Thursday, July 26, 2007
On The Edge
Ghosts of Black Monday come a calling
Holy Toledo - watch those outflows!
There is no magic formula for forecasting equity crashes
Bearish bets on Nasdaq hit a high
What are the market elephants up to now?
Bearish hedgies throwing in the towel?
Option talk by Pete Stolcers
All good things gotta come to an end?
Volatility is going to be with us for some time
Easy comes, easy goes
Time magazine sees the end of easy money
Chrysler news rattles equity markets
Wall Street's money-machine known as collateralized debt obligations is grinding to a halt
Brazilian investors love CDOs
Private-equity firms scramble to sell junk bonds
The 5 pillars of liquidity
SAC Capital is considering selling up to 20% of itself to private minority investors
Books like this don't come out at market bottoms
A look at the Beige Book
Tough times for home sales
An $823 million loss is not easy to explain
In a few years Chinese Internet users will outnumber American Internet users
China plans to limit exports of inexpensive, labor-intensive items
Mattel may be the best role model for how to operate prudently in China
Some of the nation’s largest public pension funds are leaning on European and Asian oil companies to reconsider their investments in Iran
A green hard drive?
Toyota moves to corner the plug-in car market
A new generation of coal-fired power plants are falling by the wayside
Power outage shuts down websites
7 reasons for an Amazon/eBay merger
Minneapolis Grain Exchange seats are a hot commodity
Barron's takes a swing at Callaway Golf
JP Morgan Asset Management has become the largest hedge fund manager in the world
Do you have a disaster plan?
Confidence comes from mastery
Humans win tense poker match against computer
Do we really need six more crude-oil ETFs?
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"A bull market tends to bail you out of all your mistakes. Conversely, bear markets make you pay for your mistakes." - Richard Russell