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Is Bitcoin About To Soar?





A "Bullish Pennant" has been spotted in the chart of Bitcoin, one which suggests a major breakout is imminent.

 
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The "Mood Swings Of A QE World" Force One Trader To Give Up On Fundamentals, Become A Technician





Mood swings have been fluctuating so quickly they resemble rapid-eye-movement rather than the expected ebb and flow of a normal market, such as it is in a QE world... With market noise at a cacophonous pitch, it’s far better to lean on technical pivots and to keep it really simple. In this environment a chart really is worth 1,000 words.

 
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Buying Dollar Bills For $1.10





There are two conditions that should be met when a company engages in a stock buyback. 1) The shares should be trading below intrinsic value 2) there are no investment opportunities available that would allow the company to continue to grow at a desirable rate. If both conditions can be met a case may be made for share buybacks.

 
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"Godfather" Of Technical Analysis 'Nails' The Correction





In Q1 2007, the so-called "godfather" of technical analysis Ralph Acampora told a 'Goldilocks'-prone Larry Kudlow on CNBC that "I'm bullish, but I don't think I am bullish enough...there's new leadership." That call turned out to be very close to top-ticking the market before it's collapse. Fast-forward nine years and Ralph is back, proclaiming that Yellen has "lit a fire under the stock market... and the correction is over." Trade accordingly...

 
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An Investor's Compendium Of Wall Street Wisdoms





Experience is an expensive commodity to acquire, which is why it is always cheaper to learn from the mistakes of others.

 
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Bitcoin Market Technical Analysis and Commentary - 2 26 2016 (Video)





We delve into the technicals of the Bitcoin Market in this video.

 
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“The Greatest Crash Of Your Life Is Just Ahead…” – Harry Dent Warns





The story on Wall Street and CNBC continues to be that we’re in a correction and this is a buying opportunity. Even Warren Buffett joins the chorus of stock market cheerleaders for the skeptical public. Well, I agree with the skeptical public, not the experts here!

 
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Weekend Reading: Did The Fed Just Cage The Bear?





"The Fed has a history of tricking it self into believing the economy is stronger than it really is - something that has happened a lot during this recovery. And there is reason to believe it is doing so again. If that’s the case, the Fed could be living in denial about its ability to raise interest rates...  The road we’re on is coming to an end,'”

 

 
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Gold Is The Only Sound Money





The technical situation for the gold price has sharply improved, to the evident surprise of many mainstream analysts, but what are the reasons behind the turnaround, and implications for the future?

 
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The 30-Year Line In The (Oil) Sand





Is the bounce in energy stocks for real?

 
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Key Equity Index Climbs Back Up The Elevator Shaft





While the market has climbed from the ground floor all the way back up the elevator shaft, it may find the access to upper floors there rather limited. After rallying 14% in just about 3 weeks, a ratcheting down of upside expectations would certainly seem warranted.

 
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Buffett’s Math Trumped by Gold





In his annual newsletter to shareholders, Buffett makes the argument that $56,000 today is six times better (even after his adjustment for inflation) than the $858 of GDP per Capita each US Citizen earned in 1929 but forgets to mention that $858 in 1929 was equivalent to 41.5 Troy Ounces of Gold in 1929. When measuring on an apple to apples comparison, there has been little to no gain in GDP per capita over the last 86 years in the United States. We show you the math.

 
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Gold-Silver Ratio Breakout Report, 28 Feb, 2016





Monetary Metals has been predicing a rising gold-silver ratio. This ratio moved up very sharply this week, and now it takes 83.2 ounces of silver to buy an ounce of gold.

It's within a hair’s breadth of breaking out past the high set on Oct 17, 2008.

 
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Bull Rallies In Bear Markets - The Perfect Storm





"Investor hopes of coordinated G20 policy actions proved to be pure fantasy... It’s every country for themselves." Use any rally this week to move to the lowest level of equity exposure for this part of the cycle.

 
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A Chilling Forecast For Those With 20/10 Vision





If history proves prophetic, buckle up. Stock prices may be in for a precipitous decline.

 
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