By David M. Jones
Very undemanding publication and writing sort. the writer places himself ahead as an skilled Fed Watcher yet his rules and theories appear naive and common. you could research extra in regards to the Fed via browsing the Fed's web site. writer retains repeating himself like he's senile or something!??? the writer doesn't supply any perception you will no longer glean from studying company week or the Wall highway magazine regularly.
Don't waste your funds in this!
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0 in August. 9 in November. 2. 8 in September. 8 in early December. 2 in early January 2002. 9 reading, raising the hopes that recovery would begin no later than mid-2002. As a rule, however, caution should be used in interpreting these sentiment and conﬁdence measures immediately after shocks such as the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. During such periods, these conﬁdence and sentiment indexes may become less accurate predictors of spending, as the conﬂicting emotions of fear, on one hand, and patriotism, on the other hand, run high.
Because the industry’s high-tech gear becomes outdated at such a rapid clip, bond investors may not be able to salvage much more than 10 cents on the dollar, with banks also taking a hit. Past bankruptcy waves, such as those that swept the rail, retail, steel and, more recently, movie theater businesses left bond holders with about 40 cents on the dollar, while bank lenders usually got most of their money back. 2-Challenge Page 38 Tuesday, July 2, 2002 11:16 AM 38 UNLOCKING THE SECRETS OF THE FED By September 2001, new orders for nondefense hightech capital equipment had fallen by a stunning 50% from their peak level.
During such periods, these conﬁdence and sentiment indexes may become less accurate predictors of spending, as the conﬂicting emotions of fear, on one hand, and patriotism, on the other hand, run high. Nevertheless, the farther we get beyond the stunning September 11 terrorist attacks, the more meaningful readings on consumer sentiment and conﬁdence should again become as indicators of consumer spending intentions. BATTERED HIGH TECH SECTOR The collapse of the previously high-ﬂying, credit-driven technology sector has reinforced the 2000–2001 downturn.
Unlocking the secrets of the Fed: how monetary policy affects the economy and your wealth-creation potential by David M. Jones