Month

June 2013
The second quarter of 2013 ended with a bit of trading turmoil. Stocks were down, up, and then down again. Gold was down, down, and then up. Market interest rates were down, up, and then even. Through six months the Dow Average is up 14%; 15-51 strength lost 11%; gold, along with all the talk about...
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Almost a month ago I posted a blog about the sorry state of the Market’s management team. Towards the end of that blog which was titled, An Illness Called MDD, I say this: “Of course, Bernanke knows what is all too plain to see: the moment he stops feeding the beast [with QE] it will turn...
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Foreign investors sold a record amount of U.S. government debt in April 2013. It was just $60 billion of U.S. Treasuries, but it was a record nonetheless. And when you consider that U.S. central government needs approximately $85 billion of new debt every month to cover its fiscal losses, the $60 billion dollar move is...
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Since there was little change in the news this week I’m going to take this blog in a slightly different direction. I was struck by a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled, The Weekend Investor: 100% Stock Solution. The article reported that 9% of all mutual fund investors are “all-in” on the stock market. What a huge...
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I cringe every time I hear someone say that they don’t have the time to invest on their own. There’s plenty of time in the day, week, or month, to do what is required to invest successfully on your own.—You just need to know what you’re doing. All of the steps required and techniques needed...
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