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July 2012
Investment is about one thing – growth. Stocks perform best when economies are growing briskly in Real terms. Real growth, as we know, is growth adjusted for inflation. For some reason it has gone largely unreported that Real growth dropped more than 20% from the first to second quarters’ of 2012. Here’s the table of...
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Stock market strength has been flat three weeks running while the Average continues to bounce around, looking soft in the process. Here’s a look at the most recent 12 months. Stock market strength looks scared to move higher, and with current Market conditions, who could blame it. Looking at gold’s trend-line, especially the last few...
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Still hung-over by recent Supreme Court missteps, the stock market reflected my blahaissez-faire sentiment in a mish-mash of trading. After losing almost 400 points in six consecutive down sessions, the Dow Jones Industrial Average got half of it back on Friday, ending up 204 points. The Average eked out a 1% gain for the week while stock market strength...
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Jul 07, 2012 Let me begin by saying that I’m not a lawyer and I have a plaque on my desk to prove it. But I can read, and have an independent mind. My goal in this blog area, as always, is to provide you – the independent investor – with all the tools and analysis required...
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Let me begin by saying that I’m not a lawyer and I have a plaque on my desk to prove it. But I can read, and have an independent mind. My goal in this blog area, as always, is to provide you – the independent investor – with all the tools and analysis required to invest successfully...
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It has been one year since the 15-51 Indicator was published via LOSE YOUR BROKER NOT YOUR MONEY. Since then, stock market strength has produced an amazing 44% return on investment in ugly market conditions. Average stock market returns, as indicated by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, produced a measly 3% gain in the most recent...
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In a week where the Supreme Court ruled that it is constitutional to tax economic inactivity – both gold and the stock market ended higher by 2%. Here’s the year-to-date picture. The upward move in stock prices makes absolutely no sense. The free-market was dealt a severe one-two punch by the U.S. Supreme Court this week. Two...
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