- December 20, 2004 | The Bottom Line
- Ode to the Falling Dollar
Or, why we should stop worrying and learn to love our nation’s rapidly plummeting currency.
- July 17, 2000 | The Bottom Line
- The Wire This Time
You can't get a decent, reliable high-speed Internet connection in the city yet, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be making money in broadband stocks right now!
- November 27, 2000 | The Bottom Line
- Tech It or Leave It
Did you really think tech stocks were the new blue chips, perfect gems you could buy and hold? Wake up -- they're ordinary cyclicals, the kind you buy and unload!
- December 10, 2001 | The Bottom Line
- The Oracle Speaks!
The Trading Goddess, also known as She Who Must Be Obeyed, had been strangely silent of late; then, while Christmas shopping in Jersey, she decided to rock my world.
- October 14, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- The Other War
While the Democrats dither over Iraq, they're squandering the ultimate election-year ammunition: Bush's dismal economy. An argument for fighting the war at home.
- May 29, 2000 | The Bottom Line
- Take a Hike!
So Alan Greenspan really thinks he can quench my desire for stocks by raising interest rates a few measly notches? Come on, man, your rate hikes just make me hotter!
- July 30, 2001 | The Bottom Line
- Follow the Money
Consumers keep spending and the Fed keeps cutting interest rates -- but we're still talking recession. What's up with that? For one explanation, try asking a CEO.
- September 15, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- The Morning Line
What are the odds that Bernie and Ken and Martha will actually do hard time? The wheels of justice turn slowly, but if you’d care to make it interesting, dive into the betting pool now.
- December 23, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Money for Nothing
Bush's big idea for rescuing the economy is to make the rich richer. But guess what: Our financial malaise has nothing to do with inadequate spending by the wealthy.
- December 8, 2003 | The Bottom Line
- An SEC of Woes
The federal financial-watchdog group is supposed to look out for the little guy. But as the recent mutual-fund scandals prove, it’s coddling the rich.