Navigating the turn as green shoots sprout

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By Cees Bruggemans

After massive shocks savaged the economy last year, by 4Q2008 (really already 3Q2008) putting us into recession, the only question basically mattering now is whether there are yet more of these massive shocks to be absorbed shortly. For if we are, we will remain probably repressed, recessed if not […]

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Shiller: Stocks fairly valued but could “go down a lot”

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With the S&P 500 Index after yesterday’s surge again slightly above the “neckline” (of the head-and-shoulders formation referred in a post last week), I will be monitoring things very closely over the next day or two to see if the impressive bounce was just a one-day wonder or something more enduring. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 is now fairly valued on a long-term cyclically adjusted P/E (CAPE) basis, according to Robert Shiller. Read on for his views (including a video clip). […]






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What would you say to Lloyd Blankfein?

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Artist Geoffrey Raymond takes “Big Lloyd Three” outside the Goldman Sachs and New York Stock Exchange buildings to let employees, investors and passers-by tell him how they feel. This is also your chance, dear reader, to share with the Investment Postcards community any message that you may have for Mr Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs – a company very much in the limelight of late. […]






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Federal deficit crosses $1 trillion mark with a vengeance

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Both spending and tax receipts put in double-digit performances to produce a US ten-digit deficit (actually $1.1 trillion) for the first nine months of the fiscal year and broke a monthly record of $94 billion in June. “No doubt where this train is going,” said John Sylvia, chief economist of Wells Fargo Securities. His additional comments follow below. […]






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Geithner testifies to the tune of Thriller …

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A brilliant illustration of the financial shenanigans to the tune of Thriller. […]






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