In This Issue: How Much Higher Can The Bull Go? Predictions About The Economy Are All Over The Map Several Threats To Growth Are Worrisome Food And Energy Are Good Bets Now The Bottom Line Since our last newsletter in February, the stock market continued to rise. During the first part of the month it...
I have talked about inflation, especially rising food prices, several times this year, and while I don’t want to sound like a broken record, the evidence continues to mount AND the opportunity to make to a lot of money is growing. What happened last week in the grains market is especially telling. First...
The finance chiefs of the world's 20 most-developed economies recently gathered in Paris to discuss the challenges facing the global economy. One of those challenges is inflation — especially food inflation. "International commodity prices are rising. Food situation is a major issue which...
THE FIRST INFLATION SURGE IN 25 YEARS IS OVER. So, what now? First, let me give credit when credit is due. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and the Fed finally got one right. They’ve been promising us moderating inflation for a year or more and now with -30% lower crude oil prices and a big...
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UPDATE ON THE STOCK MARKET . Written Wednesday, July 30th, 2008: 6:30 am EST. Another ‘ fl as hy - sp la sh y ’ rally yesterday So typical of bear markets, especially those with much further in time and points to go. Grizzly bear markets thrive on investors’ hope and adamant investor...
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