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Global Mergers and Acquisitions at a Record Level

Global consolidation of industry and markets reached a record level in Q2 2018. Over $2 trillion has been spent on mergers and acquisitions “to be competitive in the global marketplace.” In the name of free trade we continue to trend … Continue reading

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Accelerated Risk

Stock-price indices are currently volatile because, naturally, there is a reversion to the mean. The reversion is a function of space over time, which is the formula physics uses to calculate acceleration. In the world of financial risk, which affects … Continue reading

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Deriving the Direction

Extreme data points result in extreme numbers in opposition, like the new record for an intraday drop in the DOW, for example. The drop was less than 5% but it did break the 50-day moving average. MACD is operating at … Continue reading

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The Old Faces the New Logic

Financial analysts are mulling over the effect of rising interest rates on record equity indices. Logically, money flows to the highest rate of return with the lowest possible risk. Illogically, however, bond prices have been real high, with money flowing … Continue reading

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Laughing Stocks

It’s laughable! Expert analyses on extreme equity valuations have been focused on everything but the major causal factor. It’s laugh till you cry… till you realize how pathological it is. The extreme valuation is because we are all chasing yield. … Continue reading

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More Extreme Indicators

When things get extreme it indicates a probability. Statisticians observe that extreme data points can indicate a probable trend, and in the case of financials, a decisional path. Weak economic data combined with a convergent yield spread in the bond … Continue reading

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