Friday's Top Videos: Gold, WaMu & More

An analyst predicts that gold will head into a bull market, and Washington Mutual increases its liquidity position. The following are today's top videos:

The Blueprint for Housing   

The Blueprint for Housing

“We’re hoping that [mortgage servicers are] going to take advantage of the bill. We had a number of choices in order to diminish the foreclosure. And I think diminishing the number of foreclosures is going to be the important part of turning the economy around. I think we now have an opportunity to do that.”

-- Rep. Barney Frank (D.-Mass.), House Financial Service, Chairman

Gold to Continue its Bull Run?
Gold to Continue its Bull Run?   

Gold to Continue its Bull Run?

“The gold market is consolidating very nicely. Possibility to plop down to $908, but overall, the market is very good. We’re anticipating the market to do one of two options, we can consolidate through until the 12th of September and then make a breakout from the $957 level, or we can target the 21st of August and go for $1023.72, which if we break above that, will then signal the next part of the bull rally. ”

--Richard Morrish, MIG Investments, Head of Research

Wamu Increases Liquidity Position
Wamu Increases Liquidity Position   

WaMu Increases Liquidity Position

“[Washington Mutual] posted more collateral with federal home loan bank. They have gone to the Fed discount window again, and they set up significant long-term repo funding. All of which has helped WaMu raise its liquidity position by 25 percent in a very short amount of time –- $40 to $50 billion.”

--David Faber, CNBC

Maria's Market Message
Maria's Market Message   

Maria's Market Message

"Earnings from Amgen , Kraft and Dow component Verizon are among the catalysts for markets Monday morning, but it was better-than-expected news on the economic front that put stocks in positive territory at the end of the week."

--Maria Bartiromo, CNBC

The Week & You
The Week & You   

The Week & You

“Some earnings reports actually looked encouraging. President Bush threw his support behind the financial rescue bill. And not even a hurricane could reverse the slide in oil prices. But a big sell-off toward the end of the week left trader wondering if the market had hit bottom.”

--Courtney Reagan, CNBC