Tuesday, July 10, 2012


"Not being invested in equities right now is one of the "most dangerous" things to do, according to Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Bull and Bear Partners, who believes U.S. companies will beat Wall Street's estimates for second-quarter earnings.

Corporate America is "richer than ever before" and consumers have more disposable cash because of recent lower oil prices, Bouroudjian told CNBC on Tuesday, adding that the extra cash will boost earnings and bode well for stocks in the next few years. "

Mark it down, he's on record......certainly stocks are not over valued? but certainly in bonds you get NO yield..it's fixed



Anonymous said...

Mark it down yourself. You are on record 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 same thing over and over and over. Major top is in, $BDI says so, and I saved everybody.

Sincerely Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Bull and Bear Partners

Marc R said...

That's funny. Come back when the SPX drops below 1,000 again on way to 800 or below and let me know how that works for you. No ONE indicator is going to tell you anything. Don't beat yourself up because you held thru financial crisis and maybe you only see blue skies. Damn thing is we've been in a SECULAR Bear trend where the SPX is still below 2000 highs, 12 years later...thank you for giving me credit and seeing that.
SOme people hear and see what they want to see and leave a post as you have...do yourself a favor and don't read my blog as obviously you seem to have ahandle on this great bull mkt.

Anonymous said...

"Not being invested in equities right now is one of the "most dangerous" things to do

Dow up 170 I rest my case.

I would like to invite you to listen in to my radio program. I am in the process of writing a perma bear program. Please send me email contact if you would like to express your views over the airways. Contact info and program at link.


Sincerely Jack Bouroudjian, CEO of Bull and Bear Partners

Marc R said...

I might do that, but I have NO clout, I'm not Roubini or anyone else with notariety. I'm Duratek, long time poster with a strong opinion and all I ever wanted to do, back to 2000 was warn people of DANGER, and try to educate or get them to try to think about how their money is invested. I have unique writing style and persepctive. I have been featured, sometimes my charts on very influential and popular sites...this site isn't just about me....

"DOW IS UP 170, I REST MY CASE" this is exactly what I'm talking about what NONSENSE!!! A ONE DAY wonder not backed by volume nor breadth is how you base your opinion????? That shows a complete lack of any market understanding. WHO do you read or rely on to help form your opinion?

Another Russelism is the market will fool the majority of people most of the time or something like that.

Sir, with all due respect, the historic lows in INT RATES I find rather troublesome and in most economic stats find it more than 3 years into a "recovery" in most cases not to resemble ANY prior recovery.

NO ONE can consistantly predict the TOP or the BOTTOM, and I tend to stay bearish too long and am too conservative...knowing oneself is important to improving oneself...getting off the BEAR BIBLE one day is my goal....seeing the market from a TECHNICAL perspective can be helpful VS letting any emotion sway you.

The makings of a NEW BULL MKT or continuation of the BULL from 2009 bottom...seem less likely to me, and so sorry to disapoint...I'll continue to play the odds of trouble brewing than worry about missing a rally surely in MHO destined to FAIL and to harm many. AMAZING VALUES will again apear in the not too or distant future...and those with DRY POWDER and GUTS will see that and buy hand over fist....that is IF you have cash to put to work....and not have rode any bull to the top and then down to the bottom where emotion and fear wild drive most to sell once again near THE BOTTOM...and this fearful selling which will crescnedo is how these longer term bottoms are formed