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March 24, 2009: Les
Affaires' (in French) Anne Robert gets Sid's global
forecasts for 2009. The extremes were precisely identified,
as were the forecasts for what lay beyond (45-second interview
at 52- second mark).
January 23, 2006: CNBC World-Europe's Loiusa Bojesen interviewed
Sid, who discussed his views for the Nikkei, Japanese
domestic stocks, how to properly allocate among these,
and the relationship of these different equity themes
vis-à-vis the anticipated weakness in New York.
January 18, 2006: CNBC's Ron Insana interviewed Sid to
get the story behind the Nikkei's 2-day 900-point smash,
along with his Japanese equity outlook. The interview
followed Sid's special yearend report which had identified
an intermediate term peak in the Nikkei, along with another
key low for Japanese domestic equities.
December 5, 2005: CNBC's Ted David interviewed Sid about
the short and long term outlooks for the Japanese stock
market. An economist joined the debate, as the Nikkei
had just completed doubling from the identified April
November 25, 2005: CBNC World-Europe interviewed Sid about
the Japanese banking system and Japanese domestic value
stocks. October 27, 2005: The LODH annual conference (Zurich)
featured Sid as the keynote speaker, as he expounded on
diversification into Japanese domestic equities and the
gold bull market that he felt would take the metal to
$3500 over the coming decade.
October 25, 2005: CNBC World-Europe interviewed Sid about
the prospects for Japan versus the US, the larger US economic
cycle, and the accelerating bull market in gold.
August 30, 2005: ROBtv interviewed Sid for a third time
to learn why the market had peaked in the short term,
contrary to the arguments of a New York investment bank’s
August 23, 2005: Ron Insana interviewed Sid on CNBC US
about his reasoning for immediate weakness in New York.
August 22, 2005: Daniel Mann interviewed Sid on CNBC World-Europe
regarding the prospects in New York for the coming major
April 10, 2003: On the first trading day of 1990, Sid
Klein identified the perfect peak of Japan’s amazing
secular bull market.
At the April 2003 low, ROBtv (now BNN) interviewed Sid
for a second time, about the reasoning behind the 125%
Nikkei rally that would follow. Opportunities were reviewed,
as Sid had first turned bullish on Japanese Domestic Demand
Oriented Value stocks (DDOVS) in 2000. Returns would run
countertrend to the severe losses being suffered during
the also forecast 2000 - 2002 collapse in global world
In the first ROBtv interview (Sep. 23, 2002), near lows
(see Major Turning Points), Sid had discussed DDOVs that
would outperform popular themes. The contrarian arguments
for a major low were expounded (see March
3, and May
30 2003 reports).
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