A flurry of action
So I don't have time to do a bunch of separate posts for all the articles of mine that went up today, so here's a quick digest version:
More Banking Panics Are on the Way - I take a look at the idea that a central feature of the financial crisis was a run on the banks in the wholesale sector. While these bank runs didn't involve average Joe and Jane, they were very reminiscent of the Depression-era runs that caused so many headaches.
Goldman Sachs Isn't as Good as You Think - When you pick apart the results of Goldman and many of the other big-time finance companies, a startling truth is revealed... Ok, so not all that startling, but important nonetheless.
This is How You Swing for the Fences - This builds on a previous article of mine, but basically it looks at the fact that many of the best performing stocks of the decade were a mess ten year ago. My hope is to figure out exactly how we can track down these eventual winners.
Any thoughts/comments are encouraged...