Category Archives: 2010
Tweet The markets are finishing up a great year with a whimper today, but that’s just fine. They are not giving up the gains. Going forward we should see even more gains as we are sitting right in the sweet … Continue reading
Tweet Disbelief Drives the Market Higher -Investor Sentiment as a Predictor Click on the links in blue below for more information. With so many individual investors as well as so called “gurus” predicting another crash, there is little chance it … Continue reading
Tweet Are Rising Rates a Warning Shot? Scheming Bond Vigilantes or great buying opportunity. Written by Keith Springer Click on the links in blue below for more information. Since the end of last month, long bonds have been getting killed. … Continue reading
Tweet – More stimulus and no new taxes are music for investor’s ears There were two major announcements this week that will add fuel to the stock market’s fire: On this week’s 60 minutes, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, … Continue reading
Tweet The more I think about the government’s recent quantitative easing program, the more I like it. What CEO would not want to take advantage of record low interest rates to borrow money that would generate increased growth … Continue reading
Tweet As the Fed gives us the gift of yet another bubble, investors need to know how to capitalize on this short term phenomenon and how to prepare for the inevitable burst. Who wouldn’t give a buffalo nickel to … Continue reading
Tweet Whether you like QEII, QEI, or any of the stimulus measures our beloved government has bestowed upon us, it is making the here and now enjoyable. The flow of cheap/free money is definitely preventing (albeit temporarily) deflation, keeping the economy … Continue reading
Tweet The Fed has analyzed the economy, and they have spoken…and coughed and choked and has set us forth upon a path once again lined with money. Mine, yours, and all they could borrow from our children. Six hundred billion … Continue reading
Tweet There is just no stopping this market right now, with all the necessary ingredients in place for the rally to continue. Low Rates – You have to put your money somewhere and stocks look good Momentum – You don’t … Continue reading
Tweet I am often asked recently how I have been so on target about the economy and on stocks, while continuously being so cautious on the future. It is very difficult on the psyche to understand that the economy can … Continue reading
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