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David Rosenberg: Where to Go For Positive Returns

David Rosenberg: Where to Go For Positive Returns
    David Rosenberg discusses how the 3 D's (Deleveraging, Deflation, and Demographics) are hurting markets, and where investors can go for positive returns, with Wealthtrack's Consuelo Mack. ...
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David Rosenberg On Austerity, Politics, And The Light At The End Of The Tunnel

David Rosenberg On Austerity, Politics, And The Light At The End Of The Tunnel
  by David Rosenberg, Chief Investment Strategist, Gluskin Sheff "PARTING OF THE CLOUDS?" Austerity is not some dirty nine-letter word as the socialists in Europe would have you ...
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Jeff Rubin: The End of Growth

Jeff Rubin: The End of Growth
    Jeff Rubin, author of The End of Growth (his second best-selling instalment), discusses the effect and ramifications of expensive-to-produce oil, in the context of the developed ...
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David Rosenberg (Strategic Investment Conference)

David Rosenberg (Strategic Investment Conference)
Submitted by Lance Roberts of Streettalk Advisors Guest Post: Strategic Investment Conference: David Rosenberg STRATEGIC INVESTMENT CONFERENCE – DAY 1 If you haven’t read the notes from the ...
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Weakness Overseas on Chinese and European PMIs

Weakness Overseas on Chinese and European PMIs
  I had a sense in the latter part of last week that each time we kept bouncing off S&P 1370, that this market was going to do ...
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BRIC Country PMI, New Business, Employment, Exports, Mfg Import Purchases

BRIC Country PMI, New Business, Employment, Exports, Mfg Import Purchases
  by Richard Shaw, QVM Group HSBC Emerging Markets PMI Index rises to 53.4 from 52.4 for 2012 Q1 Stephen King, HSBC’s Chief Economist, said: “The latest HSBC ...
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The Outlook for Earnings (Brown)

The Outlook for Earnings (Brown)
  by Dr. Scott Brown, Ph. D, Chief Economist, Raymond James April 9 – April 13, 2012 The stock market has risen nicely this year, partly on improving ...
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Paul Kasriel's Parting Thoughts - Mary Matlin's Economics

Paul Kasriel's Parting Thoughts - Mary Matlin's Economics
Kasriel’s Parting Thoughts – Mary Matlin’s Economics March 29, 2012 by Paul Kasriel, Chief Economist, Northern Trust As many of you know, I will be retiring from The ...
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Rosenberg, Lee Debate Outlook for U.S. Stocks

Rosenberg, Lee Debate Outlook for U.S. Stocks
Thomas Lee, chief U.S. equity strategist of JPMorgan Chase, and David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist of Gluskin Sheff & Associates, talk about the outlook for U.S. stocks ...
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The Rebirth of the Actively Managed U.S. Stock Fund

The Rebirth of the Actively Managed U.S. Stock Fund
By Nic Colas of ConvergEx Group, The persistent negative investment flows at U.S. listed mutual funds specializing in domestic stocks is one of the most important long-term trends ...
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David Rosenberg: U.S. Economy is Still Fragile

David Rosenberg: U.S. Economy is Still Fragile
David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Associates, talks about the outlook for the U.S. and European economies. Source: Bloomberg, January 9, 2012. ...
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David Rosenberg says Europe May Pull U.S. Into Recession

David Rosenberg says Europe May Pull U.S. Into Recession
David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff and Associates, talks about Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis and the possible impact on the U.S. economy. He also discusses the ...
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Paul Kasriel: We're All Keynesians Now - Except Me

Paul Kasriel: We're All Keynesians Now - Except Me
This post is a guest contribution by Paul Kasriel, chief economist of The Northern Trust  Company. If you want federal debt reduction, you are going to get it ...
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David Rosenberg in Depth - Are We In a Recession?

David Rosenberg in Depth - Are We In a Recession?
This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack interviews one of the few economists to foresee the global economic slowdown. Gluskin Sheff’s David Rosenberg saw signs of trouble as chief ...
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Roman Empire Under Pressure: Margin Call of 4-5 Billion Euros as Clearing House Raises Deposit Requirements on Italian Bonds

Roman Empire Under Pressure: Margin Call of 4-5 Billion Euros as Clearing House Raises Deposit Requirements on Italian Bonds
Roman Empire Under Pressure Margin Call of 4-5 Billion Euros as Clearing House Raises Deposit Requirements on Italian Bonds Yields on Italian bonds rose once again on Tuesday ...
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