Is The Dow Theory Pointing To A Crash?

Is The Dow Theory Pointing To A Crash?

Some people have asked me about the divergence between the Dow Transports which peaked in September 2018 and the Dow Industrials which has made new all-time highs in 2019. Dow Theorists warn this is a significant divergence which sets up a potentially bearish...

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Utter Global Confusion

Utter Global Confusion

The Dow has bounced off of the channel resistance after peaking at 27398 and there was a reversal to the downside warning of at least a pause in the advance. This has been the area of concern and indeed, once the Dow exceeded 27,000, now some are calling for 30,000....

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A Defensive Mindset In A Bullish Market

A Defensive Mindset In A Bullish Market

I just recieved an email from a friend. We will call him Jerrome. So here is what he wrote:"... just waiting to see if they change interest rates. If I understand if they go lower on the rate then the market will continue to be bullish. Am I right?" The reality is...

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Europe Proves Incompetent

Europe Proves Incompetent

QUESTION: Livio, it is becoming very obvious that we are headed into a recession here in Europe. I have never felt how ominous things seem as they do right now. Should I be worried?. ANSWER: I know and am sorry it is getting ugly over there as I am focused on the...

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The Hunt For Taxes Is Escalating Globally

The Hunt For Taxes Is Escalating Globally

It really is very astonishing how brain-dead politicians are. The latest stats are showing that residents are increasingly fleeing New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. The perpetually rising taxes are just getting insane. We just received this...

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Pension Crisis In America Expanding Again

Pension Crisis In America Expanding Again

Pension Crisis In America Is expanding again. The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted a better method of analyzing the impact of public sector pensions on state and local budgets. The results are ominous for government finances, the bond markets, and pretty much...

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