As it appeared on the editorial page ofThe Wall Street Journal May 21, 2003
Other Press Coverage includes: The Christian Science Monitor (October 14, 2008) cited Michael Cosgrove, with a a call for the Fed to add "permanent liquidity into the system" throught its control of monetary policy. "The 3 percent growth in bank reserves in the past year is pretty puny." "it is going to take quite a long time to build up trust" in the financial system.
Barron's (December 2, 2006) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast®, in the columnUp and Down Wall Street as stating "The U.S. efforts in Iraq might have been a turning point for the Middle East and another positive for the global economy."
Barron's (December 12, 2005) cited Michael Cosgrove, "The markets have been told -- again by Greenspan -- that the Fed is going to invert the curve," says Michael Cosgrove, proprietor of the Econoclast®, a monthly analysis of the economy and financial markets.
Barron's (September 13, 2004) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® on fiscal stimulus being used to fight the "Terrorist Tax."
Barron's (July 12, 2004) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® on Wal-Mart, productivity gains and labor costs.
Bloomberg Wealth Manager (May 2004) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® on the bond market and irrational exuberance.
Bloomberg Personal Finance (November 2002) cited Michael Cosgrove,Econoclast® on monetary policy and the risk of deflation.
Business Week Article (October 21, 2002) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® on the macroeconomic impacts of oil prices.
Barron's (May 13, 2002) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® on the limited attractiveness of European and Japanese fixed income markets.
Barron's (February 11, 2002) cited Michael Cosgrove, Econoclast® about economic conditions outside the U.S. not being as good as in the U.S. leading to a strengthening of the dollar.
Barron's (December 11, 2000, p. 43) had a half page review from the December 2000 Econoclast® research report highlighting the impact of what an erratic Federal Reserve monetary policy did to NASDAQ performance in 1999 and 2000.Barron's included a graph from The Econoclast® report in their article.
Wall Street Journal (July 1, 1996) article by Fred R. Bleakley, in which The Econoclast® is described as having the best interest-rate forecast of the sixty-four economists that participated in The Wall Street Journal's survey for the first six months of 1996.