Face-to face with the bears: Marc Faber and Mish Shedlock

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In the three-part interview included in this post, Aaron Task and Henry Blodget of Yahoo Finance – Tech Ticker interview Marck Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, and Mish Shedlock, investment advisor at SitkaPacific Capital and author of the economics blog, MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis. They discuss, among others, the economic outlook, inflation vs deflation, and the prospects for stock markets. […]






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Barron’s Confidence Index – more work to do

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It is interesting that the Barron’s Confidence Index has surpassed its pre-Lehman level, but still has more work to do in order to reach pre-crisis levels. As an aside, the S&P 500 Index has to gain another 8.8% in order to reach its pre-Lehman level of 1,252, and 36.1% to reclaim the 2007 pre-crisis peak. As equities and corporate bonds scale fresh cycle peaks, this should serve as a reminder that the economic recovery still has quite a way to go. […]






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Prieur’s readings (March 15, 2010)

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This post provides links to a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also enjoy. […]






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Picture du Jour: Rebound in car sales

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Who would have guessed the V-shaped recovery of the U.S. car sales just a few months ago? Sure, we’re coming off a low base, but it is nevertheless an improvement. But even more interesting, who would have foreseen the downturn in the fortunes of foreign (Toyota) car sales? […]






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Behind the sentiment disparity: Main Street vs. Wall Street

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“The American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) cautioned that the spread between bullish and bearish sentiment in its index is now at +20 percentage points, more than double the historical average of +9 percentage points. Historically, similarly wide spreads preceded the mini-corrections of August 2009 and January 2010. In both instances, the spread stayed at similar levels for a period of three weeks before the market topped and pulled back,” said Dian Chu in this guest post. […]






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Economy: What were the Jimmy Carter years like?

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Are we about to find out? […]






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