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Tomorrow’s Headlines Today

February 26th, 2015 · No Comments

Tuesday’s update stated – “The Euro’s sideways rally appears over.” The euro fell out of bed today. What next? click chart to enlarge click chart to enlarge

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · Money Printing Pump · S&P 500 · Silver · Yen

UnPinned

February 24th, 2015 · No Comments

The Euro’s sideways rally appears over. click chart to enlarge

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Market Internals · S&P 500 · Silver · Yen

Weekly Update

February 22nd, 2015 · No Comments

Video inside.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · S&P 500 · Silver · Solunar Model · The Spiral Calendar · Yen

V Signal

February 17th, 2015 · No Comments

A Murmer from the VIX.

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · S&P 500 · Silver · Yen

Potential

February 12th, 2015 · No Comments

VIX and Breadth indicators both getting into position for potential bearish signals. click chart to enlarge

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · Money Printing Pump · S&P 500 · Silver · Yen

Follow the Yen

February 10th, 2015 · No Comments

Dollar yen is moving up, and U.S. stocks are following. click chart to enlarge

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · S&P 500 · Silver · Yen

Weekly Update

February 8th, 2015 · No Comments

Stocks are back at resistance. Can they break through?

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · S&P 500 · Silver · Solunar Model · Yen

Dollar Declines Are Bullish

February 5th, 2015 · No Comments

A weaker dollar raised the value of non-dollar central bank collateral, which supports stock prices, as seen in my “Heroin” chart. Recent dollar weakness combined with an increase in the ECB balance sheet has once again goosed the S&P averages. The lag seems to have shrunk from about 12 days to 6. click chart to […]

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Tags: Bonds · Crude Oil · Euro · General Market Commentary · Gold · Market Internals · Money Printing Pump · S&P 500 · Silver · Solunar Model · Yen