CNBC’s David Faber is reporting that Nouriel Roubini’s economic consulting firm is for sale.
RGE, as it’s known, has grown quickly since its founding by Roubini, who is its chairman. It has over 85 employees, and is still losing money.
According to people who have seen the offering book for the sale, the firm is [...]
I am very careful about stealing stuff from my fellow bloggers, but here is one thing that I can’t pass up, thanks to Bob Wenzel who publishes the excellent blog, Economic Policy Journal, to which I subscribe. He reported that Nouriel Roubini, my favorite playboy economist, actually Tweeted that:
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My favorite playboy economist, Nouriel Roubini, has come out with a new analysis on the future of the economy that is very similar to what yours truly has been saying. Good stuff for your consideration:
The curtain has opened on Act Two of our “Year of Two Halves”—RGE’s theme since the end of 2009—with the [...]
This came this morning from RGE (Roubini Global Economics). Roubini has been forecasting a “double dip” — actually more of an “L”-shaped recovery. He sees 2% GDP in H2. He chides his fellow economists for their newly revised “consensus view.” As I mentioned most economists are sheep. And Roubini agrees with me.
United States: Revisiting [...]
Dr. Party Boy
It is no news that Nouriel Roubini sees a double dip in the economy, but now Meredith Whitney sees a double dip due to housing problems. You will recall that she made her bones on a correct call on Citigroup and several other banks.
My favorite party boy economist, Nouriel Roubini, just came out with his analysis for the second half and he notes that wemay be heading toward a double-dip recession. Too much negative news, he frets. I have been saying this for some time. The difference between [...]
By Jeff Harding.
It has been my experience over my years of observing the financial markets and its prognosticators that economists seldom translate their correct views of the economy to investment success. I am speaking mostly of those economists who are not captive in-house economists, but those who toil in academia or sell research.
Fabulous interviews with Nassim Taleb of Black Swan fame, and Dr. Doom himself, Nouriel Roubini. I will comment on this in a subsequent post, but Taleb’s view is fascinating and almost 100% correct.