Paul van Eeden: Finding Value Amidst Volatility

Cranberry Capital Inc. President Paul van Eeden still favors the natural resources sector above all others because they are “absolutely central to our standard of living, our quality of life and the technological progress we’ve made.” Despite the dangers, frothiness of equities and absence of fundamentals to support current valuations, he says, “there are . . . → Read More: Paul van Eeden: Finding Value Amidst Volatility

Detroit Rhapsody

Many readers here know of the debate and dialogue over Chrysler’s long and expensive Super Bowl ad highlighting the auto industry and Detroit.

As cool as the Detroit version is to watch, when it comes to the core message it is trying to send, I just don’t see much different between these two industry . . . → Read More: Detroit Rhapsody

Economic Events on February 24, 2011

At 8:30 AM EST, the U.S. government will release its weekly Jobless Claims report.  The consensus is that there were 405,000 new jobless claims last week, which would would be 5,000 less than the number released last week.

Also at 8:30 AM EST, the Durable Goods Orders report for January will be released. The . . . → Read More: Economic Events on February 24, 2011