Monthly Archives: January 2016

Fed Ignores Deepening Cyclical Downturn

  Bad timing and intransigence Nominal GDP and Non-financial profits trending down Global profit estimates are in their steepest decline since 2009. 85 year high in US crude inventories Record debt and the credit cycle “The Fed doesn’t look at … Continue reading

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Fed Rate Rise Blunder Signals “Central Banks Are Out Of Tricks”

  George Soros joins the rate hike blunder chorus Ray Dalio is already in the Choir Could there have been a worse time to raise rates? Fed is stuck in the wrong paradigm. Epic policy Failure. “The Central Banks Are Out … Continue reading

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Understanding Risk And Control. “It’s not the economy (or fundamentals) – It’s The Fed!”

  “It’s not the economy (or fundamentals), stupid – It’s The Fed!” Decaying Control System 5 Crucial Questions For Investors Short Term Outlook Conclusion —————————- “It’s not the economy (or fundamentals), stupid – It’s The Fed!” http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-01-11/what-makes-world-go-around-2-uncomfortably-truthful-charts The hardest point to get across … Continue reading

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“We Frontloaded A Tremendous Market Rally” Former Fed President Admits, Warns “No Ammo Left”

“We frontloaded a tremendous Market Rally” US stock prices have been inflated far above fundamental valuation ISM manufacturing has now fallen below 50 for 2 months in a row. Factory orders signal US economy in a recession.  Gap between sales and inventories … Continue reading

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