Believing that "the steep yield curve is forecasting better times ahead," Raymond James'...

Believing that "the steep yield curve is forecasting better times ahead," Raymond James' Jeff Saut says investors should stick with energy, consumers, and gold. Energy is Saut's favorite sector, and he reiterates the case for EV Energy Partners (EVEP), up 75% YTD yet still boasting a 4.3% dividend yield, plus Linn Energy (LINE) and Resolute Energy (REN).
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  • Stone Fox Capital
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    steep yield curves always forecast good times ahead. This is the major difference from the 2008 crash. The yield curve back then went negative.
    1 Aug 2011, 06:10 PM Reply Like
  • User 487974
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    Better times ahead? Dude, your not good for my nervous system!
    If you are a millionaire/billionaire, yeah I suppose no matter what happens{depression} "better times ahead" might apply to you. The "Forgotten Man" of this progressive / socialist administration will be destroyed!
    Jeff, Please, I ask you as a gentleman, stop spreading this bull crap! People need to get real with each other. Look inward, look to God. This is not going to be easy, there is pain coming. In a few years, maybe then we will have "Better times ahead", not today!
    1 Aug 2011, 06:13 PM Reply Like
  • Poor Texan
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    But is it a genuine yield curve or has the Fed's intrusion in the market given us a false reading?
    1 Aug 2011, 07:29 PM Reply Like
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