Friday, July 1, 2011

Climbing walls of worry


With the passing of the supply-chain disruptions, with the easing of energy prices, and with the progress of the Greek bailout, the market has managed to climb one more wall of worry in its quest to reattain pre-recession levels.

9 comments:

Benjamin said...

Nice rally this week. If not more potholes out there, a good second half awaits us.

Please, no more Long-Term Capital Managements, or AIGs, or Lehman Bros etc.

When guys behind computers leverage up big, and then cannot meet their financial obligations.....

septizoniom said...

this is one of a long line of meaningless blog posts. you should stick to economics and political analysis. this type of post makes your blog more like a shill for speculation than considered writing.

Cabodog said...

Good calls Scott. As always, thanks for sharing your thoughts. Have a great 4th!

William said...

Thank you, Scott Grannis. Your economic and market analysis is quite impressive and very helpful.

This is especially so during market corrections when you help clarify what is really going on in the U.S. economy.

William said...

septizoniom said...
this is one of a long line of meaningless blog posts."

For a second septizoniom, I thought you were referring to Benjamin ;~)

brodero said...

Psst....the market is still undervalued...

Steve Fulton said...

Never short a dull market.

CDLIC said...

Scott,

Your posts are always informative and meaningful. Too bad there are not more blogs incorporating your clear thinking and excellent predictive ability resulting in real value for readers.

TradingStrategyLetter - Weekly Summary said...

He is good!