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The Win-Win Case for a Bull Market in Gold

For years I have always thought of the gold price as a discounting mechanism for inflation. In recent months though, the price has rallied sharply under what appears to be a very deflationary background. It could be that gold is looking through all of this and predicting an inflationary outcome. Nevertheless, I keep asking myself the question of whether it is possible for the price of the yellow metal to... READ MORE 4/30/16

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What Is The Canary In The Financial Coal Mine Saying?

Credit spreads, which measure the relationship between bonds of different credit ratings, are arguably one of the most overlooked tools in financial market analysis. That is a shame because reversals in the momentum of credit spreads offer reliable signals of changes in the fortunes of bonds, stocks and commodities. Current evidence suggests some of these relationships have reached a critical juncture point... READ MORE

What Happened to the Bear Market in Equities?

History shows that US equity prices have consistently alternated between secular bull and bear trends. These price movements typically average 15-20 years in length and embrace several different business cycles. In April 2003 we published an article posing the question, “Whither the Secular Trend of Equities?” which laid out the case for the year 2000 being... READ MORE

A Turn of the Tide? - Revisited 2015

US equities reached a major inflexion point in the year 2000. It was historic because it represented both a secular and primary reversal. A primary trend revolves around the business cycle and typically lasts 2-3 years, whereas a secular one lasts much longer and embraces several cycles. Our objective here is to revisit an article published earlier this year where we pointed out some ominous signs for US equities... READ MORE

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