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Week in Review

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Nikkei Ugly

Seems like yesterday that everyone wanted to emulate the Japanese. The Nikkei stock index is down 78 percent a little more than 22 years after its peak at the end of 989.   Imagine the U.S. equivalent –  the S&P500 at … Continue reading

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Week in Review

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Week in Review

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Is the U.S. Becoming Japan?

As Treasury bond yields tumble to record lows we’re hearing lots of talk the U.S. is following the economic trajectory of Japan.  Not so fast!   Take a look at the following chart. After 990 days trading days from peaking, … Continue reading

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NIKKEI One Day 10% Declines

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