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The Secret to Fun and Easy Stock Market Riches

On Tuesday, at the precise moment Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell commenced delivering his semiannual monetary policy report to the House Financial Services Committee, something unpleasant happened. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) didn’t go up. Rather, it went down. Continue reading

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Riding the Type 3 Mega Market Melt Up Train

The decade long bull market run, aside from making everyone ridiculously rich, has opened up a new array of competencies. The proliferation of ETFs, for instance, has precipitated a heyday for the ETF Analyst. So, too, blind faith in data has prompted the rise of Psychic Quants…who see the future by modeling the past. Continue reading

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Fed Chair Powell’s Inescapable Contradiction

Over the last two decades we’ve conducted our own empirical research of the influence of central bank fake money credit creation. Our methodology is simple. We observe the world about us – both good and bad. When something cockeyed crosses our sights we zoom in for a closer look. Continue reading

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Dead Meat in Jackson Hole

This Thursday through Saturday, for the 37th consecutive year, the Kansas City Federal Reserve is hosting its economic symposium in Jackson Hole. Central bankers from the Federal Reserve have descended upon the valley like 19th century fur trappers. Who they bill their expense reports to is a question that’s better not asked. Continue reading

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