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Bull Market Requiem

A bull market requiem: Following the financial crisis the world needed coordinated structural solutions (and those would be hard requiring tough choices). Instead what the world got was coordinated central bank intervention which shrunk the middle class, made the rich richer and provided the rest with the illusion that things were getting better as pro forma unemployment rates shrunk and housing prices rose again and stock markets jumped from record […]

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Liquidity Wave

Put this in the category of trying to keep things real: Congrats. Mission accomplished. As of last night we’re in the market period with the longest time period without even a 3% pullback. 242 days. And I presume it’s continuing today. Next on the watch list: The number of days without a 5% pullback: For reference: Usually markets get a 5% pullback every 92 days on average. It’s called a normal […]

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World War III

You can’t see the bombs, you can’t see the casualties, and you can’t see the headlines, but World War III is already in full progress.  And no, I’m not talking North Korea, Iran, or Syria or any other countries with minuscule military budgets in comparison to the US that are often hyped to be a global threat. World War III has actually been raging for a while, but it really […]

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