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Gregg Jahnke

Gregg Jahnke

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Confessions of a Supply-Side Junkie

    Published 16 August 2002 | viewed 2,331 times

    Confession is good for the soul, or so I am told. While Doug Noland takes a well deserved Friday off (he'll be back next week),…

  • Dow 36,000 or Dow 3,600?

    Published 31 July 2002 | viewed 3,284 times

    In the Monday's Wall Street Journal they revisited the work of our analytical opponents, James Glassman and Kevin Hassett, of "Dow 36,000" fame. The authors…

  • A Cheap Stock is Hard to Find

    Published 11 July 2001 | viewed 2,900 times

    This week rather than the usual Wednesday roundup of bad news about the economy, we'll give you some even worse information about the stocks market's…