Tag Archives: federal reserve
Tweet -Aging bull showing it’s wear It’s awfully quiet in world markets right now…a little too quiet. The combination of world banks taking a break with any new stimulus and that we are in that quarterly lull period in between … Continue reading
Tweet -Recovery or Not, Where’s My Yield? The signs of a recovery are everywhere… from lower unemployment to retail sales to manufacturing. Yet, the spoiler at the party, or perhaps the realists, continue to be Ben Bernanke and the Federal … Continue reading
Tweet -The Trend is Still Your Friend We are now entering no-man’s land. That is the period just between earnings season where the market tends to drift lower. The market has had this tendency since the rally started, where stocks … Continue reading
Posted in 2012, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged ben bernanke, central banks, facing goliath: How to Triumph in the Dangerous Market Ahead, federal reserve, Invest for Neeed, Keith Springer, Not for greed, qe3, smart money, stock market trends
Tweet -Money flowing freely from world central banks It’s raining money… so rip off the roof and stay in bed, it’s raining money! It is no wonder the stock market is rising. There is so much liquidity in the market … Continue reading
Tweet -Swim Suit Model and the Fed join forces What must certainly be the best stock market indicator known to man has blessed the stock market. The Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Issue indicator is screaming for a big year. When … Continue reading
Tweet -Ben warns even as things look better Just when things start to look up, Ben Bernanke gives us a little slap of reality, warning that things don’t look so rosy down the pike and a little tickle in the … Continue reading
Tweet -January barometer is a good omen In this issue: 1. January barometer 2. What the S&P Euro downgrades mean 3. Investor Strategies for a topsy-turvy world The January Barometer suggests that when the market rallies in January, then the … Continue reading
Posted in 2011, Smart Money Newsletter
Tagged Barometer, bernanke, Euro-Trash, facing goliath, federal reserve, Harry Dent, Investor Strategies, January barometer, NASDAQ, Occupy Wall Street, S&P Euro downgrades, smart money, Stock Trader's Almanac
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