The macro deflationary forces continue to show their effect. It seems that the Fed has come to realize that QE 3 was basically ineffectual at fighting deflation. So the next attempt at fighting deflation by the FED seems to be…Continue Reading →
Today’s bounce back up on the markets is just more of the sloughing off of momentum which brings us back into the sell area.
As the Bond and Stock Markets come to the end of the road we will be seeing something that has not been seen in years. People are going to sell because they don’t want to own either anymore. And this…Continue Reading →
Central bankers around the globe are pulling out their hair trying to figure out why the various QE’s are not igniting economic growth. For example, US industrial production reported yesterday was the weakest in 2 1/2 years, all during the…Continue Reading →
We calculate Bullish and Bearish Attitudes as the tension between the direction of the market and the posture of the players. A very Bullish attitude occurs when the number of days the market goes higher is high but the market…Continue Reading →
On March 30th we outlined our views on the long economic cycle and how one can build a case that we are in the closing 2 plus year phase of the current cycle. How is the remaining time in this…Continue Reading →