52% of Modified Mortgages in Default Again

Housing and Money

So, tell me again why we are helping people who made an awful choice the first time?

Reuters Daring Story: Investors see "bottoming process" in U.S. stocks

Bullish (Bull Market)

Take it for what it is, the press chasing headlines and page hits, this story is going to get a ton of hits for Reuters, right or wrong.

Realistic Recession Fears yet a Friday Rally?

Great Depression

The major indexes all finished up big today yet analysts say that we could be facing the longest recession since the Great Depression, perhaps outlasting the 16-month recessions of the mid-1970s and early 1980s.

Taleb: "Roubini Is An Optimist".....We Are All Doomed

Nassim Taleb

Just in case you weren't think about building that bunker in the basement this weekend

S&P Set for 50%+ Gains? Not So Fast, UBS

Gordon Gekko

The headline is fairly self-explanatory, but it’s true: UBS strategist David Bianco has a 2009 target on the S&P 500 of 1,300 – more than 50% above where it sits now. Talk about a V-shaped recovery.

ADP Report Gloomy..

U.S. Economy

How do you spell dismal? JOBS

4 Signs of a Market Bottom

U.S. Quarter - 25 Cents USD

Could we be there?

PPI Falls

Cash is King

This is like a tax cut for producers

Iraq Economy Prospering

Guess who's exchange is uo 20% this year? Dow the Dow Jones (.DJI) or S&P 500 (.INX). Iraq'a is...

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