Monthly Archives: February 2009

monday update

SHORT TERM: government tries to talk the market higher, DOW -251 Overnight the Asian markets were mixed. Europe opened higher but closed -1.95%. US index futures were higher overnight, and it was reported that the government was in talks with Citigroup … Continue reading

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the Bond bull market…soon to be bear market

Since October 1981 Bonds have been in a Supercycle bull market. Within one year after Ronald Reagan was elected the 40th President of the USA 30-year Bond yields peaked at 14.59%. Ever since then, and we’re covering nearly twenty-eight years, … Continue reading

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weekend update

REVIEW Economic reports last week were mostly negative. Housing starts reached their lowest level since WW II. The manufacturing Empire index and Philly FED dropped about 50% lower than last month, and year over year inflation hit its lowest level … Continue reading

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friday update

SHORT TERM: many bank stocks break below $10 in volatile day, DOW -100 Overnight the Asian markets were mostly lower. Europe opened lower and closed -4.00%. US index futures were lower overnight, and at 8:30 the January CPI was reported … Continue reading

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thursday update

SHORT TERM: DOW closes at new bear market low, DOW -90 Overnight all the Asian markets were higher. Europe opened higher and closed +0.25%. US index futures were higher overnight as well, and at 8:30 the weekly unemployment claims came … Continue reading

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