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Excerpted from the September 21 edition of NFTRH, #309, which went on to do extensive technical and macro work across all the key markets…
Last week we noted that Uncle Buck would be front and center in the analysis, not because the strength in the (anti-market) currency was not expected (it was), but because our big picture theme of an ongoing economic contraction had remained intact (ref: gold vs. commodities ratio) over the long-term.
It is important here to remember that NFTRH would only be on its big picture macro themes as long as indictors implied they are still viable. I will be damned if I will let us follow a Pied Piper off an ideological cliff, no matter what readers (including me) might want to hear. We must dedicate to know what is happening, not what our hopes, dreams, egos, etc. think or worse, hope will happen. (more…)
We didn’t get what I first postulated yet, what we did might be even more illuminating.
In my earlier article the 4C’s I set up the premise that if a Yes vote took place in Scotland there were possible ramifications within the markets than what was being expressed, as well as reported, throughout the financial media.
Well it turns out the cause for any worry has now been voted and booted away so far down the road it would make a can envious. However, what did we really get?
In my opinion we might have been shown there is even far more need to be concerned, for once again, the powers that be have seemingly demonstrate they truly are – the one’s in control. (more…)
Here’s today’s swing-trading watch-list:
Long Endo Pharmaceuticals Holdings (ENDP)
I’m getting sick and tired of waiting for the Model X, which was pre-announced three years ago but is STILL not an announced product, taking forever to become real. Over 20,000 fellow reservation holders feel the same way. The bloom is starting to come off the Tesla rose, and the technical failures are multiplying before our eyes.