Monthly Archives: June 2013

Of Safety Nets

A false sense of security is the only kind there is —Michael Meade We were moving our stuff into the condo for our annual stay at the beach when the owner of the unit next door ambles over. “We’ve just … Continue reading

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Of Deflation

Long term readers will not be surprised by this morning’s Bloomberg headline: Bonds Tumble With Stocks as Gold Drops in Rout on Fed Basing my views on the work of Elliott Wave International (EWI), I’ve been preparing myself for the … Continue reading

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Elliott Wave Forecasts: an update

                                                   The Dollar For several years, the conventional wisdom has been that the dollar was destined for the trash heap due to an expected huge rise in inflation, given the amount of dollar printing the Fed was doing. Contrarily, the analysts … Continue reading

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A Hell of a Forecast

History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme —Mark Twain As a kid, a trip to the midway at Ponchartrain Park in New Orleans meant taking a ride on the Zephyr Rollercoaster. You had to, or look like a chicken to your buddies. A Zephyr ride … Continue reading

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