Tonight’s appearance will be Kudlow & Company, and I am scheduled to be on from 5:30 to 6:00 pm, plus or minus a few minutes. Also appearing: My old pal Barry Hyman, John Augustine of 5th Third Asset Management.
I have to emphasize again:
That said, I will be defending why I see "risk rising and opportunities diminishing in the U.S.
This also means that there may be a terrific buying opportunity coming up — for equities, and maybe for for Real Estate, also. But you have to be well positioned to take advantage of it.
Its not just the NYT that has a great graphics department — the WSJ has put out their fair share of terrific charts (as this blog has long since demonstrated).
Here’s the WSJ Market Scorecard for 2005:
"U.S. stocks took a backseat in 2005. Big gains in oil and gold drove commodities prices to a second-straight banner year, while the Fed’s faithful campaign to raise interest rates made bond yields the talk of Wall Street. Here is a scorecard for major financial-market indicators:"
The graphs are actually too wide for my layout, so they require a 2nd click . . .