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The battle lines have been clearly drawn between the inefficiency and wastefulness of government spending on one hand, and the resiliency and resourcefulness of the American people on the other.
Recapping 2008, one of the most difficult years on record. Will government intervention solve the problem? What to expect in 2009.
Despite one of the worst bear markets on record, the focus should be on individual stocks and not in search of some magical moment to dive head first into any or all stocks.
Every once is a while the stock market, in its collective wisdom, makes an important statement. In the meantime, are we confident in our financial institutions, our markets, or even in capitalism itself?
It may be a bit of a generalization, but I believe the US is going into austerity mode and it may last for a while. But is this good or bad?
Paying tribute to the passing of legendary broadcaster, Jim McKay as we discuss the human drama of economic competition, which has no shortage of marquee events.
Mega mergers always raise interesting questions and in the midst of these deals there is no place to hide for corporate CEOs.
Virtually every meaningful bottom in stock prices is marked by one “final” negative event that becomes the catalyst for the turn around.
For a generation who lived beyond their means is it now time to pay the piper? Can we really become a nation of savers after all these years of rampant consumption?