Seriously, folks, I uncharacteristically overreacted in my post last Friday about Wall Street’s breathtaking plunge the previous day. Is my face red.
Although I was correct in predicting that the market would close lower on Friday, I was rash in expecting that the events of Thursday would kill the Big Apple’s housing recovery until fall.
I make this acknowledgment after surveying several lawyers, lenders and brokers, despite some notable short-term effects. Continue reading →
Thursday was one of those days that will go down in stock market history.
I was working at my desk and, as I frequently do, had a TV tuned to MSNBC yesterday afternoon. So I witnessed the horrifying plunge of the Dow Jones Industrial Average by nearly 1,000 points and then it’s partial recovery in second and minutes.
Although I’m no economist, I don’t see why it would be foolhardy of me to make one prediction for when the New York Stock Exchange closes today:
The Dow will be lower than at the opening. Continue reading →