Markets Pause for Data, Woo-Woo Research

Whew!  Week is off to a weird start – since most of this morning is Adventures in Wo0-Woo. 90-minutes to the opening, the Dow was down over 100 but that’s totally understandable.  No one really knows what the f**k is going on, anymore.  Americans’ optimism about country’s direction over next year drops nearly 20 points since May: POLL – ABC. Hong Kong cratered more than 4% overnight, but Japan was up almost one percent,  Maybe …

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Woo-Woo on Rails, Doldrums

Score another one for woo-woo.  Not only that, but we see Joe Bidenista’s going after the nation’s rail freight system in what sure has the look of pseudo-nationalizing to us. So open those borders, scream against equality with “specialness” and keep your head down.  The printing presses are rolling and the Air Bridge over Depression is hanging in the morning sky. Along with some low-lying headlines and the ChartPack chronicling our One-Upping of 1929… More …

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UFO Report: Spectral Data Matters

We’ll get to this morning’s dollop of daily data droppings in a second. But first thing up is an important reader “heads-up” on how to read the pending UFO report. Consider yourself having dropped into Ure’s Old Man Lab in the woods for a “quickie briefing” on trans-dimensional Physics.  Which is what the report is all about, whether anyone wants to use the term yet, or not… How Spectral Data Matters To understand precisely what to look for when …

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It’s Nov. 12, 1930, CFNAI Out, Space-Time Woo-Woo?

We do some mighty strange stuff around here.  One of which – and we’ve been updating at least weekly since the Internet bubble suffered a blow-out in 2001-2003 – is comparing the present day to the last major collapse.  In our work, we’re going into this week (equivalent to Nov. 12, 1930)  from here: As you can see, the market MAY have already put in its peak.  But the Fed is still printing money.   Can they keep …

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“Packing to Die” (Ch.1 Subscriber Preview)

The Suitcase Between Your Ears.  This is not a “warm and fuzzy” book.  BUT it will force you to come to terms.  Not only with Death – we all go there, eventually.  We’ll focus on the opportunities that surround us in Life. As the “method” school of acting wonders, then “What’s my motivation?”  Dandy question and we will take a stab at it. In the book, I hope you’ll discover for yourself something that changed …

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Frightening Chart – Mutilation Woo-Woo – ExPat Report

Not our objective to get into the “Doom Porn” business.  Rather, we suffer the illusion of remaining rational while the world of zombies comes along… Frightening Chart Having “invented” our Aggregate view of markets in the rubble of the 2000-2003 Internet Bubble blow-down, and enjoyed some profits using it in the 2009 Housing Bubble bottom, we see another series of warnings for the period ahead now. While there is little likelihood of the market dropping precisely …

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Trade Wreck, Divorce Bill, and Woo-Woo School

We have gone from a low-interest Monday to a “Things get interesting Tuesday” with events over the past 24.  Let’s begin the morning roll with: Trade Wreck People – mainly being sheep – are “conditioned” to thinking charts that go UP are telling us good news.  But when comes to the Trade deficit, no, they are not. From the body of this morning’s release? Exports, Imports, and Balance  March exports were $200.0 billion, $12.4 billion …

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ShopTalk: A UFO “Conspiracy” Becomes Real…

Woo-Woo or Ultra-Science?  That’s the Question. It has been popular in American politics of late to diss all manner of disagreeable and still “information-controlled” alleged facts as “Conspiracies.” To this, the Denying Party then proclaims that ALL Conspiracies are Wrong. This morning, we show otherwise. UFO MATERIAL:  Recovered and Tested Although nothing new to our Peoplenomics readers, the odds have now moved into perhaps  the upper 90th percentile that a) the UFO Crash near Roswell, N.M. in …

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Falling Market, Rising Money, Side of Woo-Woo

This isn’t a column – more like a book today.  So tomorrow, Charts only on the Subscriber side (Peoplenomics).  There’s much that needs to be said.  Everyone needs to hear. Employment Costs and Personal Income are the “hot stories” to begin with, so let’s dispense them, first:  1) Government workers are doing better than you: “Compensation costs for state and local government workers increased 2.3 percent for the 12-month period ending in December 2020, compared …

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CPI, Vax Risks, and Incredible Woo-Woo

Your World Just Got Stranger We have a novel theory – and there’s more on the  Peoplenomics site in Wednesday’s report – that A.I. is affecting (mediating) a  détente between excess-production Capitalism and lazier (but more resource-friendly) under-producing Socialism-Communism. As part of this, we see – as Watchers/Victims, not Participants – massive contradictions in “news” events like the last Election. For example, few attended Joe Biden rallies, yet he won by a (reported/sold as) massive …

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