Blogs

  • WHO WOULD YOU VOTE FOR?

    The following fun quiz recently circulated around the Internet, and we liked it so much that we decided to give it a place here. It is time to elect a new world leader, and only your vote counts. Here are the facts about the three leading candidates....
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 04-25-2005
  • 2018 First Quarter Technical Analysis Price Forecast

    As 2017 draws to a close, our analysis shows the first Quarter of 2018 should start off with a solid rally. Our researchers use our proprietary modeling and technical analysis systems to assist our members with detailed market analysis and timing triggers...
  • Monday Morning Chartology-10/4/10

    The Market Technical Monday Morning Chartology The S&P has now spent 10 trading days battling to surmount 1149 with very limited success. Dennis Gartman says gold is hyper extended. Our discipline says to at least wait till it challenges its very...
    Posted to Steve Cook on Disciplined Investing by Steve Cook on 10-04-2010
  • READER FEEDBACK: "THE SEX OFFENDER DILEMMA" 06/07/2005

    As we noted in our article last week, no crime stirs up more emotion than sex offenses, especially child molestation. Case in point: We received a tidal wave of emails from our readers, most of them with rather strong opinions on the matter. The probably...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 06-07-2005
  • ABIS Mold(HK) Technology Co.,Ltd

    ABIS was founded in Shenzhen China,in 1996,adjacent to Hong Kong,has its own factory of 12,000 square meters. With the advanced facilities from Germany, Swiss and Japan, and a highly experienced design and engineering team. Servicing various markets including...
    Posted to Technical Traders Ltd. by frtte111 on 12-24-2017
  • Reader Feedback 05/29/2007

    We received several comments from Canadian readers on the latest border control issues between Canada and the U.S., outlined in Doug Hornig's article "What's Happening in the War on Terror?". Here are two representative letters: Canadians...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 05-29-2007
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCARES

    For decades, environmental groups have (metaphorically speaking) rung bells and worn sandwich boards predicting the end of the world as we know it. But for the most part, their track record in foreseeing eco-disasters has been as lousy as that of the...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 04-18-2005
  • Reader Feedback 11/08/2005

    Not all our readers agree with us all the time, but that's what keeps our work interesting. Jim P. wrote the following pertaining to our article "Era of Mega-Hurricanes": The article on hurricanes in What We Now Know is accurate but only...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 11-08-2005
  • Homeland What?

    The Department of Homeland Security is the bureau calling the shots when it comes to protecting the United States against terrorists. No doubt that the headquarters of the DHS itself are a fortress-like, high-security complex, guarded by dozens of steely...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 03-21-2006
  • I am having trouble squaring the technical picture with the fundamental

    The Market Technical The Averages (DJIA 9908, S&P 1056) had no follow through from Friday’s intraday reversal which is doubly surprising given the tendency since the first of the year for stocks to rise on Mondays. This keeps them in trading...
    Posted to Steve Cook on Disciplined Investing by Steve Cook on 02-09-2010
  • Monday Morning Chartology-6/7/10

    The Market Technical Monday Morning Chartology The S&P needs to hold the 1063 level. Gold is steady as a rock. The VIX resumes its moon shot. Economics This Week’s Data Other A look at the total debt incurred by all levels of government in the...
    Posted to Steve Cook on Disciplined Investing by Steve Cook on 06-07-2010
  • Reader Feedback 10/31/2006

    Reader responses on our article "Please Help Us--STOP": I agree with Doug Hornig in his recent column about the erosion of civil liberties in the U.S., however, he makes a common layman's error when he says that plea bargaining has eroded...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 10-31-2006
  • U.S. CONCENTRATION CAMPS

    Back in the waning days of the Nixon Administration, one wry joke that made the rounds was that America had come a long way in the leadership category, from a President who couldn't tell a lie to one who couldn't tell the truth. While the assertion...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-24-2005
  • From Virtual to Reality

    In WWNK 1/10/05 , we talked about Project Entropia, a sophisticated computer game with (by now) 250,000 players worldwide, touted by its creators as "the first Virtual Universe." "Set in a distant Sci-Fi future, participants assume the...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 06-27-2006
  • Most Research Findings Wrong

    An August 2005 article in New Scientist stated that "Most published scientific research papers are wrong, according to a new analysis. Assuming that the new paper is itself correct, problems with experimental and statistical methods mean that there...
    Posted to What We Now Know by Doug Casey on 01-31-2006