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Fleckenstein: All Roads Lead to Inflation

Bill Fleckenstein predicts the inflation -- and pop -- of a U.S. housing bubble, in 2003.

Dangers Lurking on the Macro Front
Dangers Lurking on the Macro Front

07/29/03 - 07:06 AM EDT

One has to be careful when extrapolating from minor economic data points.

Bubble Rewrites 'Rules' on Recession/Recovery

It's baffling that the bullish argument persists.

The Relief Rally Unravels
The Relief Rally Unravels

07/22/03 - 07:09 AM EDT

We're also seeing an odd break from the norm on stock and bond prices' inverse behavior.

Eyeing Exhaustion in Midsummer Madness?
Eyeing Exhaustion in Midsummer Madness?

07/17/03 - 07:08 AM EDT

Hardly anybody seems to recall that we went through this process 15 months ago.

Second-Half Rebound -- in Recklessness
Second-Half Rebound -- in Recklessness

07/15/03 - 07:07 AM EDT

Fleck is 'thunderstruck by the pervasive insanity' of this latest 'bubbly' intoxication.

Microsoft Chisels Epitaph for Options
Microsoft Chisels Epitaph for Options

07/10/03 - 07:11 AM EDT

Ending the practice of granting stock options at Microsoft is not only correct, it's also smart.

Fannie and Freddie: Now Too Big to Regulate

We now have organizations that are not only too big to fail, but regulators who don't hold them accountable.

Judge's Gavel Slams Down on 'Victimized' Speculators

Bubble-headed investors got burst by the bubble. But hey, what about a class action against the Fed?

'Dead Fish' on Parade
'Dead Fish' on Parade

07/01/03 - 07:41 AM EDT

The analysts can tout Intel all they want, but PC makers still see no sign of increasing demand.

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