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  • Week Ahead: Ignore This Warning At Your Own Peril [View article]
    Any one with even a casual understanding of Russian history was fully expecting what happened. It is all defensive posturing by the Russian leadership even though it is pronounced as aggression by the western leaders and media.
    If you read a bit it will all make sense and you will begin to see who the aggressors here really are. Check out George Friedman, ( I may have spelled that wrong), at Stratfor. The west is not in any position to start a shooting war with Russia and Putin knows it. He is gambling that western leaders are smart enough to know it also. Fortunately they have, so far, shown that they are. The media and those who make money from war and weapons are, as expected, "talking their book". In the end I think it will turn out to be a tempest in a teacup with long term negative repercussions for the Russian economy and their immediate neighbors as Putin builds a larger market for fracking and US export gas.
    Mar 10 11:36 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Big Threat That Tesla Investors Shouldn't Ignore [View article]
    Everyone seems to overlook the fact that Fuel Cells also work with Natural Gas. That supply train is running full steam ahead folks.
    Dec 19 08:30 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Weighing The Week Ahead: Time For More Volatility? [View article]
    Thanks Jeff, great stuff as usual.
    May 27 07:45 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • 3D Systems: For Experienced Speculators And Momentum Players Only [View article]
    Just read that 3D announced a 3 for 2 split. Life is so good some days.
    Feb 5 10:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Drive To New Highs [View article]
    Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful!
    I have been contemplating that idea for the last 72 hours or so.
    Jan 26 01:06 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Silver's big move in the past few sessions helped draw more than $600M into the iShares Silver Trust (SLV) over the last week. It's 6% of AUM, the leader among all ETFs for creation activity during this period. [View news story]
    China stopped buying US debt a while back. Japan holds more than China.
    Jan 18 05:36 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Microsoft: The PC Is Not Dead [View article]
    Good article. The content here is intuitively obvious if people but stop and think. Thus I went long MSFT about 90 days ago. I also bought into Nokia to my advantage. While folks were singing the funeral dirge of the PC, my company literally bought a truckload of new Dell PC's for immediate use. They are planning to buy more for our location as I am sure they will buy more for locations all over the country. Tablets are still the option of the folks who choose to use them, but no one wants something that will not integrate into the Microsoft world at the office.
    For sure there are plenty of iphones and androids right now, but softy still rules the workplace as they will for many years to come.
    Thanks for your work here JM.
    Jan 9 06:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 3D Systems: For Experienced Speculators And Momentum Players Only [View article]
    Good article, just wha I have been wanting to see. Still a tough call. I have been on the DDD train since $17.00. I think it has a great future and want to buy more, just not sure ata what price. Two weeks ago I was whining about 44-46 range. Not getting any easier. Thanks for your fine work.
    Jan 8 11:44 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Jeff Gundlach: 3 Ways To Profit From The Coming Financial Catastrophe [View article]
    His timeline and outcomes are in line with Harry Dent's predictions about the next few years. However, Dent says that when the smoke clears the US should be sitting pretty for recovery and prosperity. Dent's forcasts are based on demographics primarily.
    Mr. Gundlach no doubt has a good rational basis for his forcast also. Well done!
    Jan 7 12:15 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Approaching The Fiscal Cliff As A Nash Equilibrium [View article]
    AHHHH the voice of reason and sanity. Good post Mike
    Dec 31 12:08 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Approaching The Fiscal Cliff As A Nash Equilibrium [View article]
    Rule by law seems like a good idea, let's try it! Haven't seen it around here in quite a while. How many folks went to jail for money laundering? How many lost their jobs?
    Dec 30 11:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Approaching The Fiscal Cliff As A Nash Equilibrium [View article]
    LT, you overlook the fact of fraud and falsifying ratings as testified to under oath by the heads of the ratings agencys. Add in the books written by people who worked at mortgage originators outlining the falsification of documents by the in house clerks and loan officers and you wind up with a very different picture than what you paint. I am all for personal responsibility by everyone, but many of those trusted with the most responsibility have been very negligent and not been held accountable. Personal responsibility indeed..........
    Dec 30 11:55 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • October Employment Report Preview [View article]
    Since employment data is a trailing indicator of economic conditions I don't get too excited about weekly or monthly data. When there is significant increase in the numbers we will all be expecting it and it will not be news to folks who care.
    I still pay attention, however, because it has a real effect on sentiment of the market because an incredibly large number of folks forgot, or never knew that it is a trailing indicator of economic activity. Since sentiment is has real impact on here and now it cannot be ignored.
    Just my amateur opinion.
    Nov 4 12:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 5 Ways You Can Excel At Picking Stocks [View article]
    Good article, thanks Alan. I have watched the markets for 25 years before jumping in last fall. It has been a very enlightening experience. Not to mention reasonably profitable so far. I heard the above mentioned CNBC interview when it occured, and I had a hard time taking this guy seriously. My returns are far better than my 401k which is managed by "professionals". Onward thru the Fog!
    Sep 3 10:29 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Weighing The Week Ahead: Time For Some Fireworks? [View article]
    I always look forward to your articles Jeff. Even the comments are more rational than most. Thanks again for a voice of reason.
    Jul 1 07:46 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment