Posts filed under “Digital Media”

Madoff’s Prison Twitter Page

This is too damn funny!


via Jeans Blog

Category: Digital Media, Humor, Markets

The Biggest A.I.G. Counterparties

> Source: A.I.G.’s Bailout Priorities Are in Critics’ Cross Hairs GRETCHEN MORGENSON NYT March 17, 2009

Category: Bailouts, Derivatives, Digital Media, Hedge Funds

GDP-Based Supercycle Valuation And Timing Oscillator

Bob Bronson (BRONSON CAPITAL MARKETS RESEARCH) looks at GDP and Valuation: We prefer the following construct of the stock market vs. GDP. Note that it does not require any multi-year averaging, like the methodology illustrated in the chart at the bottom does, and as required for corporate earnings in Supercycle market P/E valuation metrics. And…Read More

Category: Digital Media, Economy, Technical Analysis

Week’s Rally

Nice Rally last week: via WSJ

Category: Credit, Digital Media, Markets

Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley vs Rivals

> Source: Resurrection on Wall Street ANDREW BARY Barron’s March 16, 2009

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Finance

Society’s Only Protection

Marcia whipped up this amusing parody:

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Financial Press

Bad News for Newspapers

The newspaper industry, laden with heavy debt, is forcing companies into bankruptcy. Money-losing papers are closing. Here’s a look at the remaining newspapers, by city and circulation: > via NYT > Source: As Cities Go From Two Papers to One, Talk of Zero RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA NYT, March 11, 2009

Category: Digital Media, Financial Press


Pharyngula Flowing Data >

Category: Digital Media

How a Loan Becomes a Scam

The Seattle Times has an interesting look at Mortage fraud cases, showing how real-estate insiders were scamming the system for profit: > How a Loan Becomes a Scam Publish at Scribd or explore others: Finance & Investing Business & Legal mortgages real estat Former Bellevue loan officer is expected to appear for sentencing in federal…Read More

Category: Credit, Digital Media, Legal, Markets, Real Estate

Restoring the imbalance

Unfortunately, imbalances are being restored too quickly for policy makers to counteract… > > …the decline in the velocity of money, highlighting asset markets’ close correlation with exports in Asia and commodity markets in GEMs. > > Source: Nomura Secruties

Category: Bailouts, Digital Media, Markets