Separating the temporary from the permanent
- Despite gloom, stay engaged. // Dow Theory Forecasts;5/13/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 19, p3
Reports on the performance of stock markets in the U.S. as of May 13, 2002. Earnings of individual stocks; Economic growth of the country; Resiliency of the stock market relative to major averages.
- For shot-down investors, hints of ascent. Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor;12/24/2001, Vol. 94 Issue 22, p14
Reports on whether recent gains in the stock market near the end of 2001 represent a genuine bull market, or, rather, a so-called 'bear rally,' symbolizing a surge within a broader decline.
- Wait for it. Lara, Martin // Business Mexico;Feb2002, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p15
Focuses on the economic condition in the U.S. Improvements in the consumer confidence index; Recovery of the equity markets; Increase in the demand for local exports.
- From New Economy to War Economy. Baker, Dean // Dollars & Sense;Nov/Dec2001, Issue 238, p7
Talks about the economy in the United States (U.S.) following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Consequences of the stock market performance; How the collapse in consumption and investment demand could have been prevented; Effective way to keep people in the U.S. and in other countries...
- Banking on a Rebound. Sivy, Michael // Money;Oct2002, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p57
Comments on the U.S. stock market as of October, 2002. Decline in stock prices despite a relatively stable economy; Suggestion that the bear market is the result of the deflation of a stock bubble; Advice to invest in bank stocks.
- THE BLAME GAME. Carbonara, Peter; Gertner, Jon // Money;Oct2002, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p110
Provides an analysis of the role that different sectors played in the downturn of the stock market in the U.S. Impact of the behavior of corporate executives, accountants, politicians, the media, Osama Bin Laden, and individual investors; Effects engendered by stock options, the mutual fund...
- Grim and Bear It. Serwer, Andy // Fortune;7/8/2002, Vol. 146 Issue 1, p145
Argues that the U.S. economy is in a long-term bear market as of July, 2002. Discussion of cyclical, or short-term, versus secular, or long-term, bear markets; Assertion that earnings have dropped along with stock prices; Outlook for the biotechnology sector.
- What's Roiling the Market? Dobbs, Lou // Money;Jun2002, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p67
Comments on the instability in the U.S. stock market. Importance of distinguishing between day-to-day volatility and pervasive market uncertainty; Thoughts of executives Vince Farrell, Harvey Eisen, and Michael Holland on the conflicting signals on the future of the market.
- Bulls, Bears, Monsters. Carter, Adrienne; Nash, Jeff; Smith, Stephanie D. // Money;Feb2002, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p44
Discusses the United States stock market in light of a recession. Successful stocks that showed improvement at the end of 2001, including Intel, Home Depot, and AT&T; Companies experiencing profit losses, including Oracle, Philip Morris, and Disney.