Dawn of the Decade: The Bull Case for 2010
Jon Markman on why we could see the strongest recovery in 30 years.
Minyanville sat down with 15 of our professors to get their take on what to expect in 2010. What will be the dominant themes for the year? Which companies or sectors could be hot? Where is the dollar headed? Will gold's run ever stop?
Check out Minyanville's Dawn of the Decade page for answers to all this and more.
Featured Interview: Jon Markman
Jon Markman is the founder of Markman Capital Insight. Previously, he was portfolio manager and senior investment strategist at a multi-strategy hedge fund from 2002 to 2005; managing editor and columnist at CNBC on MSN Money from 1997 to 2002; and an editor, investments columnist, and investigative reporter at the Los Angeles Times from 1984 to 1997.
We asked Jon why he believes we're on the cusp of a new bull cycle, and why he's forecasting the strongest recovery the economy has seen in 30 years. Jon also talked about why he thinks stocks are an important barometer for the impending robust economic recovery.
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