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By EconMatters
We discuss the wonderful shorting opportunities there are in Financial Markets right now in this video. There are a lot of Market Dislocations right now, many stocks are set up for massive repricings over the weaker investment months of the year.
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By EconMatters
We discuss the wonderful shorting opportunities there are in Financial Markets right now in this video. There are a lot of Market Dislocations right now, many stocks are set up for massive repricings over the weaker investment months of the year.
© EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle
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By EconMatters
We discuss in this video why Technical Analysis is completely useless right now at these elevated levels in the Financial Markets. It literally all comes down to one thing, who is the big seller that chickens out first. You can throw all that Technical Analysis Garbage out the window, everything can be reduced to the first big player…

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By EconMatters
We discuss in this video why Technical Analysis is completely useless right now at these elevated levels in the Financial Markets. It literally all comes down to one thing, who is the big seller that chickens out first. You can throw all that Technical Analysis Garbage out the window, everything can be reduced to the first big player…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the Stock Market Bubble is this video and provide some metrics to help the Federal Reserves Members spot the Bubble, since they seem to be having difficulty spotting the Bubble Market. The Fed should call an emergency meeting tomorrow, and hike rates the 50 basis points they were supposed to do last year, but passed on.…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the Stock Market Bubble is this video and provide some metrics to help the Federal Reserves Members spot the Bubble, since they seem to be having difficulty spotting the Bubble Market. The Fed should call an emergency meeting tomorrow, and hike rates the 50 basis points they were supposed to do last year, but passed on.…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fundamentals and technicals of the natural gas market in this video. A very mild winter with a year end run up in natural gas prices has led to quite the position unwind in this commodity. We have more Natural Gas Rigs than a year ago which could bring more future NatGas supply to market. Natural…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fundamentals and technicals of the natural gas market in this video. A very mild winter with a year end run up in natural gas prices has led to quite the position unwind in this commodity. We have more Natural Gas Rigs than a year ago which could bring more future NatGas supply to market. Natural…

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By EconMatters
We discuss giving more wasteful government defense contracts to private corporations, and lower taxes and the damage done to the growing and out of control National Debt in this video. Corporations are already paying a much lower effective tax rate, they need to be paying more taxes in my opinion. Especially given the mergers and acquisitions that the…

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By EconMatters
We discuss giving more wasteful government defense contracts to private corporations, and lower taxes and the damage done to the growing and out of control National Debt in this video. Corporations are already paying a much lower effective tax rate, they need to be paying more taxes in my opinion. Especially given the mergers and acquisitions that the…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fact that the market could get all three of its wishes in tax cuts, an infrastructure spending plan, and deregulation and still go into a recession because the natural course of the business cycle trumps all of these on the margin policy growth drivers. I would put it at around 50% that the US Economy…

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By EconMatters
We discuss the fact that the market could get all three of its wishes in tax cuts, an infrastructure spending plan, and deregulation and still go into a recession because the natural course of the business cycle trumps all of these on the margin policy growth drivers. I would put it at around 50% that the US Economy…

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