Brady Willett

Articles by Brady Willett

Rock-a-bye baby, on the treetop, When the wind blows, the cradle will rock, When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall,
The Treasury Secretary Paulson and Fed Chairman Bernanke bailout plan calls for $700 billion in taxpayer funds to be used to purchase assets that will in all likelihood be worth considerably less in the future. As for the contention that...
With the passing of Memorial Day the stock markets have unofficially entered the summer doldrums, or a period of time leading into September when traders take vacations, investors spend some time buying suntan lotion rather than stocks,...
Patiently shining your coins, and bullion may be a wiser pursuit than currently buying most gold stocks. The XAU is up 19.88% since December 31, 2001. That is 0.56% per day, every day including weekends this year: not bad for something...
For those of you yet unaware, the United States economy is almost certainly in recession for the first time in more than a decade.  Furthermore, this recession would have in all probability have come to pass whether the September 11...
On May 22, 2001 the Nasdaq reached an intraday high of 2328, the Dow 11,350, and the S&P 500 1315.  Since then the markets have been held inside of an extraneous trading range with April's lows marking the 'bottom'.  Although this...
"Rather than representing a temporary slow-down in the growth of equity valuations, current market conditions threaten to make temporary bearish sentiments into an entrenched bearish reality." September 20, 2000 – Peaked Peaks?
Easy Al needs no introduction and neither does his polished, whether intentional or not, ability to entice investors into believing that he is the savior of the stock markets. Throughout Greenspan's tenure 'avoiding potential problems' is...
2000 was a year in which the stock market cult's faction was challenged.  Even horror stories have beginnings…
India and the U.S. trump Italy as top gold jewelry exporters.