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Your 12-Point Great Depression II Survival Guide

And just like that – after a magnificent 11 year run – the bull market in U.S. stocks is dead.  From its peak close of 29,551 on February 12 through yesterday’s [Thursday] close of 21,200, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) has dropped over 28 percent – in just 30 days!  RIP. Continue reading

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Tales from a Late Stage Bull Market

An endearing quality of a late stage bull market is that it expands the universe of what’s possible.  Somehow, rising stock prices make the impossible, possible.  They also push the limits of the normal into the paranormal. Last week, for … Continue reading

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The Donald Can’t Stop It

The Dow’s march onward and upward toward 30,000 continues without reservation.  New record all-time highs are notched practically every day.  Despite yesterday’s 31-point pullback, the Dow’s up over 15.5 percent year-to-date.  What a remarkable time to be alive. The President, … Continue reading

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The Fatal Dangers of a Fading Bull Market Run

It is too bad that mobile devices don’t set off a signal before their users do something terminally stupid.  Perhaps a warning alarm would help them change course.  Rather than texting and walking in front of a city bus, the … Continue reading

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