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What If The 1980-Secular Bull Is Still Running?

Via Lance Roberts of RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Valuations & Full Market Cycles In this past weekend’s missive, “Visualizing 10-Reasons For Caution,” I presented a chart heavy analysis of why the current market is likely due for at least a short-term correction. There is little doubt currently “exuberance” is running high following the election of Donald Trump. The […]

Seven Charts To Watch In 2017

As we begin the New Year, Brad Lamensdorf (CEO of Lamensdorf Market Timing Report) notes that historic indicators are showing that market expectations are extremely optimistic. Valuation and sentiment indicators, for instance, are rivaling record highs. From a contrarian perspective, these record-high indicators are warning signals to watch out. We take these warning signs very […]

UBS Warns “One-Sided” Sentiment Is Pure Contrarian Indicator, Upside Limited

In their latest technical analysis report, UBS' Michael Riesner and Marc Muller warn that, it’s been a long time since we had such a relatively clear and one-sided picture on the sentiment side, which we can just describe as tactical contrarian and too complacent. With the vertical post-election rally, the reflation trade with the relevant […]

Rothschild: How He Used To Invest

“It may have been Meyer Rothschild, the German banker and patriarch of the legendary House of Rothschild who, when asked how he got so rich, attributed his success to two things. He said he always bought when there was blood in the streets – panic, chaos – when despondency gripped the markets. (in old man […]