Below includes the many opinion and editorial articles by Dr. Cosgrove featured in prominent news publications. He has also been quoted in media outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, Barron's, The Hill, and The Christian Science Monitor. Dr. Cosgrove publishes articles in academic journals such as the Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Futures Research Quarterly and Journal of International Finance and Economics.
As it appeared on the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal
May 21, 2003 Op-Ed Articles
The Christian Science Monitor (October 14, 2008) cited Michael Cosgrove, with a a call for the Fed to add "permanent liquidity into the system" through 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 column Up 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.