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You Gotta See This To Believe It!

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Behind the Global Curve

Interest rate

Global interest rates are rising in anticipation of inflationary pressures ahead. There are two major non-participants in this story. The first is Japan, which is adding liquidity to counter the economic devastation in the wake of last month’s earthquake/tsunami/nuclear event. Strong aftershocks are still occurring and the nuclear situation is far from being contained. The […]

You Know it’s a Bull Market When…

Stock Charts

You Know It’s a Bull Market When… Greece collapses and the markets move higher. When Ireland collapses and the markets move higher. When Portugal collapses and the market moves higher. Spain is the next domino to fall – can you say Dow 13,000? Of course taking this perverse logic even further, if the US were […]

The Liquidity Trap Unfolds

Fed View One

The Dow’s over 12,000 again as I write this. Bad news seems to have a very temporary effect on this juggernaut that’s been largely aided and abetted by the Federal Reserve’s cheap money policy. How much longer can THEY keep it going? Well, in theory they can keep it up forever. The Fed’s goal is […]

The State of the Union

Gold

The speech always sounds better during a bull market. The Dow broke 12,000 but people aren’t feeling the love. Maybe it’s because many investors who have made back losses in the market saw those very same gains evaporate with the plunge in their home equity? Worse, the market has basically gone nowhere for a decade […]

Rally? What Rally?

The last quarter ended with a whimper. Stock indices had their worst quarter in four years and the worst August since 2001. Despite the rally last week where we saw the indices tack on 2.5% in one day, it’s been a miserable year for stocks. Gold on the other hand is approaching news lifetime highs […]

A Bullish Respite

The world’s problems disappeared, magically and overnight. Last week we saw three major rallies. The first was in the S&P 500; the second in the Volatility Indicator (VIX), and the third was in the Euro. It was the latter that ignited the former. Right now the Euro is displaying a very strong correlation to the […]

Double-Dip?

declining chart

Last week retail bell-weather Best Buy (BBY-NYSE) reported disappointing earnings. As the CEO Brian Dunn put it “store traffic is “choppy,” adding that “consumer spending is episodic … It appears that customers are operating on cues from the broader environment.” Well, if that is the case, then expect even worse numbers ahead. The American consumer […]

De-Masking the Bull

I hope you’re enjoying Summer and spending time on what’s really important: your well-being, freedom and those who are dear to you. Okay, this week’s letter has to be short and sweet as I’m touring places beyond civilization this week and internet coverage is poor… Now, remember, I want a recovery out of this recession […]


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