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Dow – Near-Term Risk

There is clearly a risk of a temporary high this week. It is 13 weeks up, and the momentum is losing ground. Nevertheless, our energy models are not excessively [...]

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Unemployment

We still see unemployment rising. The primary trend is the state and local government cannot print money and are the major source from which jobs will vanish. Of [...]

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Gold, Dollar & the Dow

The questions about gold v the Dow seem to be relentless. Here seems to be the number one question people ask. “Are you saying Gold & the Dollar and Dow can [...]

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Why do they Hate us so Much?

The leak from the Justice Department recently has been a strangely clarifying political moment. This leak of the Justice Department’s “white [...]

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Philadelphia DOUBLING Property Taxes & Self-Interest

Philadelphia must have waited for Obama’ State of the Union speech for today out comes the news they fully concur the rich should pay for everyone. Of course [...]

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No Pension for the man who killed Bin Laden

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Let’s Get Real – Madoff for Sec. Treasury

Look! Why constantly hire lawyers and bankers to run what Madoff was doing for decades. Hire someone with experience for once. He knows how to pretend to be trading [...]

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Strange Events

Just after the Pope announced his resignation, Saint Peters at the Vatican was struck by lightening a few minutes past 6PM. This is now being herald as proof that [...]

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The Dow 20,000 or Bust?

The Dow Jones Industrial Index has been pressing against the 2007 high, but we still need a monthly closing ABOVE 14280. Actually, we face rising volatility in [...]

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Taxes Changing Sports

Sports figures are changing venues and refusing to accept payments for services all because of taxes. Politicians do not get it. Raise taxes and people change their [...]

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