Tag: The Wall Street Journal

Establishment Media Trying To Push The Stock Market Down

20/08/2017

MarketWatch is REALLY trying to push the stock market down and Google has given them a prominent position in their search engine results to do just that. Check out what the search “stock market news” outputs from Google search: Whatever happened to the “fake news” filter Google was going to start using? Google features this Read More »

In stock market corrections, the Russell 2000 usually leads the other major indices lower.

Stock Market Correction and Waiting To Click The Buy Button

19/08/2017

The stock market correction is likely going to push the S&P 500 to test its long-term rising trendline and support at 232.20. The bearish divergence on the Twiggs Money Flow likely signals that the pull back is not over yet. A few traders have asked me if now is the time to buy or if Read More »

CNN Admits Trump Russia Stories Are Fake News, All About Ratings

28/06/2017

A CNN producer is caught on hidden camera admitting that so called “news” about Russia ties to the Trump Administration are fake news and are really all about ratings. I said months ago on a Saturday show that the whole Russia thing was fake news. Either a real stupid YouTuber or a democrat operative posted Read More »

Stock Market Today Is Half the Size It Was In 1996 Thanks To the Fed

27/06/2017

The stock market today is about half the size it was in 1996. In the U.S, the number of stocks has fallen by half in the past 20 years, from 7,322 to 3,671 last year according to a report from Barron’s (link above). Stock Market Today Is Half the Size Thanks To the Fed I Read More »

Hong Kong Stock Exchange Now Has Competition For China Mainland Stocks

20/06/2017

SUBSCRIBE OR SIGN IN

What You Don’t Want to Hear About Housing Starts

16/06/2017

Housing starts have contracted for the third month in a row. According to an article in the WSJ (link above) economists had forecast a 3.4% increase. The actual number was a -5.5% decrease. That’s a huge miss folks and the reason is the “builders can’t keep up” fallacy. Housing Starts Are Falling From Rate Hikes Read More »

Keep Current Interest Rates Low Yellen

Why Current Interest Rates Could Help Get Yellen Fired

13/06/2017

President Trump told Janet Yellen he thinks she’s a low interest rate person like himself according to a CNBC report (link above). Yellen has been raising current interest rates and so I’m thinking the President is less likely to keep her on-board when her term expires in February 2018. Citing a Wall Street Journal article, Read More »

Guess Who Is On Trump’s Economic Team, SWEET!

30/10/2016

Do you remember when the WSJ, CNN, CNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, Bloomberg, Forbes, and Reuters ran stories at the start of the year about how no one even knows who was advising Trump on economic matters? They even went as far to say that Trump had no support of any economists. That never sat right Read More »

US Jobs and Holiday Hiring Stronger This Year

25/10/2016

Temporary holiday season hiring in the US is stronger this year than in previous years. Employers having a higher demand for temp workers for the holiday season is a bullish signal for the US economy. The WSJ writes… “Five years ago we could find a lot of professional-level people that didn’t Read More »

Saudi Arabia Bond – Fat Chance You Oil Pumping Sharks

19/10/2016

Saudi Arabia is now offering an international bond that yields 4.6%. The WSJ writes… The $6.5 billion 30-year portion of Saudi Arabia’s bond is set to pay 2.1 percentage points more in yield than a comparable U.S. Treasury, or around 4.6%. That is a sizeable pickup in a world where developed-market Read More »

Here Comes Inflation FINALLY! Traders Focus On Earnings

19/10/2016

We have enough data to say that inflation is finally trending higher. In case you are wondering why inflation moving higher is important, please review this. The less volatile sticky CPI confirms the uptrend. ObamaCare has exploded the cost of medical care higher. Medical care commodities, which are prescription and non-prescription Read More »

Mexico Devalues Peso To Dominate Auto Production In North America

22/09/2016

Mexico is devaluing its currency to gain a huge advantage in international trade. Democrats and the Obama Administration have done nothing to stop it. Like most economists, I am for free trade; however, free trade today is not Adam Smith or David Ricardo envisioned hundreds of years ago. The classical concept of free trade works Read More »