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  • Preview from Europe: Is the Summer Rally Over? [View article]
    There are plenty of signs indicating that the rally can be coming to an end. In addition to all of the mentioned above, a weak earnings report by home-improvement retailer Lowe's suggested that consumer confidence and spending are still wary, yet another sign that an upward trend in the markets could potentially be coming to an end.
    Aug 17, 2009. 03:27 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Housing Woes Are Far from Over [View article]
    Couldn't agree more. Until unemployment rates stabalize, meaning that more jobs are created than lost, publicly traded companies outperform Wall Street's expectations through revenue growth and not cost-cutting measures, and the consumer starts spending, take a look at the most recent decline in retail sales of 0.1% indicating that consumers are still in penny-pinching mode, the real estate sector, will be far from being "in the clear".
    Aug 14, 2009. 03:50 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 6 Ways to Play Clean Energy [View article]
    Agreed. This is why a partnership between China and the United States that will focus on clean-energy, which will enable the necessary scope, technology transfer and standards to emerge in the sector is needed and will enable clean energy to catapult to levels that are not attainable by a single nation.

    On Aug 14 11:08 AM Ferdinand E. Banks wrote:

    > Very interesting article. Very important for my work. But the problem
    > with this kind of energy is that there isn't enough of it. I've heard
    > a lot of good things about it recently, and I suspect that It's fine
    > for investors, but it wont mean much for the energy requirements
    > of the country...unfortuntely.
    Aug 14, 2009. 03:38 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Upside of No Sugar [View article]
    The supply/demand issue with sugar will continue for some time as emerging market population's continue to increase and Mother Nature continues to take its toll on India and Brazil.
    Aug 13, 2009. 04:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • If Wal-Mart Isn't Recovering, How Can the U.S. Economy? [View article]
    It is all about stabalizing the unemployment rate, creating more jobs than are being cut, which will result in an increase in incomes and consumer spending.
    Aug 13, 2009. 04:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment