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Doug Kass: Being Out of the Market is the Most Crowded Trade
A few days ago Doug Kass asked 10 questions for the bulls, and he now asks 10 questions addressed to bearish investors. The answer ...
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European debt crisis at “the end of the beginning,” says Martin Wolf
After months of being “behind the curve”, European policymakers are “finally aware” of the acute nature of the crisis, says Martin ...
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The Shocking Cost of Regulation
I saw some shocking numbers this week on the costs of regulation by the U.S. government. An article in the online Wall Street Jour ...
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Learning from the S&P 500 Monthly Moving Averages
This article is a guest contribution by Doug Short of dshort.com Last week I analyzed the Nikkei 225 monthly closes since 1970 to ...
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Face-to face with the bears: Marc Faber and Mish Shedlock
In the three-part interview below, Aaron Task and Henry Blodget of Yahoo Finance - Tech Ticker interview Marck Faber, publisher of ...
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Barry Ritholtz Sticks with Stocks, Especially Emerging Markets
“As long as the Fed is going to make money free … it’s hard to find a short,” said blogger and FusionIQ CEO Barry Ritholtz. Accord ...
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The Melt-Up Continues: Pros are buying the rally
Barry Ritholtz, CEO of FusionIQ, reminds us that in 1973-74, the market fell 44%, then rallied 78%. He says he is not calling the ...
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Bob Prechter – “Step Aside” From Long Positions
I yesterday published a short post on “When will the rally end“, quoting Ned Davis’s indicators. It also makes for interesting rea ...
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Shiller: Stocks fairly valued but could “go down a lot”
With the S&P 500 Index after yesterday’s surge again slightly above the “neckline” (of the head-and-shoulders formation referr ...
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