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COTD: Recession Triggers

COTD = Chart of the Day Nice chart from Mark Zandi from Moody’s Analytics.

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Mme. Euro’s Wild Ride

Buying the euro with an 80 cent handle was such a no-brainer at the beginning of the millennium.  Here?  A much tougher call. We do think the euro, in its current form, will not last. We suspect the first step, … Continue reading

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Russell Breaking Out

The Russell 2000, this year’s laggard up 3.28 percent vs. the S&P500’s 12.45 percent,  has triggered a cup with handle breakout (or, depending on your perspective, an inverse head and shoulder).   The next level watch is its all-time high … Continue reading

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Dollar At Key Support

The Dixie (dollar index)  is testing key support at 79 and is now down about 1 percent year to date. (click here if chart is not observable)

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The Golden Bid

Nice breakout in gold on strong volume after the Fed’s announcement they’ll continue to flog savers, possibly into 2014.  Technically it looks good x/the 78.7 RSI overbought condition.   Open interest is way down and you can feel that in the … Continue reading

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Chart of the Month: In your FACEbook

This has to be one of the coolest charts of the year.  From the Economist, PAUL BUTLER, an intern at Facebook, has created a striking map that shows the volume of friendships between particular parts of the world. As he … Continue reading

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