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Spear's Crunches Credit

From our prescient leaders to our warnings to the central bankers of a year ago, Spear's has been consistently ahead of everyone else in forecasting, discussing and analysing the credit crisis.

From our prescient leaders to our warnings to the central bankers of a year ago, Spear's has been consistently ahead of everyone else in forecasting, discussing and analysing the credit crisis.

Here are our articles about the credit crisis, in one easy place and updated with new ones:

Stephen Hill's blog, where he analyses the latest news out of Wall St and the City

Anatomy of a Breakdown, by Stephen Hill, on the origins of the crisis (November 2008)

How to Spend It, by Josh Spero, on the best places to stash your cash (November 2008)

How to Win Funds and Earn Interest Off People, by William Cash, on the best way to borrow your way out of the credit crisis (November 2008)

Gordon Fool, by Stephen Hill, on how Brown hit the economic cycles, and how they hit back (September 2008)

Sale Now On, by Rob Cox, on American banks dumping their securities (September 2008)

It's All Right for Some, by Guy Monson, on why now is the time to buy (September 2008)

A review of Charles R Morris' book The Trillion Dollar Meltdown, by Rob Cox (September 2008)

Let's Do Crunch and The Rating Game, two leaders (June 2008)

Just Try Not to Gloat, by Scott Rudmann, on the opportunities for private equity (June 2008)

One Downsize Fits All, by Rob Cox, on the collapse of Bear Stearns (June 2008)

Crisis? What Crisis?, by Guy Monson, on looking to the long-term (June 2008)

Paint It Black, by Frederick Barker, and Abstract Recessionism, by Godfrey Barker, alternative views on how the recession will hit the art market (March 2008)

Steady as She Goes, by Guy Monson, an early example of advising the avoidance of sub-prime risks (September 2007)



 

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