John Mauldin

Originations 7/5: Rest Of 2010 Economic Outlook

-How To Fix U.S. Job Market (Bill Gross, PIMCO) -Tea Party’s New Role Model: Mike Lee (Politico) -China Bears Are Dead Wrong: Jim Rogers (CNBC) -Banks Easing Terms On Loans Deemed As Risks (NYT) -How To Tell If Markets Freak Out About Debt Limit (WaPo) -John Mauldin’s Outlook on Second Half of 2010 (Minyanville) -Secrets

Roubini, Mauldin, Yamarone on Eurozone breakup

Doing some catch-up reading on vacation this week, and here’s one worth sharing. Mauldin’s June 17 piece was a reprint of Nouriel Roubini’s June 13 case for why the odds of a Eurozone breakup are at least one-third over a five-year time horizon. John Mauldin, expressing his anxiety, thinks “Dr. Doom’s” timeline is optimistic. Roubini

Roubini, Mauldin, Yamarone on Eurozone breakup

Doing some catch-up reading on vacation this week, and here’s one worth sharing. Mauldin’s June 17 piece was a reprint of Nouriel Roubini’s June 13 case for why the odds of a Eurozone breakup are at least one-third over a five-year time horizon. John Mauldin, expressing his anxiety, thinks “Dr. Doom’s” timeline is optimistic. Roubini

Mauldin: Now May Be The Right Time To Buy A Home

In his commentary this week, investor and author John Mauldin said that this might be the right time to buy a home. His target for a bottom in housing prices has been 2012 to 2013, which is why he thinks now is the right time to start looking around. He also makes a key point

The Hopeless Future of Financial Media

A new year. Typically the time for a media technique as old as media: recapping last year or predicting this year. But instead of doing that today, below I’m re-posting The Day Journalism Died, a piece I wrote in 2006. It’s not about financial media, but it reminded me what consumer financial media is and