Thursday, August 28, 2008

Best of the Net - Thursday August 28, 2008

It's been a slow week leading up to Labour Day. In fact, the lowest volume trading week of the year. As such, there's relatively little to mention from the web-world that's worth reading. Here's a few from the last two days that piqued my interest:

Amid the euphoria of the "happy days are back" crowd, Paul Kasriel has some charts showing that the devil is in the details of the US GDP figures. Read Paul's daily here.

and Mike Shedlock appear to have some differing opinions on the gold market, currencies and manipulation. Click on their names to read their views. I'll have some of my own views on the gold market next week.

Chris Puplava has some good analysis and some interesting charts to mull over in his weekly wrapup on Financial Sense, The Worst Is Yet to Come.

No comments:

View My Stats