We’ve compiled many of the very best outlooks from various analysts, gurus, hedge funds and investors.   We hope you find the list helpful in mapping your successful 2010:

Wall Street Banks

Hedge Funds & Investment Gurus

Actionable Ideas, Alternative Assets & Potential Potholes

The Outlook Abroad


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Cullen Roche

Mr. Roche is the Founder of Orcam Financial Group, LLC. Orcam is a financial services firm offering research, private advisory, institutional consulting and educational services.

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  • Jerry Kramer

    What a great post !!!! Thanks so much, Jerry

  • BleakoEcobamics

    WOW. Well this will definitely give me something to to this weekend. Thanks TPC. Your site rules.

  • Paul

    This is the ultimate site for goodies! Happy New Year and thank you!

  • Naa

    Thanks TPC!

    Wishing you and your family a very happy new year…

  • Ken

    WOW!…..Bet this took you some work…..Thanks so much…..I will save to favorites so I can bring it up from time to time…..and will be especially fun to look at experts picks one year from now….great job….

  • TSF

    Great post! Thank you, TPC and happy new year !

  • bluebare

    Awesome research. Thanks from me, too.

  • TPC

    Thanks everyone. I hope this helps us all navigate the markets. I look forward to good discussions in 2010.

  • mr x

    How about posting the real documents you shitbag

  • TPC

    Well you’re welcome! I am sure you have access to all of these research firms on your own! I have rewarded your grateful attitude by rerouting your ip address to the Goldman Sachs website. You can use your log-in to access this research there. Good luck to you in 2010!

  • iPhoneKönig

    Thanks for the great posting – and happy new year to you all :)

  • Forex Trader

    Now, this is what I call a list. Thanks!

    However, it is worth reading more than 5 of theses?

    These articles are typically broad opinions of what people are talking about already (with no value added). I say just read Goldman’s and take it from there.

  • Michael

    This excellent 2010 reading list has been shared with the readership of safe-options-trading-income at Thanks very much for sharing this information.

  • Bruce

    Thank you for a very useful resource. Any people out there interested in Thailand may find my just-released book of some interest … Your Investment Guide to Thailand by Silkworm Books (further details at the URL provided). Cheers

  • Fx beginner

    Woh! Thanks for the information and resources.

    Thanks again and all the best in 2010!

  • Yasar Erdinc

    What a great study. Thank you so much and happy new year. I was wondering if you have 2009 and 2008 outlook or earlier years. I am doing a research and it would be great.

  • maverick

    simply awesome.

  • marshall hammersley

    interesting . Thanks

  • Liam

    That’s called plagiarism you shitbag. TPC did us all a huge favor by summarizing.

  • TCA

    TPC – classic response, love it..

  • Anonymous

    What a bunch of lame comments. No analysis. No response to suggestions. No perspective, interesting criticism, did you all come from the same classroom? And fail?

  • Hussain

    Goldmans outlook is best.

  • Help

    How should one go about reading these, doing some analysis and forming an investment view

  • Liquid Trader

    Ja – a bloody good link.

    I get the sense that 2010 is likely to be a watershed year for investment markets unless there are some sustainable changes in the unemployment outlook. Alternatively there has to be a shift in the economy toward smaller, more entrepreneurial businesses again.

  • Grand Supercycle

    DOW/SP500 daily charts continue to show signs of being overbought.
    But the weekly chart is bullish/neutral – ie a moderate uptrend.

    Keep in mind that trends with longer time frames have more influence over trends with smaller time frames.

    The bear market rally from March 2009 will not end until the weekly chart turns down.

    The very choppy USD Index daily chart is now bearish but it’s weekly chart continues to give bullish warnings.

  • Marian

    BIG thanks for this.