Some Positive Headlines

by Laura Ehrenberg-Chesler on August 3, 2010

in Economic Indicators,Foreign Markets,Investment Strategies

This morning in the research we receive from Ed Yardeni, he listed a number of “headlines” from various financial publications.  His accompanying comment was: ” Not only are bearish scenarios becoming less credible, but bullish ones are looking more plausible.”

A sampling of these headlines reads as follows:

1) “Companies plan to increase spending as confidence in the recovery remains” The Financial Times on 8/2

2) “Manufacturing powers German revival”  The New York Times 7/30

3) “China Iron Ore Demand Flies Under the Radar” The Wall Street Journal 8/1

There were eight in total.  Each one had some kind of positive sentiment about the economy here and abroad.  Whether the beginning of a bull market, or a rally headed into the fall, investors should begin to take note.

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