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Stock Market Paradigm Shift

“I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, …The man that controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire. And I control the money supply.” Baron Rothschild advice given to the ECB … Continue reading

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Did They Really Just Kill The Bull?

I believe this market will continue to fade rallies and continue to make new lows. Arguably, maybe at the 1870 level on the SPX will usher in QE4. Oh, yes, they can, and oh, yes, up we would go. Continue reading

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Trading Moods And The Moody Blues

Oh, and replace the name Timothy Leary with Benny Bernanke. Continue reading

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Newton’s Laws and Trading the Stock Market

Newtonians control this market. They’ve been in control ever since the Big Ben Theory exploded on the scene in 2009 and continue to evolve and expand to this day. Continue reading

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Stock Market About to Get Murkier

Jesse Livermore, a tragic hero of the trading world, never used the terms “bull” or “bear” because he felt they forced a mind-set that he believed made a trader less flexible, in essence less willing to admit being wrong. He … Continue reading

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