Category Archives: Investing

Weekend Reading: Deja Vu

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 17, 2017

As discussed yesterday, the exuberance in the markets, as witnessed by the net positioning of large speculators, has reached records on both ends of the spectrum. Those extremes, combined with spiking…

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Fed Up – A Look Behind the Curtain

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 15, 2017

Danielle DiMartino Booth, a former Dallas Federal Reserve official, released a new book this week entitled Fed Up. The book, a first-person account of the inner-workings of the Federal Reserve…

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Technically Speaking: Riddle Me This

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 14, 2017

In this past weekend’s newsletter, I discussed my remembrances of the Riddler in the original Batman series and how he would pose riddles to the dynamic duo as they faced…

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Deep Thoughts From Howard Marks

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 13, 2017

One of my favorite investing legends is Oaktree Management’s, Howard Marks. His investing wisdom have been a major source of education over the years and his deep knowledge and understanding…

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Bulls Remain In Charge 02-10-17

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 11, 2017

Get Daily Updates: Twitter, Facebook, Linked-In, Sound Cloud MISS THE LATEST WEBINAR? See All Our Previous Web/Seminars Here ATTENTION: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The 2017 Economic & Investment Summit  April 1st, 2017…

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Weekend Reading: Fed Up

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 10, 2017

As discussed yesterday, the markets have been quiet. Too quiet. That makes me worry as generally when volatility resurfaces it has not been kind to investors in the short-term. But…

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The Lowest Common Denominator

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 8, 2017

The Lowest Common Denominator: Debt At a recent investment conference, hedge fund billionaire Stanley Druckenmiller predicted that interest rates would continue rising. Specifically, he suggested that, consistent with the prospects…

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50% Correction Is Impossible! Really?

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 6, 2017

There is little doubt currently that complacency reigns in the financial markets. Nowhere is that complacency more evident than in the Market Greed/Fear Index which combines the 4-measures of investor sentiment…

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Market Trends, Reversions & Analysis 02-03-17

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 4, 2017

Get Daily Updates: Twitter, Facebook, Linked-In, Sound Cloud MISS THE LATEST WEBINAR? See All Our Previous Web/Seminars Here ATTENTION: REGISTRATION WILL OPEN SOON The 2017 Economic & Investment Summit  April…

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Weekend Reading: And…It’s Only Week Two

Written by Lance Roberts | Feb, 3, 2017

As we conclude week two of the new Presidential cycle, it certainly has not been dull. The markets have started struggling with an Administration which is hanging up on heads of…

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Great Expectations

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Feb, 1, 2017

  “Never ever lose sight of long term relationships” – Paul Krake – View from the Peak Throughout 2016 we highlighted that various measures of equity valuations are at historically high…

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Technically Speaking: Buy The Dip?

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan, 31, 2017

In this past weekend’s newsletter, I reviewed every S&P sector and several major markets to analyze the risk/reward opportunities that currently exist. In a nutshell, there really weren’t many. To…

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The Fatal Flaws In Your Financial Plan

Written by Lance Roberts | Jan, 30, 2017

Congratulations! If you are reading this article it is probably because you have money invested somewhere in the financial markets. That’s the good news. The bad news is the majority…

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