Doug Kass is a short-seller, and a chatty one, at that, so he can’t help himself when things look like they finally might start to turn his way. Like next year, for instance, a “pivot point for the market,” if you will. “The year of reckoning,” even.
But don’t think Doug hasn’t had anything to say about things even as stocks have annoyingly gone up and up and up and then up some more over the last six years.
I’ve written, by my calculation, 40 million words and 50,000 columns since I started with Jim Cramer on TheStreet.com in 1998. I’m like a savant — I wake up with a new idea every morning.
And if you’d like to read some of them—to the tune of 4,000 to 7,000 words per day—you can join his 100,000 fans on Twitter. Or, better yet, buy his new book.
Basically, this is my journey from Woodstock, which I attended in upstate New York in 1969, to the Woodstock of capitalism — Wall Street.
Market guru Kass sees 2015 as ‘year of reckoning’ [Palm Beach Daily News]