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Daily Archives: November 5, 2014
Repeated Central Bank interventions between 2008 and 2014 interrupted the natural mean reversion needed to bring financial asset prices back in line with the economic fundamentals possible now after global consumers blew up on credit. Interruption is not the same … Continue reading
Social and legal intolerance for mobile use while driving needs to reflect the same severity as driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Yes, it’s that serious. Here is a direct video link.
As the usual investment sales crowd keeps assuring everyone that a diverse basket of stocks and commodities is all one needs to ‘decouple’ and profit even as global sales plunge, the word of 2014 is ‘recoupling’. The QE-inspired disconnect between … Continue reading