- 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 23, 2002 | Classic New York
- The Trader
Penis jokes, frat-boy high jinks, acronym hell -- they're all in a day's work.
- December 9, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Bearly There
Does the mini bull run mean the market's finally turned the corner? Or have investors, weary of being weary, just decided to be irrationally optimistic? A reality check for bear hunters.
- November 25, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Bubble Boys
The press has us convinced that every Wall Street analyst is corrupt. Okay, yeah, some are. But the truth is, the most exuberant of the stock boosters were merely incompetent.
- November 11, 2002 | The Bottom Line
Nobody can quite believe it, but there are four legitimate -- and deserving -- Netco's that are reviving the lost promise of the New Economy. And their stocks are bargains (seriously).
- October 28, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Bear Trap
Last week's sweet little bull run was, unfortunately, all form and no substance. But given a few strategic assists -- are you listening, Washington? -- we could banish the bear.
- 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.
- September 30, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Battle Stations
Wall Street hasn't gotten over last year's attacks the way some uptown editorial writers have, which explains market jitters about war in Iraq -- traders worry there won't be one.
- 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.
- August 25, 2002 | The Bottom Line
- Sell Low, Buy High
Forget about the flashy past (Microsoft, Motorola, WorldCom), and invest in the future: Coca-Cola, Colgate, and Clorox