Don’t be a bigshot right now, keep it simple.
Why has so little of the so-called stimulus money been spent?
Political Oscars for 2010
Are you paying close attention? It’s happening.
The Double Dippers came back out of the woodwork this weekend…
Michael Pento sees a Teepee-Shaped Recovery. That would be…not cute.
According to the Wall Street Journal, banking bonuses will hit $145 billion for 2009, a well-justified figure when you consider the heroic sacrifices Wall Street made in order to get interest rates dropped to zero forever.
Rather than complain about this windfall to our nation’s best and brightest and most scrupulous, why not focus on how YOU can get in on the action?
This is a sick, sad group of data points and is exactly what you can expect in a country that makes virtually nothing and became overly reliant on the housing and real estate industry for jobs and income.
Was the Australian stimulus plan and subsequent recover a victory for Keynesian economics?
The Bespoke Investment Group just posted a killer 2010 Roundtable, including the views of some of the best financial bloggers out there. I was honored to be included along with Eddy Elfenbein, Paul Kedrosky, Bill Luby, Michael Panzner, Mebane Faber, Charles Kirk and all the rest.