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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. 

6.1.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

6.1.2016

Good morning all, welcome to Wednesday. 

Yesterday they put in a pause day. One could argue that they let it fall a bit more than we'd have thought, but in the bigger picture, it was nothing. Yes the DOW fell 86 on the day, but the more important S&P closed down just 2.  That's more like statistical noise. 

This morning the futures are red again. The DOW is off 62, the S&P off about 6.

5.18.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

5.18.2016

Good morning all, welcome to Wednesday.

Got your pop corn ready?  You should because it's going to be really interesting to see what they do next.

4.27.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

4.27.2016

Good morning all, welcome to Fed day.

Today we'll get the decision of the FOMC concerning interest rate policy. I can't wait to see what mumbo-jumbo they spew this time. While the chances of them announcing a sneak rate hike are about 0, the interesting part will be if they "talk tough" about possibly doing something in June.

4.19.2015 Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

What To Do?

I tend to think there’s an “event” coming that will shake up the world and change a lot of our economic foundation. I’ve laid out a mess of these possible events and some of the likely outcomes of them. Things like China being added to the SDR’s, some form of gold backing to those SDR’s and eventually to the Chinese Yuan itself. The probable loss of “Reserve status” for the US dollar, and a global “reset” where nations literally revalue their currencies and debt levels.

Mortgage Applications Fall Again?? Bookmark

 

Today ( Wednesday) we learned that mortgage applications fell another 4% last week. That certainly doesn't jive with the new home sales that they say rose 18%. How can that be? It's really pretty easy folks. The middle class has no money and can't afford a mortgage any more. They're beaten up. But the rich, who have been gifted by the Fed's with all manner of stock gains are so flush with cash, they are buying new homes like they're going out of style. 

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