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BOB RINEAR
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7.7.2017 Bookmark

7.7.2017


Good morning all. 

I'm sorry about yesterday, there was no afternoon update. I had a meeting at noon, and I figured I'd be safe pushing the afternoon update out to 2 or 2:30. Ha, wrong!  Before I knew it, it was ten to three and I hadn't even left yet. 

Sorry about that.

7.6.2017 Bookmark

7.6.2017

Well now. This is interesting isn't it. 

Yesterday they had all the chances in the world to sell the market. In the morning, they did just that. But then they slowly came in and worked it right back up, pulling off a 3 point S&P gain and just a one point DOW loss. 

7.5.2017 - Today's Free Investment Newsletter is up! Bookmark


Today we're posting an article penned by Paul Craig Roberts, where he asks "why are we at war for the last 16 years? What's it getting us?"  Well that's a great question and he hits on some of the answers. I think we'll dive into adding to his comments on Sunday. 

The Market portion of the letter looks at today's resurgence in the tech sector and if we feel it's got any legs or if it's a one day wonder.  Give it a read, here's  the link:

7.5.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Bookmark

Why?
 
Hey everyone, welcome back from your Holiday weekend and 4th of July celebrations. I do hope you enjoyed the days with friends and family, and that you had a legitimately good time.

7.5.2017 Bookmark

7.5.2017

Hello everyone, welcome back from your Holiday. Frankly today's got me a bit goofed up, as yesterday felt like a Sunday to me, and today happens to be Wednesday instead of Monday. 

Oh well, we'll get it worked out. 

7.3.2017 Bookmark

7.3.2017

Good morning all, I hope you're enjoying your 4th of July Holiday period. As always I hope your weekend was a great one. 

The wife and I had a very cool experience Sunday. Because we're now in the rainy season, you can count on a thunderboomer almost every afternoon. So we didn't want to risk the beach, and decided to walk the Sky way fishing pier. About halfway out I saw some people looking very concerned, as they peered over the concrete rail. The skyway fishing pier is actually the old roadway of the original skyway bridge and made of concrete and steel. Anyway, we could see something going on and walked over.  The roadbed is about 15 feet above the water and down below was a 250 - 200 lb green sea turtle in trouble. 

7.1.2017 - The July 4th. What's next? Bookmark

In this weeks letter we talk about the loss of freedoms that we've experienced since Adams and his cronies put the Declaration of Independence in action. Then, in the market commentary we consider the second half of the year and why it might very well end lower than it is right now.  ( hint, it's all about the central banks and the BIS just said something disturbing) 

 

7.2.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Bookmark

July 4
 
Why do we celebrate this? Well of course we all know why. However I want to put in a little twist.

During the American Revolution, the legal separation of the Thirteen Colonies from Great Britain in 1776 actually occurred on July 2, when the Second Continental Congress voted to approve a resolution of independence that had been proposed in June by Richard Henry Lee of Virginia declaring the United States independent from Great Britain rule.

6.30.2017 Bookmark

6.30.2017

Another Friday. But not just any Friday, this is the Friday ahead of what many are turning into the 4th of July Friday. Many many Wall Streeters have already fled the city and don't plan to return until Wednesday. With the Holiday on Tuesday, and the market only open half a day Monday, they bailed out and started their long weekend.

6.29.2017 Bookmark

6.29.2017

Morning all, welcome to a new day. 

I'm sure you all saw the action yesterday. It was nuts!  Then after the close when it was announced that ALL the banks passed the stress tests, they all announced dividend hikes and buy backs. Pretty funny isn't it? They can't seem to lend money to small business, but they can announce50 billion in stock buy backs. 

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