Daily Archives: January 8, 2019

Which is a Better Indicator… Apple, Samsung, and Fed Ex… or Trump, Powell, and Mnuchin?

Investors have to choose which of the two forces that are driving all stock market action they believe: 1)    The approaching global economic collapse. 2)   Desperate intervention to prop up the bursting bubble. Regarding #1, in the last two weeks … Continue reading

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Big Picture, the Technical Picture is Clear…

Investors have to choose which of the two forces that are driving all stock market action they believe: 1)    The approaching global economic collapse. 2)   Desperate intervention to prop up the bursting bubble. Regarding #1, in the last two weeks … Continue reading

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If You Think Another Bull Run is Here, You’re Not Going to Like What’s Coming Next

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Can the PPT Put the Bubble Back Together Again?

Investors have to choose which of the two forces that are driving all stock market action they believe: 1)    The approaching global economic collapse. 2)   Desperate intervention to prop up the bursting bubble. Regarding #1, in the last two weeks … Continue reading

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Who Do You Want to Bet On… the Credit Cycle, or the PPT?

Investors have to choose which of the two forces that are driving all stock market action they believe: 1)    The approaching global economic collapse. 2)   Desperate intervention to prop up the bursting bubble. Regarding #1, in the last two weeks … Continue reading

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