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02-FEBRUARY 02-2024

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Safety Deposit Boxes SEIZED – Feds Expand Their Power
Cases like this are exactly why the Fourth Amendment was adopted in the first place, wrote federal Judge Milan D. Smith Jr.… [Read More]

 

 

 

February 02, 2023

Recycling ResolutionsGood morning.
No matter what the financial asset, there are two words that can explain what happens when the price of something gets out of whack: Mean reversion.  Simply put, that means that an asset that typically moves moderately will come back to that long-term trend if it’s had a bit outperformance.
To some extent, that’s described the stock market over the past few years. 2020 and 2021 saw a surge in stocks that brought above-average returns.  The start of the monetary tightening cycle that started in 2022 led to a major below-average year.  That’s the trend now, and with interest rates continuing to rise, mean reversion suggests that we haven’t seen the lows of the market quite yet.  Trade accordingly.

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Is JPMorgan Chase The Riskiest Mega Bank?
According to a Yale School of Management study, in 2013 JPMorgan Chase had 1,339 hedge fund clients.  As of July of last year, that number had soared to 4,281 according to the annual Convergence Inc. study… [Read Here]

The Worst Way To Fight Inflation
Despite favourable indices, it is too soon to tell whether inflation has been tamed.  Nonetheless, two clear lessons have emerged from the recent price surge.  First, economists’ standard models – especially the dominant one that assumes the economy… [Read Here]

February 02, 2022

Stock Market '22Good morning.
The push for green sources of energy has led to a number of changes.  That can include featuring more solar and wind power on the traditional power grid, as well as increased development into electric cars.
But the biggest winner?  Possibly the big oil companies themselves.  It’s become apparent that shifting the economy towards more green energy, and even hitting net zero carbon, will take decades, not years.  And demand for energy, preferably as cheap as possible, continues to push customers back into fossil fuels like oil.
That may be why it’s no surprise that traditional energy companies have been performing well, and are likely to continue to do so for the foreseeable future.  That’s especially true as these companies are now reporting their biggest profits in years, and as oil prices keep trending towards $90 per barrel.

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Inflation Triggers “Grapes Of Wrath” Migration
In Jan., the median asking rent for one-bedroom apartments increased by 10% or more in 56 of the 100 largest cities in the U.S., compared to last year.  In 34 of the 100 largest cities, one-bedroom rents spiked by 15% or more.  In 20 cities, rents spiked by… [Read Here]

New Poll Reveals What Americans Expect In The Months Ahead
More Americans expect several key U.S. economic trends to continue in the direction they have generally gone over the past several months rather than to reverse course.  This includes rising inflation, stocks and declining unemployment… [Read Here]

February 02, 2021

What IfGood morning.
Over the weekend, a surge of buyers looking for their next profits turned their eyes on silver.  With the stock market closed, instead of buying mining companies or futures contracts, they turned to the physical market.  Many online sellers of physical bullion either sold out or started to restrict sales without an open market to best determine the spot price when demand was on the rise.
The move is a partial release valve for the standoff between GameStop shorts and longs (shares dropped heavily yesterday, but on incredibly light volume, indicating most shareholders are holding).  While many long-side owners are happy to hold their shares to spite the short-sellers, some have noted that the silver market is just as – if not more—manipulated than GameStop.  Of course, some funds short the retailer are also long the metal, so a surge in silver may just provide a partial bailout.  At some point, taking a profit will be more important than holding a trade.

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The U.S. Dollar Could Be Nearing Its “End Game”  
After sliding 25% since 2002, the U.S. dollar index could report its lowest value in at least 35 years, according to one forecast.  And several signs point to exactly that.  Here’s how to preserve your savings from the dollar’s “end game”… [Read Here]

Gold $1,815.91 (-1.8%)
Silver $27.03 (0.2%)
Platinum $1,133.50 (+4.7%)
Palladium $2,382.75 (+5.3%)

February 02, 2020

Today is DarrenDaily Recap Sunday.  A collection of the weeks videos from Darren Hardy.  Enjoy!

…and two great pictures of Newfoundland … A place I soon what to be living!

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February 02, 2019

Saturday — and all I want to do is have fun!

…says it all.  😉

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