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Young Love Is Normal, But Is The Market?

Young Love Is Normal, But Is The Market?

If this keeps up, the world will explode. The market is acting normal again, which means we have another day without extreme volatility. I have asked this before recently, but it bears asking again – Is the market finally paying attention to the fundamentals? Who knows, but I like the idea of it. So, I have a salient question today, and since I have been the optimist, I will give you my...

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We Will See Mr. Gross

We Will See Mr. Gross

Not a bad day for the market, considering the nasty days that preceded it this and last week. All the major indices up strongly, the VIX down a bit, and oil, well, flat, right around $48 for WTI crude. The latter is important in that in the many analysts ascribed the aforementioned nasty days to the falling price of oil. If true, then the market adapted today. My thinking, however, is...

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DAX Still Looks Technically Weak

DAX Still Looks Technically Weak

Well, I had been looking for strength in stocks in the opening days of 2015, and then a familiar culprit reared its ugly head – Greece. The question now is what's likely to come next. Will Greece exit the Eurozone? This is one of those times in which the U.S. market is taking cues from the Eurozone. As things stand, I don't see any sign that the worst is over. Take a look at Germany's DAX...

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