Blog/Stock Indicies

China Corporate Defaults: Good, Bad, or just Ugly?

A fertilizer producer in north China defaulted on bond payments, which is a positive aspect as the state governments are not so eager to bail out failed companies. [...]

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S&P 500 is Really Cheap

COMMENT: Dear Martin, Another element that strongly supports your view is that US equities will fly at some point in the future. If you take the trailing 10y avg [...]

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Private Blog Update on the Dow

Private Blog Update on the [...]

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BREXIT v Yellen

  The debate shifted following the Jobs Report, and people now assume that the Fed will not raise rates. Hence, we have a bounce in gold and the euro. That [...]

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Jobs v Asset Inflation

The job market collapsed in May, and on Friday the Labor Department reported that the nation’s economy added only 38,000 jobs. The experts were expecting a modest [...]

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Market Update Dow – Euro – Gold

We have provided a Market update for the May closing today in the Euro, gold, and the [...]

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Dow & the Potential Breakout

We have provided a Special Update on the DOW for clients only on the Private [...]

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Private Important Dow Update for Month-End

Despite what the majority have been saying, we are likely to see a lot of blood on Wall Street See Private Blog Because this is Important for Clients Only to be [...]

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The Dow & the Confusion

The Dow does not need to break last year’s low, as that was accomplished in the NASDAQ and S&P 500. Nothing has changed there. The entire interest rate [...]

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The Dow for the Close of May 20, 2016

The first Minor Weekly Bearish Reversal in the Dow lies at 17434. A closing beneath this for the week will confirm what already appears to be in motion after [...]

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