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Syndicated Publisher About Syndicated PublisherPaul Thomason is the Founder and Editor of the website and publishing service, Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service). The author of an article is always clearly indicated and attributed at the bottom of the article. Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) may have written the heading and summary text for the article or formatted the article, however, otherwise Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) is not the author. By publishing or extracting an article (with permission), Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) does not endorse or adopt the opinions or recommendations expressed or warrant the accuracy of the information in the article.

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  • Wow, They Really Are Tapering!
    By on January 5, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    In the sound-money community there is universal skepticism about the Fed’s plan to stop monetizing the world’s debt. Hardly anyone thinks they’ll go through with it and absolutely no one thinks they’ll succeed if they do. But the Fed is acting like it’s serious. Take a look at the monetary...
  • ECRI Recession Watch: Weekly Update
    By on January 5, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Today’s new release of the publicly available data from the Economic Cycle Research Institute (ECRI) puts its Weekly Leading Index (WLI) at 130.8, unchanged to one decimal place from the previous week. The WLI annualized growth indicator (WLIg) is at -3.9, down from -3.3 the previous week. Thi...
  • 15 Surprises For 2015
    By on January 5, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    It’s that time of year when people start thinking about New Year’s resolutions and investment planning for the future. It’s also the time of year when analysts feel more or less compelled to offer up forecasts. My friend Doug Kass turns the forecasting process on its head by offering 15 potent...
  • 2015: Recovery Year for Energy and Commodities?
    By on January 4, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Last year was a dismal year for oil, the energy sector in general, commodities, and gold. Following through with the theme of my weekend newspaper column of how investors tend to shop for the next year’s winners from the lists of the previous year’s hottest out-performers, while studies show the...
  • Who Is Behind The Oil War?. How Low Will Prices Go?.
    By on January 4, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Who is to blame for the staggering collapse of the price of oil?  Is it the Saudis?  Is it the United States?  Are Saudi Arabia and the U.S. government working together to hurt Russia?  And if this oil war continues, how far will the price of oil end up falling in 2015?  As you will see below, ...
  • Fed Abandons Stock Markets
    By on January 3, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The seemingly-invincible US stock markets powered higher again last year, still directly fueled by the Fed’s epic quantitative-easing money printing.  But 2015 is shaping up to be radically different from the past couple years.  The Fed effectively abandoned the stock markets when it terminated ...
  • Seasonal Sweet Spot For Small Stocks?
    By on January 3, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Studies show that one of the most persistent patterns investors follow is ‘chasing performance’. It’s most prevalent at this time of year. Investors shop for next year’s winners from the lists of the best performing stocks or mutual funds of the previous year. They switch from the successful...
  • Secular Bull and Bear Markets Since 1871
    By on January 3, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Was the March 2009 low the end of a secular bear market and the beginning of a secular bull? At this point, over five-and-a-half years later, the S&P 500 has set an inflation-adjusted record high based on monthly averages of daily closes. Let’s examine the past to broaden our understanding...
  • Scenes From a (Suddenly) Nude Beach
    By on January 3, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Warren Buffett’s classic observation that “You only see who’s swimming naked when the tide goes out” is being tossed around more frequently these days, as the world gets yet another deflation scare. Zero Hedge just published a great piece on this topic, which should be read in its entirety. ...
  • Keep Your Eyes On The Prize
    By on January 3, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    This article initially appeared on Nov 19, 2014 and was only available to Peak Prosperity’senrolled users. Many of them thought it important enough that it should be made available to the general public, which we are now doing here. At the essential center of the framework of the Crash Course ...
  • Housing Trends: Will Echo Bubble Expand Further In 20...
    By on January 1, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Considering the reality that only the top 5% have benefited from the policies of the past six years, it’s difficult to see how the Echo Bubble can continue expanding in 2015. After two years of bubble-type price increases, the big question for housing in 2015 is: will the Echo Bubble continue ...
  • Treasury Snapshot: Where Are Yields Headed in 2015?
    By on December 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    With the third round of Quantitative Easing behind us and the first FOMC meeting of 2015 a month away, let’s take a quick look at US Treasuries. The yields on the 10-, 20- and 30 year Treasuries have generally trended downward since the end of 2013. They hit their 2014 lows on December 16th, t...
  • China Zombie Factories: An Illusion of Industry and P...
    By on December 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    China has zombie malls and even zombie cities, so zombie factories can hardly be a surprise. And as the malinvestments pile up, so do unrealized shadow bank losses. The Financial Times reports China Zombie Factories Kept Open to Give Illusion of Prosperity. In the shadow of a group of enormous smo...
  • 2014 In Review: How Could Gold Bugs Have Been So Wron...
    By on December 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Twelve short months ago, the immediate future looked like a lock. Overvalued equities had to fall, ridiculously-low interest rates had to rise, and beaten-down precious metals had to resume their bull market. The evidence was overwhelming. Debt in the developed world had risen to $157 trillion, or 3...
  • Volatility Will Continue In The Important New Year.
    By on December 29, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    As usual when the market is rallying, the focus is on the positive news events and economic reports, as reasons for a rally to continue. And during pullbacks, the focus is on the negative reports as reasons why this time might be the beginning of more than just a pullback. Economic reports were mix...
  • PCE Price Index: Headline and Core Remain Well Below ...
    By on December 29, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The Personal Income and Outlays report for November was published last week by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. The latest Headline PCE price index year-over-year (YoY) rate is 1.17%, down from 1.42% the previous month. The Core PCE index of 1.41% down from the previous month’s 1.53% YoY. As I...

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