7
Oct
2010
Debt, it isn’t what it used to be.

Used to be a time when debt was something you actually planned to pay off. People used to have “mortgage burning” parties, after that final payment was cashed by the bank and the homeowner truly became one, it wasn’t uncommon to have all their friends over, serve food and drinks and then ceremoniously burn the mortgage.…

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6
Oct
2010
Stock Market and Commodities Traders Front Run the Federal Reserve

Last month marked one of the best Septembers in years as the DOW rallied 7.7%, which made for the best September for the DOW since 1939. Bulls are excited about the rally and market while bears are wondering what is behind it. There are no signs of a big economic boom around the corner to justify the stock market going higher.…

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6
Oct
2010
The US dollar is plummeting
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Since observing in my September 22nd commentary that the US Dollar Index is “staring over the edge of the precipice and is ready to plummet”, it has been basically all downhill for the dollar.  The Dollar Index over the past seven trading days has dropped 1.74 points, or 2.18%. …

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5
Oct
2010
Exploring The Impossible – Debt Used As Money

There are two ways to acquire wealth. One can produce it or one can take it from those who have produced it. The first method has often been called the economic method. The second method has many names. It has been called stealing, or usurpation, or expropriation, or “eminent domain”. Whatever, the description, there is one constant.…

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3
Oct
2010
Gold Stocks, SP500 & the Dollar – What’s Next?
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Investors around the globe are concerned with the economic outlook, not only with the United States but with virtually every country. This has caused not only investors but banks and countries to start buying gold & silver in order to be protected incase of a currency melt down in the coming years.…

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1
Oct
2010
Mid-Week Market Report on SP500, Oil, Gold & Dollar
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Wednesday the market didn’t tell us anything new. The equities market is still over extended on the daily chart but the market is refusing to break down. Each time there has been seen selling in the market over the past two weeks, the market recovers. Equities and the dollar have been trading with an inverse relationship and it seems to drop every in value each selling pressure enters the market, which naturally lifts stocks.…

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