Publish date:

September 2007

<I>TheStreet.com</I> corrects its errors.
Author:

A Sept. 17 column by Helene Meisler titled

Forget the Fed, Watch the Yen-Dollar Link contained an error. The column should have indicated that in the period surrounding the June 2006

FOMC

meeting, the Fed finally lowered rates after a long period of hikes, rather than the reverse.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 26)

A Sept. 19 earnings call preview by Jordan Kahn titled

Goldman Sachs Preview: Big Questions This Quarter contained an error. The item indicated that Goldman Sachs' Alpha Fund had a $3 billion infusion during the quarter. It should have indicated that the Global Equity Opportunities Fund had received the capital.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 20)

A Sept. 18 column,

Tuesday's Financial Winners & Losers, contained an error. While

Impac Mortgage

(IMH) expects it will not pay common-stock dividends for the rest of the year, that elimination will not terminate its status as a real estate investment trust.

TheStreet.com regrets the error

.

(Corrected Sept. 18

)

A Sept. 12 column,

This Week's Rocket Stocks Portfolio Update, contained an error.

Finisar

(FNSR) on Tuesday rose as much as 6.4% -- not 8% -- from Monday's open.

TheStreet.com regrets the error

.

(Corrected Sept. 14

)

A Sept. 14 story,

Auto Loans Keep Getting Longer, incorrectly stated the amount of interest that borrowers would pay on two auto loans. In fact, the figures given represented the total amount borrowers would pay, including principal. In the case of a four-year, $30,000 loan with an interest rate of 7%, total payments would be $34,482; in the case of a six-year loan of the same size and interest rate, total payments would be $36,825.

TheStreet.com regrets the error

.

(Corrected Sept. 14

)

A Sept. 11 column by Adam Oliensis titled

The High-Yield Way to Play WaMu contained an error. The column should have indicated that in addition to being long

Con Ed

TST Recommends

(ED), Oliensis was also short the Jan '08 30 call.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 11)

A Sept. 11 Columnist Conversation post by Eddy Elfenbein titled

Re: Investing Lesson contained an error. The post should have indicated that, measuring from before the drop, shares of

Hilton

(HLT) were up more than 300%, not 500%.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 11)

A Sept. 11 blog post by Jim Cramer titled

Homebuilders Are Cooked; Look Elsewhere contained an error. The column should have indicated that at the time of publication, Cramer was long

CVS Caremark

(CVS) and

EMC

(EMC) in addition to the other disclosed holdings.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 11)

The Sept. 7 edition of

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week mistakenly reported that Jess Lederman is

Countrywide's

(CFC) first-ever chief risk officer. In fact, Lederman replaces the previous chief risk officer, John P. McMurray, who left last month for

WaMu

(WM).

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 7.)

A Sept. 4 article,

Tuesday's Financial Winners & Losers, incorrectly stated that

KKR Financial

(KFN) was downgraded by UBS.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error. (

Corrected Sept. 5

)