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I've made my predictions for 2009, so It only seems appropriate to look back at the predictions I made a year ago. The world has been transformed by the financial crisis over the past year, so I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised by how much I actually got right, and how much continues to seem to be true.
If you haven’t been able to tell by now, I like to write. Look no further than my three books for proof. I seek to raise awareness of important issues, always trying to strike themes that investors can act on. I do this from a macro perspective, from the top-down — the subject of my latest book, Investing from the Top Down. Here are my top 10 'Top-Down' investing themes for 2009.
A defiant Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday named a black political trailblazer to Barack Obama's Senate seat, a surprise move that put the governor's opponents in the uncomfortable position of trying to block his choice from becoming the Senate's only black member.
The New York Times recapps some of the high and low points in advertising in 2009.
The market might be slow right now, but are we on the brink of an Obama rally.
Some traders are still holding out hope that a Santa rally will sweep stocks higher in the final week of the year, though there is no expectation that volume will improve until January. They also caution that a new round of hedge fund redemptions could pound the markets early in the year, dampening any January buying.
The big questions for the coming year are how long and deep will the recession be and how it will compare to those of the past.
Vice-President elect Joe Biden had a strange press conference today where he spoke about the Obama stimulus plan. Larry Summers also spoke. Nothing new was said, but it was all very gloom and doom on the economy.
Not only do they hurt the market, but they're virtually useless to their investors.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 will rebound in the first quarter of next year as incoming President Barack Obama is likely to boost investor sentiment, Robin Griffiths, technical strategist at Cazenove Capital, told CNBC.
The president-elect's spending strategy wasn't as big as we'd hoped. So what should investors do now?
What if the U.S. had a strategic reserve so large that our president could lower the price per barrel at will? Here's how we do it.
For a while there, it really looked like high oil prices would solve the problem of climate change. People were driving less and buying cars with better gas mileage, companies were investing in alternatives
If you believe in a strong second half of 2009, then this is the name to own.
Now that he’s won the White House, the biggest question on the minds of many Americans is how the sweeping tax law changes he’s proposed will affect them in the years to come.
Remember the Million Dollar Man? Well, Barack Obama is laying groundwork for a stimulus package that could make him the Trillion Dollar Man!
Homeowners around the country are scrambling to refinance their mortgages at the lowest rates since the early 1960s.
We finished the day down, but these two guys were responsible for much of the trading session’s strength, Cramer says.
If you think Christmas is the next big thing, then think again. There’s something bigger on the way.
Plus, Cramer offers some private-sector solutions for the U.S. financial crisis.