Posts filed under “Financial Press”

Podcast: Slowly Coming Out of Hibernation

Disciplined_investor 

http://www.thedisciplinedinvestor.com/blog/2008/10/12/tdi-podcast-78-barry-ritholtz-big-picture/

We discuss Cramer’s Monday
sell-everything call along with market sentiment and the reasons it may
be a good time to start thinking about the long side. Barry has held a
bearish sentiment for some time and it looks as though he may be slowly
coming out of his hibernation.

Category: Financial Press, Podcast

Why is Barron’s Banned From CNBC?

Category: Financial Press, Really, really bad calls, Television, Trading

Is Wells Fargo “Sugarcoating” Balance Sheet?

Category: Data Analysis, Finance, Financial Press, Legal

The Economy is Just Fine . . .

Category: Economy, Financial Press, Really, really bad calls

Economist Debate on Regulation: Scholes vs Stiglitz

Source:

http://www.economist.com/debate/index.cfm?debate_id=14&action=hall

Category: Financial Press, Psychology, Taxes and Policy

Bernanake: We’re Laying the Groundwork for Recovery

Category: Bailouts, Economy, Federal Reserve, Financial Press

Barron’s Magazine Cover . . .

Fascinating juxtaposition between the cover of this week’s Barron’s and the market action today: A bull, crying over the market, with the tissue box chart pointing downwards. (There were bullish articles inside, like this: America For Sale: Price Reduced) That hit my inbox Saturday morning. Today, the Dow had its biggest single point gain ever:…Read More

Category: Contrary Indicators, Financial Press, Markets, Psychology

Global Bailout Linkfest

Category: Bailouts, Financial Press

Time Cover: Soup Lines

Category: Contrary Indicators, Financial Press, Psychology

Fears of Recession?

Category: Credit, Economy, Financial Press