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1.31.2018 - Insider Bookmark

1.31.2018

Good morning all.  First off let's start with yesterday. 

On Monday, the DOW gave up 177 points in what could only be called "controlled demolition". by that I mean that an awful lot of stocks actually rose higher, including some of the names we were holding. So it wasn't widespread selling. 

12.10.2017 - Free Investment Newsletter Bookmark

Guest Article

When I stumble onto something that someone else has written, and I think it’s worthy of consideration, I gladly reprint it and give credit to the author. Below, we have Doug Casey talking about the few Fed head, and what could be coming at us in the next couple years. I think it’s a decent article, and worth the read.

3.2.2017 Bookmark

3.2.2017

Good morning all, welcome to a new day. 

We're in one of those periods now where you can throw convention to the wind. Nothing is going to matter right now. Fed head Brainard says we should hike rates very soon? No problem the futures went higher. Same store comps falling? Inch those futures higher. And so it goes. 
Marketwatch just ran an article about how DOW 30K isn't out of the question. 

3.1.2017 Bookmark

3.1.2017

Good morning, happy Wednesday. 

Well that didn't work.

1.19.2017 Bookmark

1.19.2017

Good morning all, it's one day ahead of the inauguration and so far...nothing's gone terribly bump in the night. Lets keep our fingers crossed

11.20.2016 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Metal Armageddon
 
Not two weeks ago, Donald Trump was declared the President Elect. The instant that happened, all hell has broken lose in virtually every area of the markets. The Dollar has shot straight up, the stock market shot straight up, commodities shot straight up, Yields shot straight up.  But metals? They have fallen like the proverbial rock.
 
So let’s talk metals for a minute or ten. If you’re new to the Newsletter, let me lay it out for you. I became a gold bug way back in 2001. I started buying my first coins when Gold was under 300 dollars to the ounce. I was late to the Silver bug, not getting terribly interested until 2007. But I continued investing in both pretty heavily.  When Gold got over 1500 I stopped buying it and told my members why. I said that it had attracted too many people that were buying it for a quick rush, and it was getting ahead of itself.

9.21.2016 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark


It’s Getting Desperate
 
For approximately 4 years now, I’ve been suggesting that the elites would like nothing more than to cause a war with a major player. On the surface that sounds bizarre, why on earth would someone want to cause a war considering that this is the nuclear age? Obviously that can’t be right, can it?

9.20.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

9.20.2016

Hello everyone, welcome to Tuesday...

Well it happened again. For the second day in a row, a big morning advance fizzled out and we drifted into the close red. Sure there's fright over the Fed and the BOJ, no question. But if that's the issue really bugging them, why the fake attempts at staring a rally if they're only going to pull their own plug later in the session? Why bother?

9.17.2016 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Rates, or Japan?
 
On September 20 and 21, the Federal Open Market committee meets to discuss monetary policy. Billions of gallons of digital ink, and a thousand hothouses worth of hot air has been spoken concerning whether the Fed's will hike rates for just the second time in 10 years.

So we'll know that answer on Wednesday. Naturally, the common thinking is that "no way" will they hike rates, simply because despite an overpriced stock market, the true economy is grinding and groaning itself lower. Between the retail sales, the productivity, the regional Fed reports, etc, it is clear that on a fundamental basis...they can't hike.

4.8.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

4.8.2016

Good morning all, we've made it to Friday.  (Whew!)

In Sunday night's letter I suggested that my feeling was that we'd trade sideways and down this week. Well so far that's come true. Opening Monday at 2073 on the S&P, we fell Monday and Tuesday, bounced big Wednesday and then rolled back over Thursday.

As yesterday afternoon was developing, the market started to swoon. At one point the DOW was down over 215 points, and the S&P was down about 30+. It looked like they had finally decided to "pull the plug"  But...we'd seen things like this before, only to see them save the day.

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