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Insiders Club - 12.1.2014 Bookmark

12.1.2014

Good morning folks, welcome back from the Holiday.

Frankly... I don't know where to start.

Let's start with the Swiss vote. I'm on record saying that I thought the Swiss would come to their senses and pass the gold initiative. If you aren't familiar, here's the short version...when ever 100K people sign a petition the Swiss Government has to allow a vote on it. Some bright folks suggested that the Swiss return to a policy where 20% of their currency is backed by gold and the gold they own is repatriated from NY, France, etc and kept at home.

Insiders Club - 11.21.2014 Bookmark

11.21.2014

All Aboard the slowing growth train!!!

Just when I thought that the madness couldn't get much larger, I wake up today to soaring futures. And what was the cause of all this glee? Evidently the world is slowing so badly that China has announced a surprise rate cut to spur more activity. Following on the heels of China, Draghi ran to the nearest microphone to scream that the ECB will go all in, doing everything in its power to do more QE. That got people as far away as India thinking that they too might want to do "more stimulus".

Insiders Club - 11.13.2014 Bookmark

11.13.2014

Hello everyone, welcome to Thursday.

Yesterday was a long grinding session of ...."sideways".  After a brief 60 point drop at the open, the market moved back to the unchanged level and wobbled around it for virtually the entire session. Coming into the last few minutes, they tried to make the averages green for the close, but they missed by a couple points.

10.31.2014 Japan Goes Full Stupid Bookmark

As if seeing the market rise 200 points yesterday on the heels of Visa and their 5 billion dollar buy back wasn't enough, this morning I wake up to almost "limit up" futures. What in the world was that about? Well it seems that over in Japan, they've gone "all in" on a new round of QE, saying they will flood their market with 80 TRILLION yen.

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