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Market Cycle Indicators Still Positive Late In The Game

The 6 month cycle up phase has gotten a second wind but the clock is ticking. Market Update Pro subscribers click here to download the complete market update, including the proprietary cycle screens report in pdf format. Not yet a subscriber? Try the Market Update Pro risk free for 90 days If, within that time, you don’t find the information useful,…

Liquidity Analysis Says Get Ready to Go Short

US macro liquidity has grown slowly over the past year, decelerating in recent months. The current growth rate is just over 2%.  Meanwhile, stock price inflation has surged, with prices up 16% in a year. This has created a large divergence between measures of US stock prices, and the Composite Liquidity Index (CLI). The market has become overextended due to…

Waiting For The Other Shoes To Drop

The Fed’s balance sheet and US banking indicators remain in the calm before the storm. Or to borrow another cliché, we’re waiting for the other shoes to drop. There are two of them. One will be when the Fed commences actual balance sheet reductions. The other will be when Congress raises the debt limit.  Those two events will signal the…

Charts Still Not Looking Good For Bears

The down phases in the 6 and 10-12 month cycles have only manifest as slowing upside momentum as prices have continued to trend higher. Market Update Pro subscribers click here to download the complete market update, including the proprietary cycle screens report in pdf format. Not yet a subscriber? Try the Market Update Pro risk free for 90 days If, within…

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Why It Will Continue, Again Continued

Part of “reflation” was always going to be banks making more money in money. These days that is called FICC – Fixed Income, Currency, Commodities. There’s a bunch of activities included in that mix, but it’s mostly derivative trading books forming the backbone of math-as-money money. The better the revenue conditions in FICC, the more…

Missing Money Inverts

There was a funny sort of Congressional exchange all the way back in November 2005 that in a weird way defines our world today. At the nomination proceedings on whether to confirm Ben Bernanke as Alan Greenspan’s successor, Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky wanted the prospective Fed Chairman to first answer for M3. It had…