The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin

The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
posted by John Mauldin
02-23-2009


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I told my readers we would have a recession in 2007; it’s now 14 months long and counting.  Will this be a “V” shaped rebound or a “L” shaped recovery?  With higher unemployment and lower consumer spending, this could be a nasty one, so here’s my thoughts on “Why” and “What You Can Do About It.”  

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Lissa wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-02-2009 3:53 AM
Thanks for this video. This will be important iinput for the projections part of my MBA paper.
VinylConversations wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-02-2009 3:18 PM
Nicely presented talk. I learned something. And, I enjoyed it.
Steve Roskamp wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-02-2009 9:47 PM
John, I thank you for you newletters, I look forward to reading them each week, as they are full of insight and wisdom. Thanks for the new venue of video. You did a great job! Steve
waddyplatt wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-07-2009 6:46 AM
I look forward to your weekly newsletter and it is nice to put a voice to the writing. I hope to meet you at a seminar one day. Thanks for educating me. Best, Waddy Platt
Mike Z wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-07-2009 7:00 AM
John, I loved the video. As the saying goes a picture is worth a thousand words and video even more. This is the most efficient way of communicating information to me and a lot of your readers. Your candid insight is wonderful, practical, timely, and to the point. I look forward to seeing the video or audio version of your weekly newsletter on a weekly basis. Regards, Mike Zand
Harold Katinszky wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-13-2009 8:36 PM
Nice Vid, thanks
Anonymous wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-15-2009 8:56 AM
I appreciate your insight and explaination, it will really help me to plan my investments, and preserve my wealth. Many other investment advisors are saying to wait until the 'bottom' and then jump in with both feet. They may be surprised if the pool is filled with wet concrete.
louisreznick wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-15-2009 5:57 PM
Very interesting backgound on the economy. Stock market risky even at the present low cost Learn to live with less-budget your life only buy necessities. What do you do with your $? Bank or Hide it in your safe? Solution? Online Businesses? http://louisreznick.ws http://maverickmoneymakers.ws
[email protected] wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-22-2009 6:26 PM
Hello
neri wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-28-2009 3:14 PM
Is John imitating Nouriel or is Nouriel imitating John ? This is the question ! ! !
Edward Papciak wrote re: The Continuing Recession: How Bad Is It and How Long Will It Last? - A personal conversation with John Mauldin
on 03-30-2009 1:11 PM
Thank you John. Your insight is always appreciated. I'm happy to be one of your1.5 million close friends.