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11.2.2016 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

NOTE>> Before I get into today’s discussion I want to say thank you to all of you who have donated to keep the letters coming. About a month ago I put a “donate” button at the bottom of the letters, in response to the many Emails I have gotten that suggested people loved getting the free emails, but wanted a way to say thanks.  Well now it’s my turn to say thanks.  The 5’s, 10’s, 20’s, and even 50’s and a hundred that have come in, go a long way towards deferring the cost of sending out tens of thousands of Emails each week.  While I have put these letters out for free for 19 years, and they will always remain free...I do appreciate all of you who have taken the time to show your generosity. Thank you.

10.27.2016 - Insiders Club Bookmark

10.27.2016

Welcome to another day of the big show. Yesterday the market started off in rough shape, quickly falling out of bed. But since "down" is frowned upon by the powers that be, they rushed in to rescue things again

8.12.2015 China devalues again! Bookmark

Monday night we learned that the Chinese had devalued their currency by 2%, which is a MONSTER slash. On Tuesday, global markets responded by puking all over the place. Everyone hoped that things would settle down, but no...last night the Chinese slashed their currency again, plunging it another 2% before stepping in right at the close to "prop it back up" some.  That's got the global markets rattled once again.

But we've been down a lot lately and some form of "snap back" rally is probably in the cards. Even if I'm right and the market has "topped" back in May, there's going to pops and drops, and we're due for a pop. So keep an eye out for a mindless romp higher. It could come from a Fed head hinting that rate hikes will be delayed, or even worse...a new stimulus plan might be in the works. Either will send the market higher,.

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