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  • This Is Not A Retest – It’s A Live Bear!

    By the lights of bubblevision, Tuesday’s plunge was just a bull market “retest” of last week’s lows, which posted at 1867 on the S&P 500. As is evident below, the test was passed with 80 points to spare at today’s close. So according to the... Read More >>

    Americans Have Never Been Dumber

    Three years ago, we noted the dumbification of America was accelerating as SAT scores hit record lows. It appears the need for the Derek Zoolander Center For Kids Who Can't Read Good And Wanna Learn To Do Other Stuff Good Too has never been greater as... Read More >>

    Will The Fed Have To Save Emerging Markets With QE4?

    The risk-off tide is rising, and sand castles of QE will only hold the tide back for a brief period of apparent calm. A funny thing happened on the way to permanently expanding global markets: unintended consequences. Borrowing cheap, abundant U.S. dollars... Read More >>

    Is A Global Debt Deleveraging At Our Doorstep?

    The blogosphere is rife with talk of the “death of the US Dollar.” The US Dollar will eventually die, as all fiat currencies do. But the fact remains that everyone on the planet has been borrowing in US Dollars for decades, or leveraging up using... Read More >>

    Saudi Arabia Just Cut Crude Selling Prices To The US, Europe And Asia

    WTI Crude oil prices are in total panic buying mode this morning as the algos are fully in charge once again. WTI is up 5% this morning in a straight line since US equity markets opened (and USO went vertical). What is most ironic is that Saudi Aramco just... Read More >>

    Bob Shiller Fears “Substantial Decline” Sees Dow ‘Fair Value’ Around 11,000

    "This is a dangerous time," warns Nobel laureate Bob Schiller as he warns of the false signal that typical P/E ratios are misleading and in fact his CAPE ratio (looking through the cycle) implies "fair value" for The Dow should trade around 11,000 and around... Read More >>

    When Big Data Becomes Bad Data

    A recent ProPublica analysis of The Princeton Review’s prices for online SAT tutoring shows that customers in areas with a high density of Asian residents are often charged more. When presented with this finding, The Princeton Review called it an... Read More >>

    Why The Dow Jones Industrial Average Is Up Today

    Top News in the Stock Market Today The Stock Market Today: Investors will keep an eye on the weekly jobless claims report, the U.S. Payroll to Population report prepared by Gallup, an update on international trade, and a speech by Minneapolis Federal... Read More >>

    How to Beat This Market’s “Three Cs” of Risk

    The last few weeks of trading have been downright rough… The markets staged a "whistling past the graveyard" rally for a little more than a week after the Aug. 24 crash only to come tumbling down again by 3% on Sept. 1 as nearly every sector was... Read More >>

    How OPEC’s Attempt To Save Face Affects The Oil Market

    Just as I was finishing up my column for Oil & Energy Investor on Monday, information emerged that something was happening with OPEC. I made mention of it in a note appended at the end of that installment, finishing with the observation that it "looks... Read More >>

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