Ah, The Jobs Report

First thing I did this morning when I got up was run to the big screen in the living room and fire up FinViz to see how the futures were doing. As subscribers know, I’ve got my butt way, way, WAY long the market because by my calcumlations (sic) the Dow should begin to go screaming higher. Well, lo and behold, brothers & sisters, my prophesy seems to be working out a bit today.  (I find prophesy is much easier when it’s based on hundreds of VLOOKUPS in Excel or … Continue reading

Coping: Mechanic’s Tools for the Mind

Got a fine note from warhammer Thursday morning. He’d asked me whether I knew of IONS – the Institute of Noetic Sciences – and I had to confess – was a member for a good while including while Dean Radin was there. Radin, for those not keeping up with the class, was the author of: Entangled Minds (on how quantum entanglement works with people’s brains) Supernormal (Science, Yoga, and the evidence for extraordinary psychic abilities) And of course, The Noetic Universe. Ol’ warhammer suggested I might get a kick out … Continue reading

Another Jobs Report, Top Calling

I suppose, in keeping with our main purpose in Life, namely injecting some economic sanity into the global consciousness, we should start with the Challenger Job Cut report: 36,957 Job Cuts in February The shortest month of the year saw a decline in layoff announcements, as US-employers announced plans to cut 36,957 jobs in February, 19 percent fewer than the 45,934 cuts announced in January, according to the latest report from global outplacement and executive coaching firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc. Last month’s total was 40 percent lower than … Continue reading

Coping: Millennial’s Book 10: [keyword: Purpose]

simple title art) Reader Note: If you are just catching on, each Thursday we’re are doing a chapter each week of a book I’m writing for Millennials – teaching the insights that will (hopefully!) allow them to live long and prosper – and be around to clean up after us Old People who made a mess of getting civilization this far. There are three sections to each chapter. Something you can read to children, a general reader part, and the advanced/business section. We pick up with morning like so… We … Continue reading

As I said in “Broken Web…”

We are in one hell of a pickle as a Nation. Deep State/ShadowGov is at war.   Wikileaks has revealed that the government is using the internet and smart phones and smart TVs as video watching and audio listening posts.  With all this, Donald Trump’s allegations of surveillance are gathering creds.  And looks like the gov’t is keeping computing unsecure. We run through the news and the charts of what appears to be ahead, but if you’re a subscriber don’t dare miss today’s “Last Word:” section “A Message to Someone…“ Ure … Continue reading

As Predicted Last Week, Market to Open Down Tuesday

Our Peoplenomics.com subscribers have to be delirious about the accuracy of our work.  Did I, or did I not tell ya’ll last week that the market should put in a short-term low today? Earlier, it was looking like the Dow would open down 20, but I reckon it will drop even more later on.  Then (as least statistically) we have a 12:5 chance of a rally into the Fed announcement on the 15th. Yeah, I know if you don’t invest, you’d like me to stick to gross end of the … Continue reading

Coping:: With the NY Times

Is the NY Times turning over a new leaf? I was surprised this morning to see the headline “G.O.P. Health Plan would sub Mandate for Incentives” in the left column.  What’s this?  No slam in the headline?  What’s going on here? In the middle column, even more surprising:  Some much so I dropped my ViseGrips.   “Rumblings of a ‘Deep State’ Undermining Trump? It Was Once a Foreign Concept.” Oh, sure, there was the usual hand-wringing about how “immigrants” (really illegal aliens under 18 U.S. Code) have been streaming through an … Continue reading

Market to Rally later This Week

I moved most of the “hard news” (BS political crap) to the Coping section this morning since a keen insight into America’s death-dance deserved further elucidation. There really isn’t much to elucidate about. Trump still Tweets too much.  Go read ‘em here. One a day (reviewed by staff in advance?) would be fine. Dances With Interest Rates Here we go again with that terrible stuff called data: I would put the odd of a Fed rate hike at about 90% a week from Wednesday. This looks like the April ‘28 … Continue reading