All posts tagged "Henry Blodgett"

  • Mark Hebner Explains Why Investors Should Avoid Mutual Funds

    Mark Hebner, CEO of Index Funds Advisors, recommends investors shun actively managed mutual funds.  Hebner provides a very good explanation to Henry Blodgett in the video below:

    • Posted April 12, 2011
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  • Henry Blodgett Thinks There Exists a "Great Disconnect"

    Henry Blodgett is perplexed by equities that are seemingly overvalued and a housing market that’s poised to renew its descent. If stocks were cheap, we wouldn’t worry about it. We would just assume that the market was...

    • Posted March 29, 2010
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  • John Hussman Predicts an 80% Chance of Second Market Collapse

    Henry Blodgett recently published an article regarding the views of John Hussman, considered by many to be a thoughtful and far-sighted money manager, but one who has largely missed the rebound since March. Hussman has recently written,...

    • Posted December 3, 2009
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  • Housing Signaling a False Dawn?

    Henry Blodgett writes the recent positive housing numbers in the words of Whitney Tilson, are just, “the mother of all head fakes.” Blodgett also provides the opinions of Calculated Risk and Mark Hanson, who both argue that...

    • Posted August 1, 2009
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  • Worldwide Depression is Still On-Track

    Henry Blodgett posted a shocking chart and article on Yahoo Finance showing worldwide industrial output is contracting at a faster rate than the 1930’s. The debate continues as to whether the enormous fiscal and monetary stimulus undertaken...

    • Posted June 19, 2009
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  • Sharp 30% Rallies are a Hallmark of Bear Markets

    Henry Blodgett gives us reasons not to break out our party hats just yet. The average of five major rallies during the depression era bear market (1929-1932) lasted about 70 days and rose 30%. The current rally,...

    • Posted May 7, 2009
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  • Speculation as to When Earnings Will Recover

    There has been quite a bit written about how bad earnings have been and how estimates have been slashed. Henry Blodgett writes about the view held by John Mauldin and others that an earnings recovery reaching the...

    • Posted April 15, 2009
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  • Henry Blodgett Writes That Stocks are Distinctly Cheap

    Henry Blodgett was made famous for touting ridiculously overpriced internet stocks in the late 90’s. He’s now saying that stocks are priced for fairly good returns even though the S&P 500 could temporarily plunge to 600. Blodgett...

    • Posted February 18, 2009
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  • The Worst Inflation Adjusted Decade Ever for the S&P 500

    Henry Blodgett at Clusterstock has pointed out that the 10 year period ended in January was the worst 10 year period, adjusted for inflation, ever for the S&P 500. The reason the 1930’s wasn’t worse is that...

    • Posted February 10, 2009
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  • Jeremy Siegel Pegs Fair Value of the S&P 500 at 1,380

    Henry Blodgett reports that Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor, and part-time stock market prognosticator, believes the fair value on the S&P 500 is much higher than it stands now. Blodgett makes a point at showing how poor of...

    • Posted November 7, 2008
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