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9.29.2017 Bookmark

9.29.2017

Good morning everyone, welcome to a new day. Oh, and a Friday no less!

Yesterday they put in another low volume "up" day, and they weren't going to let anything take it away.  But then, it's easy to "create" an up day when the total volume of shares traded on the SPY is only 44 million.

1.6.2016 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

The Gloves Come off

I mentioned over the weekend that I was going to get a lot more brutal in expressing just exactly what we as US citizens are facing from our Government, our markets and our politicians. I’ve been writing about these things for over 20 years now and have always tried to maintain some form of civility and keeping to the straight and narrow. Any time a topic seemed to be “too  much for folks to handle” I sort of danced around it. No more. The gloves are off.

There’s all sorts of psycho babble about normalcy bias and all that jazz, but lets cut to the chase. The Average hard working person simply wants to live his life in peace, be fairly kind to his friends and neighbors, raise his 2.4 kids, get the plastic picket fence, the dog, and enjoy life. In doing so, he tries to be a good person, and thus can’t really believe that truly evil people would screw him and his mother for a nickel. He finds it hard to believe that the Federal Reserve for instance would be criminal. Or that Wall Street is rigged. Then he sees a movie like  “The Big Short” ( which I suggest you ALL see!) and finally realizes “holy crap, we were swindled!”.  Ya think?

Insiders Club - 10.29.2015 Bookmark

10.29.2015

Morning all, welcome to another day....

Like many I decided to watch the debates last night...and for once they had some really bright spots.  I have a lot of distain for CNBC and their left leaning John Harwood, and I wasn't terribly comfortable with CNBC interviewing "conservatives".  Sure enough they were asking ridiculous questions to attack their character and FINALLY The candidates pushed back, mocking CNBC for playing for the Democrats.

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