Tagged: Recession

Investment Performance Evaluation Re-Evaluated: Part Two

Investment Performance Evaluation Re-Evaluated: Part Two

The Working Capital Model (WCM) looks at investment performance differently, less emotionally, and without a whole lot of concern for short-term market value movements. Market value performance evaluation techniques are only used to analyze peak-to-peak market cycle movements over significant time periods.

Citigroup Posts Best Quarter Since Late 2007

Citigroup Posts Best Quarter Since Late 2007

Citigroup became the latest bank to post better than expected results for its first quarter. The bank on Friday said net income of $1.6 billion, compared with a loss of $5.11 billion in the quarter a year ago. Citigroup’s problems are far from over, but it had its best quarter since late 2007.

Hot Stocks For 2009

Hot Stocks For 2009

The year 2008 has entered the record books for all of the wrong reasons; the Dow Jones had its worst year ever! So what about 2009, how will stock markets from around the world perform and which are the stocks to follow?

Can A Bad Situation Have Good Effects?

Can A Bad Situation Have Good Effects?

“Absolute Truth” well science maintains there is there is no such thing like that, but from the current global financial crisis it is evident that there is no absolute free market. Truth is always relative, just like freedom.

Suicide Risk Increasing Due To Financial Crisis

Suicide Risk Increasing Due To Financial Crisis

Mental health experts say the sour economy has turned what usually manifests as seasonal blues into a full-blown crisis. “The fear of losing one’s job and pressures caused by a downturn in business, demotion or pension plan cutbacks can be bad for mental health and therefore increase suicide risk.”

Things To Bear In Mind As We Wait For The Bull To Return

Things To Bear In Mind As We Wait For The Bull To Return

The threat of a global financial meltdown has diminished thanks to massive central bank and government intervention, which has addressed the liquidity and solvency issues of many US and European banks. However, corporate earnings estimates for 2009 still look too optimistic in light of the poor economic leading indicators that we are seeing, such as consumer and business confidence levels. Therefore, sandwiched between the possibilityof an immediate short-term relief rally and a positive long-term view that equities are currently cheap, we have a near-term view that markets will remain volatile and are likely to trade sideways while the US, Europe and Japan endure a recession.

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