Doug Kass: “I just can’t be that negative now”

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Despite the the stock market averages taking a nosedive over the past few, strategist Doug Kass said on Tuesday he “just can’t be that negative now”.

That’s largely because Kass thinks the doom-sayers – such as economist David Rosenberg of Gluskin Scheff, who said the economy is in a depression, not a recession – are missing key points. Click on the image for the skinny.

Source: CNBC, August 24, 2010.

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