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Brexit has arrived like a tornado cutting across a corn field

Wow! What power! What surprise! What devastation! Japan’s Nikkei has plummeted 7.9%.  Germany’s DAX Index is down 7.2%.  The STOXX Europe 600 is down 7.5%.  The UK’s FTSE 100 is down 4.4%… and so on. The yield on the 10-yr … Continue reading

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Lord, please give us good leaders

The market finished up for the second week in a row.  Today, Friday, January 29th, 2016, was a very BIG day for gains.  Still, the U.S. averages fell over 5% for the month. Why, I wonder. I want to speculate … Continue reading

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Challenging Times, my friends

It’s so important to remember that markets don’t care about perfection; they only care about relative direction. If things are getting better, that’s enough for the markets. Conversely, if things begin to deteriorate, that’s enough for the market, sometimes, to … Continue reading

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