Archives for July 2015

Reasons To Remain Open To Bullish Outcomes For Stocks

When investor sentiment reaches extreme levels, it can be a contrary indicator for the stock market. For example, the highest bullish reading in the history of the American Association Of Individual Investors (AAII) Sentiment Survey was 75% bulls … [Read more...]

More “Funny” Data from the Government

We've been saying for quite some time that we have serious doubts about the numbers coming out of government agencies like the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).  The BLS generates both the generally accepted Inflation Rate and the Unemployment and … [Read more...]

Greece Should “Shoot the Dog and Sell the Farm”

By John Mauldin “If this were a marriage, the lawyers would be circling.” The Economist, My Big Fat Greek Divorce, 6/20/2015 Greece is again all the buzz in the media and on the commentary circuit. If you’re like me, you are suffering terminal … [Read more...]