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By: Nadeem_Walayat The stock market has continued to confound the academic proponents of the the debt deflation mantra who have in perfect perma bear style been banging their heads continuously against a four year stealth bull market that has marched all the way … Continue reading
Sent into us by Val,Thanks ! by: Peter Brown Market reached new highs yesterday. After a pull back to support the market put in a strong rally above 1500. There seems no end to the strenght of this market. Driven … Continue reading
By: Toby_Connor In my last couple of articles I mentioned that I was waiting for the S&P to form a swing low as the first confirmation that an intermediate degree bottom had formed. That swing is going to form on … Continue reading
Sent to us to-day Comment: This analyzes is just as good as any other I have seen and comes across level-headed. I would advice all followers to hedge themselves and I would go out 1 year on the put … Continue reading
By Anthony Wile (Daily Bell) Here’s some interesting news along the lines of “man bites dog.” According to a recent Reuters article, US financial advisors are actually growing leery of US Treasury bonds. This is almost unheard of and one … Continue reading
By: Chris_Ciovacco As we mentioned yesterday, a fear-induced buying climax may occur in the coming days as shorts cover and managers sitting on cash move to the “I can’t take it anymore” stage. While a sustained break above the 1,266 … Continue reading
By: Tony_Caldaro The week started off with a meltdown in Europe. They lost 4.35% on monday while the US markets were closed. When the US market opened on tuesday, it gapped down losing about 3%, made the low for the … Continue reading
The U.S. jobs data, released on Friday, showed that the U.S. economy had added no jobs at all in August, a hugely disappointing figure that renewed worries that the economy may be heading for a recession. Wall Street reacted with a … Continue reading