, 2001

Angells & Blodgetts & Schrodingers’ Cat June 17, 2001

Back from Euroland, June 7, 2001

The Myth of the “Short Covering” Rally , May 15, 2001

What’s a hedge?, May 10, 2001

From Chaos, Comes Opportunity , May 1, 2001

Spring Clean Your Portfolio, April 25, 2001

Hibernation?, April 18, 2001

Bull or Bear?, March 31, 2001

10 Reasons to Start Getting Bullish, March 20, 2001

Love the Company, Hate the Stock, February 24, 2001

2000 Commentary (Archives)



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