Bob Farrell’s 10 rules for investing

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Wall Street “gurus” come and go, but in the case of Bob Farrell legendary status was achieved. He retired in 1992, but his famous “10 Market Rules to Remember” have lived on and are summarized in this post. The words of wisdom are timeless and are especially appropriate as investors grapple with the difficult juncture at which stock markets find themselves at this stage. […]

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Face to face with Chris Whalen on the Fed’s policies

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Eric King of King World News has just interviewed Chris Whalen, one of the top bank analysts in America, on the Fed’s policies … […]

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Stock market – liquidity and long-term technical indicators still bullish

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This post considers two long-term stock market indicators in order to gauge the primary trend. […]

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Wealthtrack: Michael Hasenstab – avoid Treasuries

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This week on Wealthtrack, Consuelo Mack talks to Michael Hasenstab, Morningstar’s 2010 Fixed-Income Manager of the Year. Although only 37 years old, Hasenstab has shepherded the Templeton Global Bond Fund through ten years of market and competition beating performance. Consuelo asks Hasenstab why he is avoiding the U.S. and focusing on emerging market currencies and debt. […]

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Visualizing GDP – the consumer is key

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This post shares an interesting way of visualizing changes in the US GDP components. […]

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Keiser Report: Blind cult of America

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This time Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert, report on downgrades, gold bars and third worlds. In the second half of the show, Max talks to Chris Martenson about the breakdown drawing near! […]

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