Category Archives: 2010
Tweet The market seems to love the idea of the Fed throwing more money at our flailing economy. Since it was hinted at, alluded to or leaked a couple of weeks ago both the stock and bond markets have reacted … Continue reading
Tweet Make some money without all the risk The market climbs higher on an ever steeper “wall of worry”, and investors are left scratching their head asking how this can be. There is only one strategy folks – stop scratching! … Continue reading
Tweet The hardest thing about investing is removing the emotion. How many times have we gotten in our own way of success and ignored the facts due to a “feeling” or because wanted to feel a certain way? That’s where … Continue reading
Tweet No matter what anybody says, no matter what anybody believes and no matter how much anybody feels it should be different, there is no denying the facts. The market is rising and the economy improving. Yes yes, the term … Continue reading
Tweet Can Stocks Rise in a Horrible Economy?…..You Bet! The Great Shakeout could make both sides right. The economy gets worse yet the market hardly budges. What gives? We’re taught that a bad economy has to be bad for stocks. … Continue reading
Tweet The Case for Deflation Now that August is finally over, which turned out to be the worst August in 10 years, investors are now looking for direction. The big question on most people’s minds is, will it be inflation … Continue reading
Tweet Nice GDP #…Yikes! Well the GDP revision #’s came in this morning and wow! 1.6%, how pathetic. (“Anemic” if you want to be pc). 2 years of recovery and a $gazillion in stimulus and this is the best we … Continue reading
Tweet Economic Update — Is the World Waking to Reality? Good morning world. Welcome to reality. I must say, it’s nice to have company at last. For the longest time I have largely been alone in my expectations for significantly … Continue reading
Tweet Worse News is Good News The news keeps getting scarier, and the market couldn’t care less. It’s behaving as if bad news is good news and worse news is even better. The 2nd quarter GDP figure of 2.4% came … Continue reading
Tweet Fiscal Responsibility Will Bring America Back The great recession was no freak accident or aberration. It was entirely predictable, just as I first wrote in my Economic Tsunami special report in December of 2007. An aging population entering its … Continue reading
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