Roubini: The Biggest Bear on Wall Street

Wednesday, October 18, 2006 | 09:48 AM

My Slow-Motion Slow Down thesis -- a gradually slowing economy that sees GDP eventually slip to 0, and eventually takes a major toll on the stock market -- is almost mild compared with NYU's Nouriel Roubini. His economic thesis is for a full blown recession in the US come mid-2007, along with a major slow down in China (but not a recession).

You can see the full video here:

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Hat tip:  GB!


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Roubini: The Biggest Bear on Wall Street
Simon Constable
The Street.com, 10/17/2006 2:37 PM EDT
http://www.thestreet.com/video/strategysession/10315539.html

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Why are we listening to this guy? He has cost me about $30K in losses (worthless expired puts) over the last 4 months. It's great that he sees a slowdown coming, but the market sure doesn't and that is really all that matters to a trader. Economists can forecast that a recession will be here, but if the market doesn't forecast it, you lose money trading on the info.

Barry, you run a nice blog, but man are your predictions WAY off. I mean, being smart and being right don't always go hand-in-hand.

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BR:

Jeff, Who on earth told you to puts? Not me -- and please don't place your bad trading decisions on anyone else but yourself --

Its especially annoying to someone who A) flipped Bullish on June 13th, and made good money form that call; 2) has REPEATEDLY stated that its way too early to short; iii) I rec'd IBM as a BUY yesterday, pre-earnings. Its up 4 beans today.

I don't know who's more frustrating, the cheerleaders who spin every last data point as positive regardless, or the people who refuse to
take responsibility for their own errors.

Posted by: JDamon | Oct 18, 2006 10:07:08 AM

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