Monthly Archives: February 2009

Are Indian companies back where it all began?

Come September” is a catchy tune but finance executives, especially in the US, are unlikely to think of it fondly. That’s because September 2008 marked the end of Wall Street as we knew it. Some people had hoped that the … Continue reading

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Does stimulus package really work?

Ludwig Von Mises in 1934: "The remarkable thing in the present situation is not the fact that we have just passed through a period of credit expansion that has been followed by a period of depression, but the way in … Continue reading

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How We Can Restore Confidence

By Charles T. Munger Our situation is dire. Moderate booms and busts are inevitable in free-market capitalism. But a boom-bust cycle as gross as the one that caused our present misery is dangerous, and recurrences should be prevented. The country … Continue reading

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Equity Outlook 2009 – ET Now Event

Links – Equity Outlook 2009: Pain before bounceback – Equity Outlook: No safe bets here, it’s a traders’ market – Bull-bear war of words had audience glued to their seats – The new order: Protectionism may be the buzzword – … Continue reading

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Visual Guide To The Financial Crisis

Via Todd Sullivan & Flowing Data

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IPL: The new asset class?

More Rajasthan Royals out-returns Sensex, oil, dollar, gold Airtime rates fall as slowdown hits IPL

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Buffett's metric says it's time to buy

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