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U.S. commercial real-estate collapse heats up: Best of the Boards/Blogs

Stockhouse Editorial
0 Comments| March 9, 2009

Top Bullboards post:  

“Here's the way I see it. The stock market is currently suffering from a serious bout of negative sentiment. Yes, there are significant negatives out there acting as catalysts for the downturn, but then there are always both positives and negatives driving market sentiment. As usual, it's a question of what gets the greatest investor focus. Right now it's the negatives. One ingredient of better market sentiment is a wave of new technologies which inspires investor confidence. At the moment this is a weak point. New technologies are out there and in development, but they simply aren't - at least yet - a very convincing story. So, there's not a lot to replace the once big enthusiasm which drove markets in recent years [sic]”… - From jammerh on the Bombardier (TSX: T.BBD.B, Stock Forum) Bullboard.


Top Bullboard:  

Goldsource Mines (TSX: V.GXS, Stock Forum) had one of the most posted Bullboards on Stockhouse Monday.


Top blog:  

The “U.S. commercial real-estate collapse heats up”, says littleguy123 on the Outside the Market blog Monday.


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