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Short Seller Doug Kass on Malinvestment, Permanent QE, the Global Economy

Aaron Task did a nice video interview of famed short seller Doug Kass on Yahoo! Finance. I am waiting to pull the trigger, says Kass. Kass’s contrarian views are well known on Wall Street. Last December, he predicted that global economic...Show More Summary

Doug Kass: The Day The Market Died

Here is Doug Kass' latest: "The Day the Market Died" (to be sung to the tune of Don McLean's " American Pie" and with special recognition to Sean Brady and Tom Kearney who originally presented this concept after the Nasdaq blew up in 2000). Show More Summary

Apple: Kass Questions Icahn’s Optimism

Seabreeze Partners‘s Doug Kass, a noteworthy bear on Apple (AAPL) of late, today took exception to the optimism about Apple’s business shown by Carl Icahn in an open letter the latter published addressing Apple CEO Tim Cook. Icahn thinks the stock is worth $203 per share, rather than a recent $102.07, and in support of [...]

Seabreeze: Buy Oaktree On Gross’s Departure

Bill Gross’s departure has sent up Janus Capital’s (JNS) stock more than 33% in trading Friday, but Seabreeze’s Doug Kass thinks that investors should be piling into Oaktree Capital (OAK) instead. Kass writes that the move is the latest blow to Pimco, which is already dealing with redemptions and regulatory problems, and that investors may leave the fund, even [...]

Apple: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Kass’s Contrarian View

Over at TheStreet‘s Real Money Pro today, Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners pens a riposte to my article in Barron’s print edition this week that took issue with his negative thesis on Apple (AAPL). (Subscription required to read Real Money Pro articles.) I continue to have the impression Doug is an astute market watcher, and has [...]

Rumors That Carl Icahn Has Taken A Stake In Whole Foods Send The Stock Soaring (WFM)

Shares of Whole Foods were up more than 4% in morning trade following rumors that Carl Icahn has taken a large stake in the company. The rumor was first reported by theflyonthewall.com. Noted investor Doug Kass also commented on Twitter...Show More Summary

It’s a Low, Low, Low, Low, Rate World

  Inquiring minds want to know: What is up with Yields ? Yesterday, Seabreeze Partners fund manager Doug Kass sent me a Bloomberg chart showing the 20 lowest developed nations’ 10 year bond yield. Astonishingly, the United States is number 16.  The US Treasury 10 year bond yields a little better more than Norway (#15),...Read More

Minsky Moment: The Roles Of Complacency And Volatility

By George Acs: I read an excellent article by Doug Kass yesterday. Most of all it explained the origin and definition of the expression "Minsky Moment" that had suddenly come into vogue and received frequent mention late this past week. Show More Summary

DOUG KASS: I've Been Blacklisted From CNBC — Here's Why

Fund manager Doug Kass, who runs Seabreeze Partners, writes in a new Street.com column that he hasn't been invited back on CNBC because of comments he made in a New York Post article last August. Kass, who has been a regular guest on...Show More Summary

Christmas For the Jews!

Doug Kass put together this great list of amusing videos: Melissa McQueen and Hot Box, “All I Want for Christmas Is Jews” (parody of the famous Mariah Carey song); Darlene Love, “Christmas Time for the Jews” (my favorite, “Saturday Night Live”); Adam Sandler, “The Chanukah Song” (“Saturday Night Live”); Steve Martin, “A Holiday Wish” (“Saturday...Read More

Inconceivable

Trade universe for tomorrow MUB daily. A possible trendline break. Some love for CEF Munis from Doug Kass. Inconceivable.Good trading and great risk management to all.Educational use only. Never intended as investment advice.

10 Mid-Week AM Reads

My morning reading: • Doug Kass:”the Market Has Peaked for 2013? (The Street.com) • SPACS SUCK, FILM AT 11: Thriving Financial Product, Despite a Record of Failure (Dealbook) • BlackBerry – and Nokia’s – Fundamental Failing (strat?chery ) see also HOW BLACKBERRY FELL (Elements) • Next Fed Head Should Meet the Bernie Sanders/Elizabeth Warren Standard...Read More

Doug Kass Compares Himself To Johnny Depp As He Gives 10 Reasons Why The Stock Market Has Peaked

Doug Kass, head of Seabreeze Partners, has been bearish on stocks for most of the year. "I'm getting the 'summer of 1987 feeling' in the U.S. equity market," Kass told CNBC in February, "which means we're headed for a sharp fall." Yesterday,...Show More Summary

DOUG KASS 'Twitter Empowers Mean, Weak, Angry, Misinformed People'

Doug Kass, the fund manager at Seabreeze Partners, quit Twitter in June. Lots of people were bummed, as Kass can be extremely colorful. In an interview yesterday on CNBC's "Fast Money", he explained his decision to abandon the medium...Show More Summary

10 Thursday AM Reads

My morning reads: • 22 Insights From The Most Successful Investors In History (Business Insider) • Doug Kass: I’m still a bear and Twitter is useless (MarketWatch) • What if the Stock Market Were a Bond? (Crossing Wall Street) • Is the U.S. Economy Exiting a Micro-Recession? (Political Calculations) • Major economies out of sync...Read More

Doug Kass Leaves Twitter, Blames 'Too Many Haters'

Wall Street veteran Doug Kass is signing off from Twitter. At least for a while, he says. "I've been on twitter for a while now," tweeted Kass. "I try to provide thoughtful tweets that may help traders/investors. But too many haters." Kass earned legendary status by calling the March 2009 "generational" bottom in the stock market. Show More Summary

DOUG KASS: This Is A Great Time To Buy Gold (GLD)

Gold futures are well off their 52-week high of $1,804 per ounce. They are currently at about $1,394.50 per ounce. Hedge fund manager Doug Kass thinks it's a great time to buy gold. "There is probably no better time to consider diversifying...Show More Summary

Doug Kass Says Buy Gold

By David Zanoni: Doug Kass, the President of Seabreeze Partners, who previously called the stock market bottom in March of 2009, has now turned bullish on gold. He admits that the intrinsic value of gold is difficult to evaluate and previously expressed his negative view of the yellow metal, but his bearish outlook has recently changed. Show More Summary

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