Monthly Archive:: March 2018

Are New All Time Highs Just Around the Corner?

Sentiment is a strange thing. Investors are human beings. And human beings are irrational, particularly when it comes to money related issues. The notion that the market, as a collection of irrational people, is somehow rational is ludicrous. With that in mind, sentiment can be a powerful tool for timing market turns. If sentiment changes,

Stocks Are About to Rally, NOT Collapse (That Comes Later)

Sentiment is a strange thing. Investors are human beings. And human beings are irrational, particularly when it comes to money related issues. The notion that the market, as a collection of irrational people, is somehow rational is ludicrous. With that in mind, sentiment can be a powerful tool for timing market turns. If sentiment changes,

How To Use Sentiment to Time Major Market Turns

Sentiment is a strange thing. Investors are human beings. And human beings are irrational, particularly when it comes to money related issues. The notion that the market, as a collection of irrational people, is somehow rational is ludicrous. With that in mind, sentiment can be a powerful tool for timing market turns. If sentiment changes,

The Final Move is Approaching Here’s How to Play It

As I noted yesterday, stocks still have some life in them. Calling the precise top of a bubble is all but impossible. This is particularly true when you have a White House that openly admits it views stocks as a “report card.” Rarely does the one being graded have the ability to manipulate the results

The Tertiary Bubble is Gone, The Secondary Is Entering Its Blow Off Top Phase

As I noted yesterday, stocks still have some life in them. Calling the precise top of a bubble is all but impossible. This is particularly true when you have a White House that openly admits it views stocks as a “report card.” Rarely does the one being graded have the ability to manipulate the results

How to Play the Final Blow Off Top For Stocks

As I noted yesterday, stocks still have some life in them. Calling the precise top of a bubble is all but impossible. This is particularly true when you have a White House that openly admits it views stocks as a “report card.” Rarely does the one being graded have the ability to manipulate the results

Stocks Revisit the February Lows Just As We Predicted. What’s next?

Three weeks ago we called for stocks to revisit the February lows. At that time we were told we were “complete idiots” who were going to miss out on the next major Bull Run. Instead this happened: I don’t know about you, but that sure looks like a revisit of the February lows to me.

Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast: Time For a Blow Off Top

Three weeks ago we called for stocks to revisit the February lows. At that time we were told we were “complete idiots” who were going to miss out on the next major Bull Run. Instead this happened: I don’t know about you, but that sure looks like a revisit of the February lows to me.

Forget Privacy, the REAL Big Tech Scandal Concerns Ad Fraud

As we noted in mid-2017, Big Tech is in BIG trouble. There are multiple scandals brewing in this space. And the invasion/ selling of/ handing over of private data is one of the more minor ones. That larger scandal concerns fraudulent online advertising. Companies like Facebook and the like generate a significant portion of their

Can Central Banks Safely Manage The Stock Market Bubble?

The big questions being tossed around Wall Street today are: why are markets such a mess? Why are we getting these wild swings? The reality is that the markets are NOT a mess. These are actually normal healthy markets. Healthy markets move, sometimes a lot in a small span of time. The real issue is

It Truly is Different This Time… And Not In a Good Way

The big questions being tossed around Wall Street today are: why are markets such a mess? Why are we getting these wild swings? The reality is that the markets are NOT a mess. These are actually normal healthy markets. Healthy markets move, sometimes a lot in a small span of time. The real issue is

The Tertiary Bubbles Have Blown Up… Can the Fed Manage the Secondary Ones?

The big questions being tossed around Wall Street today are: why are markets such a mess? Why are we getting these wild swings? The reality is that the markets are NOT a mess. These are actually normal healthy markets. Healthy markets move, sometimes a lot in a small span of time. The real issue is

Can Central Banks Manage the Deflation of an Everything Bubble?

The big questions being tossed around Wall Street today are: why are markets such a mess? Why are we getting these wild swings? The reality is that the markets are NOT a mess. These are actually normal healthy markets. Healthy markets move, sometimes a lot in a small span of time. The real issue is

The Markets Are Now Globally in “Risk Off” Mode (the US is Next)

Sentiment is now completely disconnected from reality. Currently, sentiment suggests that stocks are in a raging bull market and will never fall. This sentiment is based on the fact that much of last year (2017) the US stock markets rose virtually non-stop. However, that era is now OVER. And globally the markets are moving into

What Happens When Stocks Wake Up To What Bonds Are Saying?

Sentiment is now completely disconnected from reality. Currently, sentiment suggests that stocks are in a raging bull market and will never fall. This sentiment is based on the fact that much of last year (2017) the US stock markets rose virtually non-stop. However, that era is now OVER. And globally the markets are moving into

The Nikkei, DAX, Australian and Canadian Markets Are RED YTD (S&P 500 Next?)

Sentiment is now completely disconnected from reality. Currently, sentiment suggests that stocks are in a raging bull market and will never fall. This sentiment is based on the fact that much of last year (2017) the US stock markets rose virtually non-stop. However, that era is now OVER. And globally the markets are moving into

Warning: Most Major Markets Are DOWN for 2018 (is the S&P 500 Next?)

Sentiment is now completely disconnected from reality. Currently, sentiment suggests that stocks are in a raging bull market and will never fall. This sentiment is based on the fact that much of last year (2017) the US stock markets rose virtually non-stop. However, that era is now OVER. And globally the markets are moving into

Why Bonds, Not Stocks Are What Matters For Investors

Rates are rising once again. Over 90% of investors focus almost exclusively on stocks. This is a mistake. The reality is that everything happening in stocks since 2008 has been the direct result of Central Banks creating a bubble in bonds. Because our current financial system is debt-based in nature (meaning sovereign debt, not gold

The Real Reason Stocks Dropped in February and Why Another Leg Down is Coming

Rates are rising once again. Over 90% of investors focus almost exclusively on stocks. This is a mistake. The reality is that everything happening in stocks since 2008 has been the direct result of Central Banks creating a bubble in bonds. Because our current financial system is debt-based in nature (meaning sovereign debt, not gold

Will Rising Rates Burst the Stock Bubble?

Rates are rising once again. Over 90% of investors focus almost exclusively on stocks. This is a mistake. The reality is that everything happening in stocks since 2008 has been the direct result of Central Banks creating a bubble in bonds. Because our current financial system is debt-based in nature (meaning sovereign debt, not gold
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