Saturday , 17 February 2018


Stock Indices

Perhaps the ‘Dow Jones’ Should Now Be Called the ‘Goldman Sachs’ Industrial Average – Here’s Why

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US stocks have had quite a rally in the last month, but in the large-cap space, the clear leader has been the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). While much of the strength in the DJIA has been chalked up to the index being full of old-line industrial stocks that stand to benefit from a Trump victory, practically all of the outperformance can be summed up in two words - Goldman Sachs

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These 3 Charts Should Scare the Bejesus Out Of You!

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With October in the books, our job is to figure out whether the month’s bearish action is the final shakeout before a year-end rally or the beginning of a bigger drawdown. Here are three charts that are scaring the bejesus out of investors as we enter November:

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The Stock Market Is Too Big To Fail – Here’s Why

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The First Rebuttal website has coined a term that gets to the heart of an increasingly dysfunctional system: the too-big-to-fail stock market. Markets no longer serve their intended purpose of efficiently allocating capital. Since capitalist wealth creation depends on that function, today’s world can no longer be called “free” or “market-based” in any meaningful sense.

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Stocks Are In a Bubble By Virtually Every Reasonable Metric

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While CNBC and other perma-bulls claim that the stock market is a great investment today, the smart money is already prepping for a disaster. Goldman Sachs has told its clients to “sell at the new high.” Credit Suisse just told its clients stocks “haven’t looked this worrisome since the tech bubble.” They’re correct. Stocks are in a bubble by virtually every reasonable metric.

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