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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%), r ...
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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 gener ...
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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 ...
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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 pu ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 e ...
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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 la ...
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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, an ...
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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-tim ...
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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 c ...
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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, ...
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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 ...
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