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Is One Of Richard Russell’s Last And Most Shocking Predictions Now Unfolding?

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Posted by Richard Russell via King World News

on Thursday, 24 November 2016 09:12

KWN-Russell-I-11242015Last year, Richard Russell made one of his last and most shocking predictions ever.  Below is what the Godfather of newsletter writers had to say. (Richard was 91 when he wrote his last article) A must Read in full M/T Ed:

The Calls That Made Him A Legend

Russell gained wide recognition via a series of over 30 Dow Theory and technical articles that he wrote for Barron’s during the late 1950s through the 1990s. Through Barron’s and via word of mouth, he gained a wide following. Russell was the first (in 1960) to recommend gold stocks. He called the top of the 1949-’66 bull market. And almost to the day he called the bottom of the great 1972-’74 bear market, and the beginning of the great bull market which started in December 1974.

Frightened, People Wouldn’t Pay $10,000 For A Building In New York City

I remember well during 1932, that real estate parcels in New York City were often for sale for $10,000 cash. Yet they didn’t sell because people were afraid to put down $10,000 cash on a New York City building. Anybody who had cash refused to part with it regardless of the huge possible return on their money. If you had cash, you thanked God that you had it and no investment was juicy enough to entice you to put down your money. Thus, New York real estate was selling at giveaway prices and it stayed that way until the Great Depression ended..

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Dow closes above 19,000 as stocks log second straight record session

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Posted by MarketWatch

on Tuesday, 22 November 2016 17:35

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Major U.S. stock indexes closed at record highs for a second straight session Tuesday, with the Dow industrials and the S&P 500 also clearing noteworthy psychological barriers.

U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday as the Dow industrials and S&P 500 cleared psychological milestones but major indexes simultaneously reached record highs for a second straight day.

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A Dangerous Dark Storm Brewing


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Marc Faber Prefers Investing In India Rather Than The US

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Posted by Marc Faber - Gloom Boom & Doom Report

on Friday, 18 November 2016 03:57

Marc Faber, Author, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report is most interested in investing for 5 to 10 years states that he prefers investing in India rather than investing in the US. He would also invest in other emerging economies and Europe as well as he thinks the US is an "over-valued over-promoted market". Marc take on Indiia's clampdown on "Black Money"

....related: Stock Market is destined to soar higher: Masses are not bullish, and $50 trillion is sitting on the sidelines

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Stock Market is destined to soar higher: Masses are not bullish, and $50 trillion is sitting on the sidelines

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Posted by Sol Palha - Tactical Investor

on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 08:15

Men are afraid to rock the boat in which they hope to drift safely through life's currents, when, actually, the boat is stuck on a sandbar. They would be better off to rock the boatand try to shake it loose, or, better still, jump in the water and swim for the shore. - Thomas Szasz

massIf we look at earnings and the underlying fundamentals, then it is easy to state that the stock market should have crashed a long time ago. Earnings are tepid and in many cases were it not for aggressive share buyback programs the outlook would look even more terrible. Regarding the economy, it is the strong stock market that helps support the illusion that the economy is doing well. Unofficially the unemployment rate is north of 20%. Why the huge discrepancy;  the BLS (Bureau of Labour statistics) does not count individuals who have given up looking for a job even though they are unemployed. This paints a false picture of what is going on; many people are demoralised after trying in vain to land a new job that they have just given up.  However, despite all these negative factors we have stated over and over again that this market is destined to trend higher. We provided many reasons for this in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The two most important of these are:

Hot money is supporting the market, and the Fed will not stop supporting this marketbecause it is the only factor that promotes the illusion of a healthy economy

This is still one of the most hated bull markets of all time- the crowd has not embraced this market, and no bull market has ever ended on a sour note  

There is a massive amount of cash sitting on the sidelines; $50 trillion to be precise and this clearly cements the view that the crowd is far from euphoric. Until the masses are jumping in Joy, it is highly unlikely that the stock market will experience a crash. 



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You Are the Enemy

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Posted by Tyler Bollhorn - StockScores Newsletter

on Tuesday, 15 November 2016 06:47

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Trader Training - The Enemy is You
Emotion is the enemy of every trader.

Our emotional attachment to money is what causes us to lose our discipline, to take big losses, to not let our strong and profitable trades run higher. It causes us to own too many stocks in one sector or fall in love with a stock that will only hurt us. Letting emotion in to our trading decisions is a fast way to insomnia.



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