Is Bernanke All Alone?

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It’s almost as if the EU and the U.S. Congress are in a contest to see which group can do the most damage to the global… Read more

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The Wages of Austerity

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“If global policy makers could focus on structural as opposed to cyclical financial solutions, new normal growth as opposed to recession might be… Read more

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Who is Responsible?

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Not only are we failing to get any traction to employment due to the stagnant economy, companies that have screwed up are … Read more

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What the Fed is Waiting For

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So, let me start today by offering my apologies if you had difficulty … Read more

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Consumer Spending Rises

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For the U.S. economy to sink back into recession, or for corporate profits to make a meaningful decline, consumer spending… Read more

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Europe’s Bogey-Man

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Investors have been acting as if there is a financial bogey-man lurking out there, ready to confirm the sum of all our financial fears…. Read more

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The Rise of the Machines (MSFT, NOG)

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For the second time in a week, we had a “margin call” day. That’s what I’ve started to call those days where the market … Read more

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China Plays Ball

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On Tuesday, I discussed in Daily Profit how cooperation between the U.S. Read more

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