Is Inflation Next? Warren Buffet Thinks So

  • March 9, 2009

Warren Buffet stated in a Reuters.com article that he believes the economy fell off a cliff but will eventually recover. The recovery could trigger inflation worse than the inflation of the late 1970's.

Your Retirement Goals Pushed Back?

  • February 20, 2009

Despite tightening their wallets, Americans are now further from achieving their retirement goals amidst the weakening economy. That’s the word from Bank of America in its new 2008 Retirement Savings Survey which says that a growing number of Americans are concerned that the current economic crisis is threatening to leave them further behind on their retirement plans.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • February 19, 2009

February 17, 2009........Comments by Tom Robinson, President Last week was not pretty for equities virtually anywhere.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • February 9, 2009

February 9, 2009......Comments by Tom Robinson, President Stock markets generally had a good week last week.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 26, 2009

January 26, 2009……..Comments by Tom Robinson, President There is a new President in the White House, and we all have to wish him well as he tries to deal with the multiple issues that confront the nation.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 12, 2009

January 12, 2009........Comments by Tom Robinson, President Spooked by the deteriorating employment situation and the judgment of a deepening global recession, the equity markets did not do well last week.

Oppenheimer Asset Management, Inc.

  • January 6, 2009

January 5, 2009.......Comments by Tom Robinson, President I, for one, am glad that the 2008 stock market is over, that it went out with a bang, and that the new year began on a positive note. In 2008, the Dow’s decline matched the fall in 1930, the S&P 1937, and the Nasdaq’s was the worst on record. Thus, the good news last week that all three indexes were up over 6% was a big positive indeed. Even Europe, after an absolutely horrible 2008, advanced almost 6%. The Asian markets were up but only about half that of Europe. The ten-year Treasury sold off sharply on the week. Oil prices rose.