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Economic Outlook
March 03, 2009 Posted by
Fed Chairman Bernanke made a good analogy when he compared the housing bailout to a smoking neighbor who carelessly sets his home on fire which threatens yours. Would you call the fire department? Of course you would. Rick Santelli should know better.
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Economic Outlook
February 18, 2009 Posted by
It's only a month before spring but we can already feel the fog beginning to lift. Of course, today's fog is the heaviest and thickest fog seen in a while, but it feels good to see a potential positive, in any case.
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Economic Outlook
February 10, 2009 Posted by
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, close to 600,000 additional Americans will not need to "tumble outta bed" so early in February.
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Economic Outlook
February 03, 2009 Posted by
The first day of my game theory class in undergraduate school, the professor asked everyone in the room to write down on a piece of paper either an "X" or a "Y" and hand it in.
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Economic Outlook
January 27, 2009 Posted by
Many people who were used to preboarding in previous years will be saddled with the coach crowd for much of 2009 - that is,
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Economic Outlook
January 20, 2009 Posted by
The cycle described above can be applied to today's economy quite well. It can be easy to focus on today's individual economic statistics too much and lose the overall picture of the economy.
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Economic Outlook
January 13, 2009 Posted by
The above quote will most likely apply to the economy in 2009 as it deteriorates further due to the reality of job losses and decreased investor confidence.
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CIO Vantage Point
January 06, 2009 Posted by
Typically, we look forward to a new year and all it may bring. However, considering the markets and the economy, it feels as though many investors are already writing off 2009 as a lost cause.
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