Here's what I'm looking at today:
Peter Schiff's new video discussing the US vs. Global economy. This is one of the few guys getting media play that actually gets it. Video via Zero Hedge.
Even if the US economy is weak, prices are still likely to rise and don't be surprised if stocks follow.
Ford Shares Jump on Sales, Clunkers: Can it last? I think the attitude of the American Consumer is giving Ford a shot due to it remaining outside the grasp of the government. Can you blame them? The sales jump is due to pent up demand as no one was buying during the market "crisis" and they were waiting for the federal program to start.
Goldman Employees Told No Big Purchases. What are they going to do with all those millions?