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THE SECULAR BULLS IN INVESTMENTS MARKETS

TUESDAY, AUGUST 7 ,2012

QBKR NEWS EDITION 1

VOLUME 1

SETTING #10A

GLOBAL OUTLOOK

Is it to late to short markets today? DMI(Desert Mountain Index)a fund traded on the IZ CORP EXCHANGE managers were asked this question. The reply was that shorting is not a DMI strategy. Investors within the retail trade space realize through the community of brazen speculators that is not a good idea to short the markets managers said.

Research from Summer 2010 by The Daralyson & Coo Rating Agency using a political independent variable was heard saying that with regulation and a plan to stimulate growth the stock markets in general will be buoyed into floating above expected levels. The study also conducted by MAXE RESEARCH on the EXAFLU INDEX of IZ CORP EXCHANGE using the same variable came up with the precisely same end results.

VOLATILITY IN THE MARKETS

Markets at this point are volatile yet the aspects of the uptrend tend to peek higher and higher. In the past years the market has showed strength for positive growth despite major economic headwinds.

Metal markets as a safe haven and catalyst hedge have seen set backs but still remain at considerably high prices which many investors tend to think is still very cheap. "When markets pull back a furious rush to break the lower highs is established in the wild fierce downturns. This is recognized as what is called data of market proficiency which is unrealized sustainability in investments. Meaning that an investment will do good as long as the positions are added to. For example a 401k retirement plan in where an employee puts in and a the employer matches and then the employee is able to put more shares into the value of the fund. A legging in scenario if you will. As long as more is put into an investment the growth will sustain with the proper management function."Future Economist Mr. Ibo Richards said."

QBKR NEWS REORTING

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