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  • I know, it sounds far-fetched, but it's worth considering, given the dire situation we're in as far as local news coverage not to mention there are thousands of experienced, unemployed former news reporters out there, including myself, laid off in the last decade following the Dot-Com Bust.

    Jeff Burbank: Cities, Counties Need to Create 'Town Journalist' Job to Make up for Decline in Local News Coverage

  • Given the craziness of Dot-Com II LinkedIn, Pandora, Zynga, a thoughtful approach to valuing stocks is just what the doctor ordered.

    Wall Street's Summer Book List

  • I know, it sounds far-fetched, but it's worth considering, given the dire situation we're in as far as local news coverage not to mention there are thousands of experienced, unemployed former news reporters out there, including myself, laid off in the last decade following the Dot-Com Bust.

    Jeff Burbank: Cities, Counties Need to Create 'Town Journalist' Job to Make up for Decline in Local News Coverage

  • Well, there is no Santa Claus, as investors in the Dot-Com bubble found out earlier, nor is there one in the housing market which, like all other markets, is cyclical.

    Real Estate Values

  • Well, there is no Santa Claus, as investors in the Dot-Com bubble found out earlier, nor is there one in the housing market which, like all other markets, is cyclical.

    Real Estate Values

  • In the most recent economic crisis (to be distinguished from the S&L crisis of the '80s and' 90s, the Asian Crash of 1997, the Dot-Com crash of 2000-2) we once again saw that economic forecasts only a few years out tend to be too optimistic during boom years and too pessimistic in bust years.

    Howard Steven Friedman: BRIC and Beyond: Should You Believe Long Term Economic Forecasts?

  • In the most recent economic crisis (to be distinguished from the S&L crisis of the '80s and' 90s, the Asian Crash of 1997, the Dot-Com crash of 2000-2) we once again saw that economic forecasts only a few years out tend to be too optimistic during boom years and too pessimistic in bust years.

    Howard Steven Friedman: BRIC and Beyond: Should You Believe Long Term Economic Forecasts?

  • Well, there is no Santa Claus, as investors in the Dot-Com bubble found out earlier, nor is there one in the housing market which, like all other markets, is cyclical.

    Real Estate Values

  • Well, there is no Santa Claus, as investors in the Dot-Com bubble found out earlier, nor is there one in the housing market which, like all other markets, is cyclical.

    Real Estate Values

  • Well, there is no Santa Claus, as investors in the Dot-Com bubble found out earlier, nor is there one in the housing market which, like all other markets, is cyclical.

    Real Estate Values

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