Posts Tagged ‘ S&P 500 ’

Europe Tries To Kick The Can Down The Road But It Will Only Lead To Financial Disaster

Europe Tries To Kick The Can Down The Road But It Will Only Lead To Financial Disaster

Have you heard the good news?  Financial armageddon has been averted.  The economic collapse in Europe has been cancelled.  Everything is going to be okay.  Well, actually none of those statements is true, but news of the "debt deal" in Europe has set off a frenzy of irrational exuberance throughout the financial world anyway. ...
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Nervous Breakdown? 21 Signs That Something Big Is About To Happen In The Financial World

Nervous Breakdown? 21 Signs That Something Big Is About To Happen In The Financial World

Will global financial markets reach a breaking point during the month of October?  Right now there are all kinds of signs that the financial world is about to experience a nervous breakdown.  Massive amounts of investor money is being pulled out of the stock market and mammoth bets are being made against the S&P...
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The Fake Bull Market: A Dollar Mirage

The Fake Bull Market: A Dollar Mirage

José Tomás The SP 500 hit an apocryphal low during the financial crisis of 666 in March of 2009 from which point it has surged to more than double in price in about two years. This bull market is one of the most robust in  US equities history; its only rivals are the end...
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Stock Prices Have Fallen For Six Weeks In A Row

Stock Prices Have Fallen For Six Weeks In A Row

Well, it's official.  U.S. stock prices have fallen for six weeks in a row.  So will next week make it seven?  The last time stocks declined for seven weeks in a row was back in May 2001 when the "dot-com" bubble was bursting.  At this point, the Dow has declined by approximately 5 percent...
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