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Posts tagged 'stocks'

Long Term Patterns in Stocks, Gold and Crude - Gary Christenson (15/12/2017)

By Gary Christenson 3 years ago 10198 Views No comments

Possible tops have occurred before, but instead of crashing, the market sometimes zoomed higher. Do your own due diligence.

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For Clues On The Economy, Follow The Money - Dave Kranzler (15/12/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 14749 Views No comments

The profitability of lending/investing money is a function of both the rate of return on the money loaned/invested and the return (payback) of the money. The historically low interest rates are squeezing lenders by driving the rate of return on the loan toward zero (note: “lenders” can be banks or non-bank lenders, like pension funds investing in bonds).

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“The Money Is Just Sitting There…Doing Nothing for Society” - John Rubino (29/11/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 11161 Views No comments

Of all the despicable side-effects of modern monetary policy, the worst might be the implicit encouragement artificially-low interest rates give small savers to take outsize risks. The only thing worse might be when government makes it explicit.

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The Big Money Grab Is “On” As Middle America Collapses - Dave Kranzler (17/11/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 20974 Views No comments

The Big Money Grab is “on” at the highest levels of of Wall St., DC, Corporate America, the Judiciary and State/local Govt. These people are grabbing from a dying carcass as fast and greedily as possible.

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Is GE A “Black Swan” In Plain Sight? - Dave Kranzler (15/11/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 14012 Views 1 comment

At the end of January, with the stock at $30, I presented GE as a “boring and conservative” short-sell idea. The chart technicals suggested that smart money was dumping their shares. Through today, shorting GE stock when I presented the idea has returned 41.6%.

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A2A with Dave Kranzler of Investment Research Dynamics - Craig Hemke/Dave Kranzler (6/11/2017)

By Craig Hemke/Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 24393 Views No comments

Our pal, Dave Kranzler, stopped by today for a full hour of analysis and commentary. You should be sure to listen.

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Overvalued Stocks are Ruining the Economy - Rory Hall (13/9/2017)

By Rory Hall 3 years ago 14996 Views No comments

The damage corporate stock buybacks has done to the economy can not be over-emphasized.

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Why Is The Dow Outperforming The SPX And Naz? - Dave Kranzler (9/8/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 9099 Views No comments

Singer has been quite vocal recently about the inevitability of an eventual market/systemic collapse. It’s not a question of “if,” but of “when.”

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Amazon Prime Day! What Does This Mean? - Dave Kranzler (10/7/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 12480 Views No comments

Amazon stock is up $6 in pre-market trading because it’s…”Prime Day!” But what does this really mean? It means AMZN will burn more cash selling and fulfilling commodity products with free 2-day shipping.

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Amazon, Gold and Economic Collapse - Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler (22/6/2017)

By Rory Hall/Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 8969 Views No comments

Shadow of Truth returns to the airwaves with the latest updates on Amazon purchasing Whole Foods and how this will affect Amazon stocks.

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Gravity Rules: End Of The Bubble Is In Sight - Dave Kranzler (12/6/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 14000 Views No comments

“Even the intelligent investor is likely to need considerable willpower to keep from following the crowd.“ - Ben Graham

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Portrait Of A Stock Bubble - Dave Kranzler (8/6/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 17337 Views No comments

Just like the Dutch Tulip Bulb bubble, internet stock bubble, and the mid-2000’s financial asset bubble, the current stock market is no longer a price-discovery mechanism.

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After The Crash, Part 1: Solar Stocks - John Rubino (13/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 9108 Views No comments

The frustration out there is palpable. Skim the comments sections of popular financial sites like Zero Hedge or Seeking Alpha and you’ll see gloom-and-doomy articles drawing responses like “You’ve been saying the same %^#&*! thing for years…he’s a broken clock…this is just scare mongering.” And those are the polite responses.

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Piper Jaffray, Tesla and Creative Analysis - Dave Kranzler (10/4/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 10902 Views No comments

Piper Jaffray stock analyst, Alexander Potter, in what may be the most idiotic stock research report I’ve ever read, issued a buy recommendation on Tesla (TSLA) stock that is completely devoid of any rational arguments or coherent thought.

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The Biggest Stock Bubble In U.S. History - Dave Kranzler (5/4/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 13638 Views 5 comments

Once again the public has been seduced into throwing money blindly at anything that moves in the stock market, chasing dreams of risk-free wealth.

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