Monthly Archives: May 2018

Rigging the Stock Market Long Term Consequences

Most Americans are unaware the financial markets are rigged. That doesn’t mean prices will never fall. It does mean that the nature of the coming decline will be different than what has occurred in prior bear markets. That is because … Continue reading

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Cowering Down to the Censors

In a herd setting, the herd is managed most easily when everyone thinks the same thing and certain rhetoric is deemed the right thing to say. Within a herd there are always factions struggling to elevate themselves and diminish others. … Continue reading

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Herd Posturing

Anybody can do this. Observe the current scheme of things without looking through the . Your chances of making accurate assessments are almost 100%. Experts are not needed. Experts need you more than you need them. An expert almost always … Continue reading

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How Will the Stock Market Will Die?

In this cycle, the stock market will not die a natural death. In an organic market which is what professionals and amateurs alike believe we have, a bear market begins when supply finally exceeds demand after prices have been elevated … Continue reading

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Herding as a Choice

Herd animal is a choice except that it is a choice not often recognized. Once a herd animal does not mean always a herd animal. Once a human being makes the discovery and reasons.  “Yes, I am a herd animal. … Continue reading

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Crime is Contagious

Crime is o.k. as for secretaries of states, members of congress, presidents and so on. The probability of being prosecuted diminishes the higher up a person is on the political power scale.  This is nothing new. What is new is … Continue reading

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The School Shooting Solution

I have written many times that solutions to problems are normally simple. Complex solutions evolve because the solutions are distasteful or will upset the prevailing structure of society. Schools are organized in such a way that a child’s identity, self … Continue reading

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Donald Trump, World Leaders and Tensions

Any world leader is potentially dangerous. It is important that citizens see them for who and what they are. It is unwittingly assumed that world leaders are actually trying to do what is best for their respective countries. This is … Continue reading

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The Great Unraveling

Q.E. is over so now it is time for the stock market to fall? It doesn’t actually work that way. Quantitative easing would not be discontinued if there was not another plan for elevating stock prices being implanted at the … Continue reading

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Stock Market No Man’s Land

The average analyst is still tirelessly looking at as it is some kind of organic bubble. I am telling you traditional indicators have never looked worse. Ask me if I care? Nothing you can reduce to a number or look … Continue reading

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