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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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  • The Depression, World War II, And What They Really Me...
    By on September 21, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Nearly a century after the fact, the Great Depression remains THE object lesson for virtually every branch of economics. To monetarists the fact that the US money supply fell by nearly a third in the 1930s illustrates the need for a central bank to maintain steady money growth. To Keynesians the Dep...
  • The Perfect (Dollar) Storm: When Currencies Collide P...
    By on September 20, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Investment Implications of a USD Breakout Should the USD break out from its 2005 to present bearish trend, we should see some significant developments in inter-market relationships. For starters, the relative performance of U.S. stocks to the MSCI World Stock Index Excluding the U.S. shows a strong ...
  • The Illusion Of Permanent Liquidity
    By on September 20, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    AFP (Agence France-Presse) recently printed an interesting piece about the current illusion of permanent liquidity.  To wit: “Loose monetary policies have created an ‘illusion of permanent liquidity’ that is spurring investors to make risky bets and push up asset prices, the Bank...
  • 5 Things To Ponder: “Bear-ly” Extant
    By on September 20, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    “It is a bad sign for the market when all the bears give up. If no-one is left to be converted, it usually means no-one is left to buy.” – Pater Tenebrarum That quote got me thinking about the dearth of bearish views that are currently prevalent in the market. The chart below shows th...
  • Last Stand Approaching For Gold
    By on September 19, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Gold ended its 10-year bull market in 2011 when it topped out at $1,900 an ounce. It was a spectacular run from $250 an ounce in 2001. Since then it rallied back several times only to have those rallies fail at lower highs. Its most recent rally attempt, beginning in January, looked to have a better...
  • For 90% Of Americans There Has Been No Recovery
    By on September 19, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Every three years the Federal Reserve releases a survey of consumer finances that is a stockpile of data on everything from household net worth to incomes. The 2013 survey confirms statements I have made previously regarding the Fed’s monetary interventions leaving the majority of Americans b...
  • The Perfect (Dollar) Storm: When Currencies Collide P...
    By on September 18, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    In October 1991 developments were in motion to create what Bob Case, then deputy meteorologist for the National Weather Service, called “the perfect storm,” which rocked the northeast and sank the Andrea Gail and its six crew members. A book was written about the storm in 1997 and a movie follow...
  • World Growth vs Copper. Iron-Ore At 5 Year Lows.
    By on September 18, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Copper is frequently cited as a leading indicator of economic activity because of its widespread use in many sectors of the economy, from homes and factories, to electronics and power generation and transmission. For that reason, some call it “Dr. Copper“. Inquiring minds may be wonder...
  • Full Frontal Inflation
    By on September 17, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    By now it’s an article of faith within the sound money community that most major countries have borrowed so much that they’re left with only two options: default on their debt through mass-bankruptcy and a new Great Depression, or inflate it away through stepped-up currency creation. This is an ...
  • An Independent Scotland?
    By on September 17, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The United States is just starting to think about the upcoming elections (for whatever reason, the vast majority of people don’t focus on politics until after Labor Day), but there is another election happening “over the pond,” where the polls have just made everybody do a double-take. I am of...
  • Cause and Effect?
    By on September 17, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    You may have seen that the recent revision to second quarter 2014 GDP came in at 4.2%. This is the third largest quarter over quarter growth rate number in the current economic cycle. Of course we need to remember this follows on the heels of a 2.1% contraction in the first quarter. If we average th...
  • China: How The Boom Unravels, One Person At A Time
    By on September 16, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The dashing of youthful expectations of open-ended wealth and security for everyone with a college degree is highly combustible when combined with a popping real estate bubble and systemic corruption. Those enamored of China’s ability to build empty apartments, empty malls and empty train stat...

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