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Deriving the Method Yield

If what derives from the method is unexpected, there is “the unintended consequence.” The effectiveness of the method derives from measuring the yield. Since changing the method derives a change in the yield (which is a temporal sequence that occupies … Continue reading

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Let it Flow

Conservatives say, just let the free market be, and let the money flow. Tax reform, for example, is not for the purpose of avoiding the tax liability. It is to let the money flow so everybody benefits from the natural, … Continue reading

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Showing Relative Strength

Current momentum of equity prices shows positive relative strength. However, with the volume highs matching the lows, there is an indication that the trend can break down. Since the strength derives from being a store of consolidated value, which keeps … Continue reading

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Run to the Store

The DOW has run 1000 points to a record high three times this year. It is now above 22k. Things must be great, but as many business analysts point out, equity values continue to run higher against slow GDP. The … Continue reading

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Diminution of the Mnuchin

Treasury secretary Mnuchin recently said that Trump’s presidency has added trillions of dollars of value to the stock market. Mnuchin is referring to the “Trump rally,” which is a fraud. This kind of technical babble needs to be diminished. Minions … Continue reading

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Mnuchin Says No to Deconsolidation

Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee today, the treasury secretary told Senator Warren that a 21st Century Glass-Steagall would not break up big banks. In fact, Steve Mnuchin explained, a break up would reduce liquidity in financial markets. Illiquidity in … Continue reading

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Easing the Quantity

When we had the last credit crisis in 08-09, we went right to quantitative easing. QE is a well-established tool for returning us to “normal.” All the while, however, we were being told that it is “the new normal” — … Continue reading

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