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Aug 26 2015

Global Stock Markets in Turmoil

Sometimes, life is a waiting game. Now, with global stock markets in turmoil, is one of those times. ...
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Aug 26 2015

Analysis of Current Extreme Selling

We have seen a highly unusual number of consecutive days with strong (and broad) selling.   By Rob ...
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Aug 26 2015

Global Markets Convulsions No Surprise

Current convulsions in the global markets is coming as no surprise to my readers.   By Jeb Handwerger ...
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Aug 26 2015

Lower Band Bungee Jumping

Yesterday was a classic lower band ride day with a touch of the 2SD daily lower band, an ...
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Aug 26 2015

Collapse of Chinese Economy Scaring Investors

The latest story scaring investors witless (TM OldProf Euphemism) is the collapse of the Chinese economy.   By ...
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Aug 26 2015

Treasury Yields Up On Tuesday

The US stock market couldn’t hold on to its snap-back rally in early trading on Tuesday, but Treasury ...
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Aug 26 2015

Nasty Reversal on Tuesday

The stock market indices did have a turn-around Tuesday, but it wasn’t the kind we wanted. By Harry ...
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Aug 26 2015

Cannabis Edibles in Denver

It was my last day in Denver, and I wanted to partake in some of the city's cannabis ...
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Aug 26 2015

Global Stock Markets Testing Bull Market Support

The majority of the worlds stocks markets have been in an uptrend the past few years.   By ...
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Aug 26 2015

Rally Fades in the Afternoon

I'm watching the benchmark S&P 500 while vacationing on a Rhone River cruise with limited and unpredictable Internet ...
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Aug 26 2015

Demand for Gold Bullion Increasing

When there’s too much uncertainty about an asset class, like there is today with gold bullion prices, I ...
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Aug 26 2015

September One of the Worst Months of the Year

The start of business year, end of summer vacations, and back to school made September a leading barometer ...
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