David W. Tice

Articles by David W. Tice

A highly significant article featured in last week's Financial Times. "Fed considered emergency measures to save economy' reports that a summary of the FOMC meeting of January 25-26 [minutes won't be available for 5 years] shows Fed...
Peter Warburton is the author of ‘Debt and Delusion’, Penguin, 2000.
Stock market action has been particularly choppy and disjointed, not atypical for option expiration week. Unfortunately, and we hope only temporarily, we have returned to last year’s phenomenon where the “blue chips” are generally under...
Today was day 43 in what continues to be an historic period of absolutely destructive speculation. With today's 3% rise, the NASDAQ100 joins the Morgan Stanley Technology index, the Semiconductors, the NASDAQ Telecommunications index, and...
Despite what have appeared to be indications of an imminent change to this most difficult environment, the historic stock market dislocation continues. Again this week, the market is dominated by wild moves in stocks and sectors with large...
Today's reports of stronger than expected productivity gains and less than expected unit labor costs will only incite more giddy chatter of a "new era" miracle economy. Amazingly, a very strong consensus has developed that we live in a...
As expected, it was another very unsettled week in the stock market and financial markets generally. Despite higher interest rates, stocks rocketed higher led by the most speculative issues in a move that looked to be exacerbated by...
It was not a whole lot of fun but we are, nonetheless, happy to have another option expiration week behind us. For the week, the Dow gained 127 points, or just over 1%. The S&P500 also rose 1% this week, with the Morgan Stanley...
It was a bearish week on Wall Street. While the Dow did post a 59-point rise, and the Morgan Stanley Cyclical index and utilities gained more than 1%, most other averages were in decline. The S&P 500 was hit for about a 2% loss. The...
It was a decisive week for the bearish view, with losses for the dollar, credit markets and stocks. For the week, the Dow and S&P 500 dropped about 2%. The Morgan Stanley Cyclical index and the Utilities shed 3%. Performing better, the...

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