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Why You Should Expect the Unexpected

The confluence of factors that influence market prices are vast and variable.  One moment patterns and relationships are so pronounced you can set a cornerstone by them.  The next moment they vanish like smoke in the wind. One thing that … Continue reading

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Are the Voices in Fed President Kashkari’s Head Speaking Lies?

The government continues its approach towards full meltdown.  The stock market does too.  But when it comes down to it, these are mere distractions from the bigger breakdown that’s bearing down upon us. The average working stiff has little time … Continue reading

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Chasing the Wind

Plebeians generally ignore the tact of their economic central planners.  They care more that their meatloaf is hot and their suds are cold, than about any plans being hatched in the capital city.  Nonetheless, the central planners know an angry … Continue reading

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Tales from “The Master of Disaster”

Daylight extends a little further into the evening with each passing day.  Moods ease.  Contentment rises.  These are some of the many delights the northern hemisphere has to offer this time of year. As summer approaches, and dispositions loosen, something … Continue reading

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