Media Coverage: A select group

Here’s a select group of broad media coverage over the past year; If you want to get a handle on what I have said in the past, and when I said it, this is as good a place as any to start:

Reasons to Pout?
WSJ, January 6, 2006


A Bear Explains Himself
BusinessWeek, JANUARY 5, 2006
The BW Market Survey’s gloomiest forecaster, Barry Ritholtz says globalization and pricing pressures will impede corporate profits in 2006

The BusinessWeek 2006 Market Survey 
DECEMBER 26, 2005 2006 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK

What the In-Crowd Knows
From Hollywood to Wall Street, Our Guide to the Blogs Insiders Read to Stay Current
WSJ, November 16, 2005; Page D1   

Higher Energy Prices Take Toll on Consumer Confidence
The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, 2005-10-15

Shopped Out?    
WSJ, August 31, 2005

Economic Data May Be Juiced, Too
BARRONS, AUGUST 3, 2005      

Where Will Rates Go From Here? Experts Consider the Fed’s Path
WSJ, June 15, 2005

Enjoy It While It Lasts
Smart Money, June 2, 2005

Ritholtz Blog/Research:

What the In-Crowd Knows
From Hollywood to Wall Street, Our Guide to the Blogs Insiders Read to Stay Current
WSJ, November 16, 2005; Page D1   

Blogging For Dollars
Business Week, JULY 11, 2005

Not Another Blah, Blah Blog   
"Well worth it."
BARRONS ELECTRONIC INVESTOR, MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2005   

Category: Media

Part II — Q&A: Paul Desmond of Lowry’s Reports

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology, Technical Analysis

Q&A: Paul Desmond of Lowry’s Reports

Category: Investing, Markets, Psychology

A Curious Dependency on Data

Category: Economy, Federal Reserve

Blog Shirt

Category: Weblogs

Paul Desmond interview – coming this weekend!

Category: Technical Analysis

Does Tres. Secy Snow Get the Difference Between CapEx and Cap Gains?

Category: Economy

Twilight of the Blogs

Category: Financial Press, Media, Psychology, Weblogs

Fan Memo to Music Industry: Lower Prices

Category: Music

Secular Changes in Interest Rates

Category: Federal Reserve, Inflation, Markets