State of the Blog

I think I’ve been able to restore more functionality to the blog following the infection by a worm that managed to cause considerable havoc.  Newly registered members can now subscribe once again via the subscriptions button at the top of this page. There are a few more tweaks that need to be taken care of however, and if you run into any issues, please let me know. 


3 thoughts on “State of the Blog”

  1. Chris,

    I wanted to thank you for all your work and research you are sharing with us here. I just reread the special Calendar Research report from June 2008. It’s amazing how the key SC dates you were talking about there are still measuring sticks for how the markets and the economy in general progress since then. For example the US$ low of March 23rd, 2008 is still in and continues to denote a disinflationary environment since then. Commodities are still lower than last year (with the exception of gold) and IMO are still trending lower. I guess we disagree over the stock market direction, which I see in a kind of disinflationary rally somewhat similar to the 1990s (except that small caps lead). Lastly, the t-bond market seems to have topped out in late ’08 and on its way into a multi-decade bear market. I wonder if you have any long-term SC dates for bonds as you don’t mention them a lot. Maybe the market is not so well suited for SC? Apart from bonds, stocks and the general economy, most markets still seem to go down to new lows at the end-of-winter date mentioned in your special report. I think this date will be the most important turning point in 2010 and probably qualify for a good-sized panic, even though IMO not as bad as what we’ve seen in 2008-2009 and no new lows for stocks or highs for t-bonds. In any case that date in 2010 seems exciting!

  2. Chris,
    I am not able to access the blog directly,but from Google have to hit another topic on your site which takes me to the blog!

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