Another appearance on Kudlow & Co. tonite, from 7ish to 7:30pm (ish).
Also on the show tonight are Jim Awad, chairman of WP Stewart Asset Management, Jeremy Siegel, Wharton finance
professor & author of "Stocks for the Long Run", and Stefan Abrams,
Bryden-Abrams Investment Management managing partner.
Topics for discussion:
- Disappointing Existing and New Home Sales, and Durable Goods;
- Oil’s run to ~$106, up $4.77 today;
- Oracle’s top line revenue miss;
If you haven’t seen the front page WSJ article, that is scheduled to come up for discussion. Stocks Tarnished By ‘Lost Decade’ — U.S. Shares in Longest Funk Since 1970s.
Here’s the WSJ graphic:
See the 100 year chart I posted a few years ago about this exact subject:
A few other data points to note when considering the monthly changes (our earlier NAR Spin discussion): > 1) February 2009 was a leap year — the month had an extra day, and without that I sincerely doubt we would have seen any gain (I wonder how they adjusted for that). > 2) The Composite…Read More