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Barry Ritholtz Strongly Defends SEC’s Suit Against Goldman

April 28, 2010  ·  Category: Blogs, Business Culture and Current Events, Politics, SEC, Stocks
Barry Ritholtz of The Big Picture has been out in force lately defending the SEC's case against Goldman.  It started last Friday with this post: "10 Things You Don't Know (Or Were Misinformed) About The ...
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Crossing Wall Street: The Absolute Worst Stock To Buy Right Now

April 20, 2010  ·  Category: Blogs, Fundamental Analysis, Stocks
Source: "The Absolute Worst Stock To Buy Right Now", Crossing Wall Street, April 20 Disclosure: Top Gun is short shares of Netflix (NFLX).
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Junk Phase Of The Rally Over?

February 1, 2010  ·  Category: Blogs, Market Commentary
Without having a strong opinion on the market's direction, I do feel confident that the "buy anything" phase of the so-called recovery is decidedly behind us. - "'Wait, Why Am I In AIG Again?'... The Buy ...
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New York Magazine Profile Of Financial Blog Zero Hedge

September 28, 2009  ·  Category: Blogs, Business Culture and Current Events
New York Magazine has an interesting profile of popular financial blog Zero Hedge: "The Dow Zero Insurgency".
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CNBC Vs. The Bloggers

July 24, 2009  ·  Category: Blogs, CNBC, Humor
(Via ZeroHedge) The other day CNBC's Charlie Gasparino went after the "moronic bloggers" and Michelle Cabruso Cabrera commented that that was a redundancy.  Gasparino referred to the ZeroHedge blog repeatedly as ZeroIntelligence (scroll to about 2:35 ...
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WSJ Profiles The Increasingly Popular Economics Blogs

July 17, 2009  ·  Category: Blogs, Economics
I never thought I'd be sitting up late at night reading what Ben Bernanke thinks, but now I do. - Zina Poletz, a Minneapolis public relations executive who says she had little interest in economics prior ...
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Dennis Kneale Is The Biggest Idiot On CNBC

July 6, 2009  ·  Category: Blogs, CNBC, Humor
Hope is the magical elixir of any rebound. - Dennis Kneale, CNBC Reports, July 1 There are a lot of idiots on CNBC (Leisman, Insana, Ratigan (formerly), Kudlow) but I think Dennis Kneale is the biggest one.  ...
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In Defense of Peter Schiff – A Response To Mish

January 26, 2009  ·  Category: Blogs, The Investment Advice Business
One of the best and most well read investment bloggers, Mish of Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis, ripped into Peter Schiff last night in a lengthy tirade on his blog titled "Peter Schiff Was Wrong". One ...
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Random Roger On The Art Of Market Timing

March 10, 2008  ·  Category: Blogs, Business and Investment Philosophy
This is a point in the cycle where it is easy to get fooled. The market is down almost 20%, I'm sure if you looked you could find an indicator or two to tell you ...
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A Notable Call On Blue Nile

February 13, 2008  ·  Category: Blogs, Sentiment Analysis, Stocks
This morning before the open Notable Calls, a blog on my blogroll that focuses on notable calls from the Wall Street analyst community, put up a post "Blue Nile (NILE): Bounce @ $40?" (For some ...
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