US Markets: Peak Week?

While the early futures today point to a modest 60-points up around the opening, there’s a very interesting question we have about Global Money Flows. Our logical thinking goes something like this: We notice on the commodity side that things not pegged to the...

Prepping: Winter Ham Radio Antenna Plans

In just a few short months, winter will be upon us.  With it, ham radio comes into its own.  Nightime propagation in winter can be spectacular on the lower ham bands; 40, 75/80, and 160-meters.  These correspond to the 7-7.3 Mhz, 3.5-4 MHz, and 1.8-2 MHz bands. During...

The Currency Elevator

We share a simple tool this morning to understand who’s making the money as the US dollar has gained – lowering the price of gold and pressuring oil. That and more, so bean up – it’s that time again… More for Subscribers       |||...

Coping: How to Improve on Laziness

Laziness is something we all drop into now and then.  But, unlike many American pastimes, we don’t really focus enough on it.  It can be perfected. Today, a few points that may improve your “Lazing Skills.” Laziness ISN’T Lazy In fact, laziness...

Miserable Market, the Terrible Tango

One of the most under-rated aspects of market analysis is, in my view, time,  symbol “t” and pronounced “tango.”  Yes, as in whiskey, tango, foxtrot… Whether you agree that we’re in a replay of the 1920-1921 short-term market ;lows ...

Peoplenomics Note: A Rare Public Post

We step out of our “ordinary” way of doing things around here to share a follow-up with our Peoplenomics.com subscribers because of how the ChartPack looked Wednesday.  (Besides, this will give non-subscribers a sneak-peek at what goes on in the loge...

The Global Calamity Ahead

While we were very positive about the market this week, and perhaps even into next, there are some Big Uglies that we don’t talk very often about. They’re the assumptions about the planet’s future that over the longer-term will define how many humans...

Prepping: Your “Speech Weapon” (Part 2)

Last Wednesday, we had some pretty good response to our article on how to banish  Ebonics when desired.  It also goes without saying that there may be situations where having strongly Ebonic speech is a good thing.  Depends on time and circumstances. Today, I wanted...

Mueller and the “McCarthyism” Echo

One of the joys of studying long-wave economics for as long as I have is you develop a deep appreciation for the cyclical nature of socioeconomic events. People tend to gloss-over the social changes that swept across America going into the Crash of 1929. On the sexual...

Week of Screaming Rally?

Forget Las Vegas, Atlantic City, or even the Native American casinos that we’re fond of.  There’s a more interesting set of odds evolving accessi8ble from any secure online device and a trading account… Right up front:  This is NOT INVESTMENT...