Government bonds – what’s up?

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This post provides an update on the outlook for government debt and includes a few very interesting long-term graphs. […]






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Marc Faber: We have a new gold standard

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The markets have created their own gold standard because of uncertainties regarding other asset classes, Marc Faber, author of “The Gloom, Boom and Doom Report”, told CNBC. […]






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Is real estate rolling over?

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A useful source for some guidance on the prospects of real estate is Robert Cambell’s Campbell Real Estate Timing Letter (via Dow Theory Letters) from which I have quoted in this post. […]






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Technical Talk: One last move up

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“We remain cautiously optimistic with the trend up, internals strong, the Russell 2000, the NASDAQ and now the S&P 500 at new recovery highs. Skeptics remain the loudest people in the room and while their concerns may be valid we have learned that the market rewards the minority and confounds the majority,” said technical analyst Kevin Lane in this guest post. […]






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Another recession coming, says Jim Rogers

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“We’re going to have another recession, I guarantee you … By 2012 say, it’s time for another recession,” Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings, told CNBC. “The next time it’s going to be worse because we’ve shot all of our bullets,” he added. […]






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Gasoline: headwind to economic recovery?

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Let’s not ignore the impact of high gas prices on economic growth. Been there, done that … […]






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