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U.S. stock market – long-term indicators favor bulls
I published a post yesterday on the short-term technical outlook of the U.S. benchmark S&P 500 Index (SPX 1401.35 ‘0.51%), referring to conflicting indicators but stating that the rally ...
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Bond Model Positive = Risk Off
by Guy Lerner, The Technical Take Our bond model turned positive one week ago, and since the bottom in March, 2009, this has generally meant “risk off” for ...
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Technical Talk: Upside breakout for S&P?
  The comments below were provided by Kevin Lane of Fusion IQ. As seen in the chart below the S&P 500 Index (SPX 1390.99 ‘1.90%) held its 100-day moving ...
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The Price Action is Not QE-Like
  Think back to those QE days when the market went up day after day after day for months on end without more than a single pullback of ...
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Biderman:
  It is not often we double-dip in the Sausalitan's soliloquies but tonight's glorious truthiness from Charles Biderman, CEO of TrimTabs, is worth the price of admission. After ...
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Extraordinary Strains (Hussman)
  by John Hussman, Hussman Funds Just weeks after the enthusiasm over Europe’s plan to plan for the possibility of using the European Stability Mechanism to bail out ...
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3 reasons Eurozone's investors love Danish bonds
  by Sober Look Would you pay Denmark's government 0.6% to hold your money for two years? Sounds strange, but that's exactly what investors are now doing. Denmark's ...
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Faber Says Germany Should Abandon the Euro
  Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, spoke with Bloomberg Television’s Betty Liu this morning and said that, “If I were running Germany, I ...
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Viewing Global Markets – What Happened in 2012?
  by Andrew Horowitz, The Disciplined Investor Looking at the table below, it seems that the year has been one big waste of effort for most equity markets. ...
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S&P 500 Quick Fibonacci Peek
  Just as a reminder the S&P 500 broke the 38.2% Fibonacci retrace of the Oct-March move Friday and now is is no man's land between that level ...
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Barry Ritholtz Discusses Investing (in a Secular Bear Market) with Forbes
I did a rather lengthy interview with the delightful Wally Forbes last week. It went up on the Forbes site yesterday afternoon, and is worth a read: Here’s ...
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Flight From Risk: Treasury Plummets To Record Low Yield As Gold Surges
  Now its getting interesting. 30Y yields fell the most in 5 months today back to 5 month lows, 10Y yields crashed to all-time closing lows, and Gold ...
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Last Month a Disaster for Commodities
I went to circle back today to look at what has been among the weakest areas of the market, and chart after chart came up in the commodity ...
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The Axis of Weeble (Tchir)
  by Peter Tchir, TF Market Advisors Weebles wobble, but they don’t fall down. Europe, and the Euro in particular might fall, but right now they are close ...
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Commodities Trounced As Stocks Dead-Cat-Bounce
For the third day in a row, the USD was bid from the Europe open to its close and drifted lower in the US afternoon. Today's limp lower ...
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