Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Reader Offers Help

A reader, wanting to be helpful, sent me this e-mail: Hi rod roth, Your friend, ……., has recommended this article entitled ‘Market Forecasters Are Like Blind Squirrels…‘ to you: Market Forecasters Are Like Blind Squirrels… Posted By Barry Ritholtz On … Continue reading

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On Optimism

“Thinkin’ about not reading you anymore,” he says, “too damn pessimistic.” “What do you want to read?” “Good news, of course! Not your frickin’ end of history crap!” OK, here: We are constructive on the markets, advising a well diversified … Continue reading

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Real Estate: A Lump of Coal for Today’s Investor

And I’m wondering where the lions are… –Bruce Cockburn 9 July, 2015–Suckers cluster around an auctioneer, cheeks flushed, heartbeats racing, furiously bidding properties up ten, twenty, twenty five percent over appraisal. Emotions are high. Winners think they stole the property. Losers are sick. Won’t be outbid on … Continue reading

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It’s Over

3 July, 2015–A global bear market of Grand Supercycle dimension is underway, accompanied by a deflationary depression that will destroy values in: U.S. Stocks European Nation Stocks Asian Nation Stocks Emerging Nation Stocks Corporate Bonds Municipal Bonds Commercial Paper Sovereign … Continue reading

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