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If you understand what’s going on in the world of money, economics and government policy, it’s plain to see that all of central governance is rife with corruption, riddled with erroneous information and false narrative, all of which is covered by a blanket of elitist arrogance intended to hide their incompetency and/or ill-founded motives. The Biden Administration is perhaps the most deceitful and dishonest in American history, and by far the most incompetent. In every case he appears either cognitively disabled or coherently incompetent, and definitely not up to the job. He is a puppet guided by the radical communist...
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It’s been a while since I opined on the current state of the markets and that’s because the only thing that has changed is my level of disgust with the world – especially with the news media, who echo false claims made by so called experts as if they are hard, fast, and true. Facts, science, and history mean nothing to them, hence the reason they are hell-bent on changing all three. Government sponsored propaganda is what they’re all about, and it’s not doing We the People any good. Even more unsettling is the Republican timid rebuke of the hard...
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It’s hard to believe ten years have passed since LOSE YOUR BROKER NOT YOUR MONEY first hit the streets. The book, which began as a graduate school project in the early 1990’s, demonstrates the investment process using my stock selection method and patent-pending 15-51™ allocation system. My method follows basic logic and common sense, and when applied to achieve a specific purpose, produces extraordinary results on every level. For instance, the objective of my 15-51i portfolio is to indicate stock market strength by consistently producing above-average stock market results, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average serves as the bellwether standard...
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The most popular question on everyone’s mind is not whether a major correction will ever occur but when will it actually arrive. The answer to that mystery is as predictable as it is elusive. To put it plainly, the proverbial shit will hit the fan as soon as inflation heats up to the point it pressures yields to move higher without the Fed’s consent, at which time the Wall Street establishment will wake up at the wheel doing eighty in the wrong direction. After the crash, again, experts will face the music with shocked faces and stiff upper lips having...
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The importance of employing a well-defined method of allocation cannot be oversold. It makes everything so much easier, from stock selection to decision making, to understanding how your portfolio will behave under any market condition. The reason many consider the stock market to be scary is because they have no idea what to expect from “the market” or their portfolio. Indeed, stock market activity can surprise anyone. But the behavior of your portfolio should never. For instance, because my portfolio is “market diversified” I know it will move with the same rhythm as “the market” does, and because it is...
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In the old days stock market trends were somewhat connected to the condition of the market economy and its activity. When the economy was booming stocks were rising. When the economy was in recession stocks would fall. That is no longer the case. Today there is literally no connection between the two. Stocks are at all-time highs while the Real economy remains 10% lower than it was before all this Covid nonsense began – nonsense meaning the unconstitutional lockdowns, constraints and restrictions imposed on individuals and free-market activity for something as common as a novel flu virus. Ironically Nominal GDP...
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Year-over-year inflation came in at 4.9% in the 4th quarter 2020, and Real Gross Domestic Product shrank by a significant -9.8%. Bad news indeed – but you would never know it by the way the stock market is behaving. More on that in a bit. Inflation (a.k.a. the cost of money) has no choice but to raise interest rates (a.k.a. yields) because interest rates are the cost of debt, which is just borrowed money. When the cost of money increases it is only a matter of time until the cost of debt also rises. So it should be little surprise...
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New wave trading app Robinhood is the latest example of Wall Street’s corruption and it should alarm all of us. GameStop, both victim and beneficiary of bad policy, is not an isolated instance nor is it limited to the Davey and Goliath plotline. The only way to appreciate how it affects each and every one of us is to dig deeper into what happened to GameStop’s stock (GME), why it happened, and how it was made possible. Perhaps then we can finally stop banks from operating like casinos who cater to the institutional class while screwing the rest of us....
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In any analysis of Trump it is important to recall how he actually made it into office. The biggest draw to him was that he wasn’t one of them – a career politician beholden to special interest money. That independence, along with his willingness to fight as dirty as his political rivals, were refreshing changes to the typical appeasement and punching-bag approach taken by most establishment Republicans. Trump’s first campaign featured a specific agenda that was tangible – lower taxes, repeal and replace Obamacare, constitutionally conservative judges, new and improved trade deals, defeat ISIS, and stronger border and immigration controls...
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Think of how crazy our world is today… Political turmoil has never been greater and it’s impossible not to feel disenfranchised by both political Parties. The entire government apparatus – FBI, CIA, IRS, DOJ, the court system and Federal Reserve, Cabinet Members for any administration and every new Congress – have proven to be nothing but corrupt and against the cause of Liberty. Add to those the closely connected powerbrokers – the mass media, big business and special interests, labor unions, and hostile sovereign nations – who are just as self-serving and against every facet of Americanism and the interests...
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The long awaited 3rd quarter numbers were released a few days before the election and seemingly no one took notice. Stocks gained one-percent that day, Thursday, October 29, only to lose the same amount on the following day. And with the election just around the corner from that weekend, a typical Wall Street response would have been to digest the news during the two day layoff before returning to work Monday in full sales mode — a delayed reaction to the hint of inflation embedded in the GDP release (3.9%) — to throw a wrench into the equation late in...
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Successful investors have the ability to separate policy from politics – and to completely disregard the latter. Understanding the link from policy to profit is important because it affects both market activity and behavior and therefore prices, which then helps investors to either capitalize on, or hedge against, expected market trends. Healthcare is a great example. The AFFORDABLE CARE ACT (ACA), a.k.a. Obamacare, was rammed through Congress in a most unconventional way. Up until Congress passed the ACA on Christmas Eve 2009, all major pieces of legislation required at least 60 senatorial votes. But the 60th vote in favor of...
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Timing is one of the things that scares people away from taking control over their investment capital. The question of when to act – to buy, sell, or hold – paralyzes many because they don’t have guidelines that make action easy.  My method, for instance, takes the guesswork out of decision making by inserting triggers like the one highlighted in ACTION POINT APPROACHING back in November ‘19. That blog demonstrates my market-based approach to using asset allocations driven by market activity – not gut instinct or speculation – to make investment decisions. Another one of my prompts is when “the...
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The government reported an economic contraction of 34% in the 2nd quarter of 2020 and I’m not so sure how they came up with that. Using the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis’s (BEA) raw datasets the annualized change from Q1’s $19.0 trillion economy to a $17.2 trillion economy in Q2 calculates to a contraction of 38% in Real terms, not 34% – a reporting error of more than ten-percent. That’s government accounting for you. Look for a major revision with the second estimate due out in a few weeks. Broad market inflation can be defined as the difference between Nominal...
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The 2nd quarter is over and the economy is still far from where it was before Trump gave the order to shelter in place. In what was promised to be a short two week quarantine in March ended up destroying the entire 2nd quarter economy – numbers are due out in a couple of weeks. At the end of tunnel there may be light, but right now it is nowhere in sight. Soon after Trump exercised an unconstitutional power to shut down the vast majority of the U.S. economy governors swiftly transformed themselves into kings (that’s what happens with bad...
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