Minyanville Underground Railroad: Ten Themes for 2010
Below is an excerpt from Todd's column, Ten Themes for 2010, which will publish on Minyanville tomorrow morning. This is a MUR exclusive:
"A year has passed since I wrote my note. I should have known this right from the start." --The Police
2009 will forever be remembered as a tale of two tapes, a bipolar stroller that tickled the depths of despair and the height of hope.
Following a gut-wrenching decline that threatened the very survival of free-market capitalism, the government unleashed its liquidity spigot, changed the rules of engagement and manufactured the single greatest upside reversal in financial history.
As we edge into this twelve-month stretch, pundits have furiously offered fresh predictions, price targets and prophecies. While Minyanville prides itself on adapting rather than conforming, we're happy to gaze across the financial horizon and toss our hat in that ring.
We recently asked fifteen of our resident professors for forward-looking prognostications and their foresight provoked a plethora of insightful and actionable ideas. (See Dawn of the Decade)
In addition to those observations, I humbly submit ten themes that could bear fruit by the time 2011 arrives...
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Todd Harrison is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Minyanville. Prior to his current role, Mr. Harrison was President and head trader at a $400 million dollar New York-based hedge fund. Todd welcomes your comments and/or feedback at email@example.com.
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