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Tag Archive for ‘bears’

Retiring the Bear

You’d think a guy like me who’s been outlining danger signs in these markets would take pleasure in seeing the market carnage yesterday. But I’m not. Far from it. I hate crashes. Corrections I’m fine with, but crashes are dangerous for everybody, bulls and bears alike. Often bears get blamed for crashes, but there haven’t been any bears as of late. Crashes happen every time when folks get too exuberant and […]

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The Big Bad Bear Case

My aim with this article is to outline, with facts, large global structural issues that I believe everyone, bulls and bears alike, should be fully aware of. While some of this discussion may rattle the cage a bit you will hopefully find this article well researched and informative. Recently I’ve outlined why we switched our trading stance from buy mode (Door Shut) to sell mode (Inversion) on stocks. This week […]

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Ursus Interruptus

Ursus Interruptus (UI) is a medically yet to be recognized cognitive disorder that afflicts primarily financial traders who have a view of where prices should be going as opposed to where they are actually going. It can be a temporary affliction from which traders can recover and end up prospering, or in cases of a more permanent condition, will likely cause devastating financial damage. I’m a recovering UI patient myself, but momma […]

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Sweet Fancy Moses

Bulls are having all the fun it seems. Watching them dance with the $VXO closing at its lowest ever yesterday made for quite the spectacle. The case for caution is out the window it appears and the party is just getting started they tell us. But have they watched themselves dance? But as contorted as Elaine’s dancing moves are, they are no match for the latest twist in the $VXO: Sleepwalk away […]

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