Market Analysis

We’ve all been hearing conflicting analysis as to whether the market will “certainly” be going up or down in the near future, but the reality is that the market is caught in a “year to date” tug-of-war between buyers and sellers which… Read More

This week, we take our euro “mythbusting” to a new level. After all, the euro just hit a new level…   As we noted last month, one of the big myths in the marketplace is that despite the huge government debt problems plaguing Europe right now, its multi-nation… Read More

In 1999, James Glassman and Kevin Hassett grabbed headlines with their book Dow 36,000: The New Strategy for Profiting From the Coming Rise in the Stock Market. Their timing was impeccably bad. The Dow Jones Industrial Average peaked later that year at… Read More

The pre Fourth of July holiday week saw stocks rally off key support. The five session gains in excess of 5% for the major stock indexes marked the biggest weekly advance in two years. The bottoming potential at March lows reversed stocks with conviction. Read More

If you’ve been following the US Dollar Index over the last few weeks, you’ve probably noticed a... Read More

If you’ve been following the US Dollar Index over the last few weeks, you’ve probably noticed a clean triangle-style consolidation phase setting up. Let’s take a look at the recent... Read More

Most “experts” on financial television are saying gold’s recent action is weak. We say, sure, gold is off its high, but that’s just how bull markets work…   As you can see from today’s chart, gold spent the end of 2010 trading in a range between $1,325 and… Read More