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Global Risk Off: Nikkei Plunges 700 Points From Intraday Highs, Whisper Away From 20% Bear Market Correction

That deep red premarket color on your terminal means it must be a non-Tuesday. Just kidding. Anyone expecting Abe to announce definitive, material growth reform instead of vague promises to slay a “deflation monster” last night was sorely disappointed. The … Continue reading

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New Record European Unemployment, 101 USDJPY “Tractor Beam” Breach Bring Early Selling

Everything was going so well in the overnight session, following some mixed Japanese data (stronger than expected production, inline inflation, weaker household spending) which kept the USDJPY 101 tractor beam engaged, and the market stable, until just before 2 am … Continue reading

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Nikkei Plunges Another 5% But “Unsourced” Stick Save Arrives Just In Time

One look at the 5%+ plunge in the Nikkei overnight and one would be allowed to wonder if this was it for Abenomics: with a 15% drop from recent highs, and the TOPIX Real Estate index down by more than … Continue reading

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Japan’s Nikkei drops another 5%

There are many correlations between the Japanese and American economies: 1. Both import a majority of their petroleum requirements. 2. Both economies are based in capitalism. 3. Both nations have over a 100% Debt to GDP ratio. 4. Both have … Continue reading

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Where Should We Focus Our Attention?

The administration and media┬ádirect our attention (and efforts) to minimize our efforts to maintain Liberty and the rule of law. A good example is the IRS scandal which is diverting attention from Benghazi. Regardless of this misdirection, we should at … Continue reading

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