Prieur’s readings (September 8, 2009)

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This post provides links to a number of thought-provoking articles I have read over the past few days that you may also find interesting. Please also add the links to any other worthwhile articles you would like to share to the comments section. […]






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Q & A with Gabelli: The strong will get stronger

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An upshot of the financial crisis could be that investors go back to basics. In the case of equities, the means “plain old stock-picking” as Mario Gabelli of Gabelli Asset Management describes it. This post features a recent interview Hedgeweek had with Gabelli. […]






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Serious credit crunch remains, and it will until labor market turns

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“It is normal for the banking system not to extend credit when the worthiness of borrowers is questionable. The historical relationship does suggest that the credit crunch will remain in place for some time, with annual credit growth easily falling into negative territory soon. However, history also suggests that a 180-degree turn in credit growth is possible,” said Asha Bangalore in this guest post. […]






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Be careful of hidden adversity

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Do not miss this one! It is not only very funny, but also conveys an investment truism. […]






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