Thursday, January 10, 2008
Thoughts From The Foxhole
Bernanke may be forced to lower interest rates by a half point
Bush convenes Plunge Protection Team
Bears take control
The stock market's track record in predicting recessions is faulty
The fallacy of the bearish first five days
Birinyi on picking at the bottom
Stocks are ridiculously undervalued
Too many bears over at AAII?
Money managers are still betting on growth
Are investors being too complacent heading into earnings?
Markets move in a way that will cause people the most pain
Significant support and resistance levels to watch
Todd Harrison shares 10 themes for 2008
Jeff Thredgold shares some four-letter words
Byron Wien's 10 surprises for 2008
Study suggests lengthy U.S. home price decline
Will foreclosures spark an arson boom?
A retail sales roundup
China is still doing well?
Emerging markets must correct imbalances
Investors are fleeing to the corn and soybean fields in search of profitable bets
Corporate America's latest fear - being sued for global warming
Tech trends coming in 2008
Dorfman's Robot Portfolio
Companies with upward revisions in earnings estimates
Companies with highest EPS beat and miss rates
Top 10 insider trading lists for the last 10 days
Bulkowski on the NR4 indicator
Daily, weekly, and monthly routines for traders
The importance of identifying and building upon your strengths
There is never just one cockroach
The average hedge fund gained only +10.4% last year and many quant funds are in the penalty box
A looming challenge for the fund-management industry
Europeans love ETFs
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What are your hopes for the next 12 months?
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