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As you’ve probably noticed, the market has been volatile lately, to say the least. However, unlike 2008, this time the US economy, led by the strong housing and automotive sectors, is still growing, albeit slower than many would like. The recent weak stock market action, although blamed on weak oil…
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Dodd-Frank is viewed very differently by the political left and the right-wing of the US. While almost all Republican presidential candidates want to dismantle the act, most Democrats are pushing in the opposite direction. Senator Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley want to return to the Glass-Steagall Act.…
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The tail of a Japanese Candlestick, also known as the shadow, indicates a change in the power balance between buyers and sellers. To understand how the tail is formed, let’s look at the chart below, showing a day of Apple, Inc. ($AAPL) intraday behavior. AAPL Fifteen-Minute Candles Based on its…
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The global economy has $57 trillion more debt now than it did at the last bubble peak in 2008. The energy sector alone has $248 billion in junk bond debt – some of the riskiest debt there is! Entire industries have been built upon this credit-fueled bubble, driven by the easy-money policies…
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“Measurement theory shows that strong assumptions are required for certain statistics to provide meaningful information about reality. Measurement theory encourages people to think about the meaning of their data. It encourages critical assessment of the assumptions behind the analysis. “In ‘pure’ science, we can form a better, more coherent, and…
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China, the biggest foreign creditor of the United States, owns a truckload of our government bonds. Over the past several weeks, it’s been selling some of those bonds to prop up their currency, the yuan. This is supposed to signal the end of the dollar. As the Chinese put our…
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Just so we are clear. The market has a 25% to 50% pullback coming in 2015, 2016 and into 2017. The highs are in for the next 2 years. I noticed the flood of content last week, with many opinions, and I think it is important to be clear on…
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New rulemakings by the SEC have expanded the various mechanisms for private companies to raise capital, such as the 506(c) “general solicitation” offering, or what’s known as a “Reg A+” offering.    Both of these new rules take advantage of today’s technology, which permits interactions between securities issuers and potential…
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Some users like Windows 10. Some don’t. Over the last several years, Windows 10 has been the focus of so many articles and news stories that user interest reached a fever pitch. Typical. And as always, after release, those same writers seem to only be directing their attention toward the…
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It was a historic and very wild week on Wall Street, with record point moves (up and down) almost every day of the week. Typically, massive sell-offs do not recover overnight. Additionally, massive selloffs, followed by record volatility, leads to lower, not higher prices - especially when they occur in aging…
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Disputes over GDP go on and on and on. MarketWatch reports that by another measure, the US economy was ho-hum in second quarter:   There are two ways to compute how well the economy is doing. One is to tally all the goods and services produced during a given time period…
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This week we celebrate World Water Week and reflect on the millions of people worldwide that don’t have access to clean water as well as the numerous communities experiencing droughts and agricultural downfalls due to lack of water supply. Clean water solutions are a major concern all over the world,…
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