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The Predator’s Play Ground

Some fantasies are more destructive than others. Sometimes it is hard to distinguish between a fantasy and an instinctive behavior. Either can be dissolved, defused and overridden by the larger part of the brain. At this particular time, our survival … Continue reading

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Fantasy Free A Way To Survive

Happiness is achieved mostly by viewing the world we live in through the prism of fantasy. Is that all that bad? It doesn’t seem to be. How else is a person to be happy in a universe where all living … Continue reading

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Decoding Stock Market Manipulation

Economists and market analysts are constantly confounded that the stock market continues to defy the laws and nature. The dogma they follow says one thing and the stock market does something else. It never occurs to these sorts that they … Continue reading

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If The Stock Market Was Strong

If the stock market was strong and actual investors were plowing in money for profits, all of the averages would move up on the same day. That is not the case. Given the current level of corporate buybacks, central bank … Continue reading

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Stupidity as a Variable

Part of my criticism of mainstream economic models is that there are no independent variables in the social sciences. That doesn’t mean there are no variables. The trick is to know what variables there are, which are changeable, and how … Continue reading

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Anticipate The New Nifty Fifty

I am old enough to remember the bear market of the 1970s. As a matter of fact I was right in the middle of it working for Merrill Lynch as a retail broker. After the bear market began in January … Continue reading

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Watch the Russell 2000

This is a repost to illustrate the point that a strong Russell 2000 telegraphs enormous organized support for stock prices. Notice that while the Dow is under pressure the Russell 2000 is in the green. The weight on the market … Continue reading

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Imposing Freedom on Others

The United States had its beginning with the Declaration of Independence. Up to this point in history living life without a king, queen or some equivalent was an unknown entity. Many assumed that the yearning for freedom was in the … Continue reading

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It is Really Just Stealing

SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson, Jr a Trump Appointee has recently discovered that there is not a lot of innocence in the area of corporate buybacks. He notes that insiders sell stock just as the corporate buybacks are ongoing. Wow, … Continue reading

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Thugs Take Charge

Make no mistake. There is an ongoing organized effort by an enormously powerful group to take control of the worlds factors of production. Last week I explained that the forever high moving stock market is a reflection of the effort … Continue reading

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