Upsides or how to read today’s news from wall street

I am closely watching CNBC this AM with my business hat firmly affixed. Today is a rough house Monday on Wall Sreet as the weekend basically saw Lehman and Merril go down. This follows Freddie and Fannie last week. Yikes!

Upsides? The wise investor buys when others are selling. She also educates herself. Quite frankly – the SMB sector is one of the strongest around and becoming a Small Business Specialist and doing your SBS 2008 thing is lookin’ better than ever! Other upsides include plummenting oil prices and mortage rates are down. These are findamentals that suggest a turn arond is near and you can plan now\position now for a great late 2008 and beyond!

cheers…harrybbbb

Harry Brelsford, CEO at smb nation www.smbnation.com

Microsoft Small Business Specialist SBSC, MBA, MCSE, MCT, MCP, CNE, CLSE, CNP

PS – did u know I host an annual conference in Seattle each october for SBSers and SMB consultants? This year we help launch SBS 2008 and Essential Business Server (EBS) between October 4-6!

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  1. Harry,

    Great post! I couldn’t agree with you more. I too, believe the fundamentals are looking stronger and that the SMB segment is well poised to avoid any serious negative effects of whatever we want to call these strange economic times. That coupled with the fact that this nation needs to get through the November election, regardless of who wins, and we can all focus back on our fundamentals and not get so wrapped up in the media frenzy of negativity.

    Good for you for posting this!

    MJ

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