- July 29, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Back to the Future
How much trouble is the market really in, and how much worse can it get? A miraculous trip forward in time offers the uncanny advantage of 20/20 hindsight.
- July 15, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Is This Goose Cooked?
The equities market used to be the long-term investor's golden goose -- with blue chips as the perfect nest egg -- but that was before Osama and WorldCom changed the rules.
- June 17, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Take My Cash, Please!
The big brokerage houses don't want your money unless you've got more than $10 million, so where does that leave the average working stiff -- the guy with only, say, half a million or so?
- June 3, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Buy, Buy, Bad Bear
Have you given up all hope of making any money on any stock, ever? That's a sure sign that it's time to get back in the market.
- May 6, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Villain in the Mirror
Who is that angry, tyrannical, obsessed, monomaniacal trading demon, terrorizing all around him in his relentless pursuit of profit? I don't know, but he looks awfully familiar.
- April 22, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- The Low Tech Future
Why the life of the tech-stock bear market is going to be nasty, brutish, and almost interminable.
- April 8, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Account Me Out
The Arthur Andersen accounting scandal offers the government a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fix a system rife with corruption and double-dealing -- but will it use it?
- March 25, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Cycle Killers
The start of a recovery is the time to buy cyclicals; in the old days, that meant smokestack stocks -- traditional manufacturers, now long gone -- but what are the best cyclicals for today?
- March 11, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- You Talkin' to Me?
There are certain things you can say about Wall Street on talk radio that you still can't say on TV -- that's why Opie and Anthony are about to face some stiff new competition.
- February 25, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- The Spinner's Circle
Wall Street keeps looking for the next Enron, but the real nightmare is Global Crossing, whose method for spinning gossamer profits is perfectly legal -- and much more widespread.