Stocks Have Reached a Tipping Point

My Comments: DOOM last Wednesday, EXCITEMENT yesterday, and now that it's Friday, we're somewhere in the middle and I can't find the right word for it. by John Authers \ 29 MAY 2020 \ https://tinyurl.com/y8b6j2wz When Things Move Fast Tipping Points, as Malcolm Gladwell pointed out, can be hard to spot in advance, but when …

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What If You Prepared For A Bear Market And No One Came?

My Comments: This is almost 180 degrees from what I posted yesterday. I share it to reinforce the notion none of really knows how the future will play out, just that it will. I have put my toes back in the water and if yesterdays post was prophetic, I'm not hurt too badly. On the …

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Prepare For A Bear Market

My Comments: Nothing much I can add to this... by ESI Analytics Limited \ 24 MAY 2020 \ https://tinyurl.com/y7tkvryd Summary This article discusses evidence that a bear market is likely to persist. It concludes that long-term investors are best off on the sidelines. A model portfolio shows how purchasing power can be preserved for large …

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Markets Likely To Get Worse Before Better

My Comments: On this Memorial Day 2020, we revere those who gave of themselves that we might survive and thrive. Thank you. Continuing with last weeks theme of what to do with money you have to invest, this caught my attention. Mindful this guy is a legitimate stock trader and knows what he's talking about, …

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The Fed issues a warning about the stock market

My Comments: Here's #5 in this weeks theme of what to do with money burning a hole in your investable cash pocket. One would think the Chairman of the Federal Reserve would have a pretty strong grasp of economics and the world of money. That makes him a legitimate source of how things might play …

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Fade Humpty Dumpty Rally

My Comments: My attempted theme this week is what to do with your retirement money going forward. For better or worse, I'm still waiting for the next significant downturn to put my money back to work. Some of you who have ridden the upswing over the past several weeks think I'm nuts. Some of this …

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Don’t even think of owning stocks unless you’re willing to buy and hold for at least 10 years

My Comments: This is an example of how headlines and breathless remarks from TV people can be misleading. Who exactly is the writer talking to? Are you in his target audience or is he just trolling for anyone? I don't have a clue if the writer is technically competent to make that statement or not. …

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3 Reasons To Expect Another Melt-Up And Not A Crash

My Comments: this is in keeping with my theme this week, what you might do with your un-invested money. As usual, I have no idea if the following will work in your favor or not. And it reflects a technical approach to investing as opposed to a fundamental approach. There are several charts and tables …

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What To Do With Your Money These Days

I don't know about you, but I've got time on my hands. Something that keeps me busy is posting something on my web site Monday thru Friday. This started some 10 years ago and the count is now well over 2000. Lately, I've been trying to establish a weekly theme for myself in terms of …

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The Pandemics Impact On Our Food Supply

My Comments: As per a geo-strategist I used follow until he stopped delivering daily posts, Dr. Thomas P. M. Barnet, the US was poised to continue it's role as the most secure food source on the planet. We've long been aware of populations across the globe with serious hunger issues, sometimes extreme hunger. It might …

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