Month

February 2013
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has been flat for three consecutive weeks while the 15-51 Indicator continues to build lower lows. You may recall that stock market strength flattened out three consecutive weeks in July of last year (see: Strength is Flattening). The 15-51i reached its peak two months later in September, and then swiftly began...
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The major theme investor’s must take note of this week is one of global recession. Japan’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) contracted for a third straight quarter and market activity in the Euro-Zone plunged at its fastest rate since the ’08 crash. Germany, the EU’s largest market economy, fell at an annual pace of 2.3% while...
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The most important market activity to note came from the commodity market this week. Gasoline prices shot up by a significant 14 cents per gallon in the five-day work week – and with a wintery-bluster wreaking havoc in a frigid northeast, home heating oil is poised to rise. Higher energy prices affect almost every required...
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Feb 02, 2013 The Dow Jones Industrial Average leaped over the 14,000 mark on more fluff-and-puff from the Wall Street establishment – and its trusted ally, the mass media propaganda machine. This is exemplified most clearly by CNBC’s Jim Cramer, who said last night (February 1, 2013) on his primetime show, “If your stock portfolio...
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