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2009 September at Trader’s Narrative


Archive for September, 2009



Weekend Reading: Twice Burned, Thrice Shy

For economic and market news and to see what interesting reading you may have missed last week, check out the list below. To see it all, go to news.tradersnarrative.com:

Banks fight to kill proposed consumer protection agency
The Disconnect Between Pay & Performance
Solar Power’s Ability to Free Western World
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By Jeffrey Kennedy
When I began my career as an analyst, I was lucky enough to have some time with a few old pros.
One in particular that I will […]

There’s much to cover in this week’s roundup of sentiment data, so let’s dive right in:
Sentiment Surveys
The American Association of Individual Investors’ weekly survey of sentiment doesn’t show much change. About 39% think the market will go higher - that’s 3% points less than last week - while 45% think the market will fall - […]

Yesterday we looked at the strange behavior of US mutual fund holders in shunning equities and stampeding into bond funds. That lead to lively discussion with different comments on what this means. Leaving aside the various arguments on whether this is a good or bad omen for the stock market, let’s explore the US retail […]

Executive compensation is one of the glaring issues at the heart of the financial crisis. We haven’t even come close to dealing with it in a meaningful way as the powerful Wall St. lobby moved quickly to throw obstacles in the path of any regulation or even discussion of the matter.
The most common argument that […]




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