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Posted on 2 May 2014 | 6,800 views
Stocks Will Collapse by 50% in 2014

The best single measure of where valuations stand at any given moment is the ratio of the total market capitalization to the total dollar value of the GDP. And any time that valuation stands at more than 100% of the total goods and services in the economy means it is time to be wary about common stocks.

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Posted on 24 Dec 2011 | 11,390 views
Stock Market Will Crash 35% in 2012

The flow of market forecasting is at its peak as we close out 2011 and look at the year ahead. Generally speaking, most outlooks fall safely within the bounds of existing consensus or conventional wisdom.

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Posted on 12 Jun 2011 | 12,526 views
Is the Stock Market Signaling a Crash and Double Dip Recession or Great Depression?

Recent economic data indicates the United States economy is heading into a “Double Dip Recession” and if we are to have a double dip, we had better hope the second down-leg is a deep one, the 2008-09 recession was nothing like as deep as that of 1929-33 but current misguided policies have actually made things worse.

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Posted on 4 Jun 2011 | 4,172 views
Has a 2011 Top Just Formed in the U.S. Stock Markets?

There is no sure thing when timing the stock market but when price action and other “Technical Analysis” stock indicators confirm fundamental economic issues, it’s a good bet to go with the flow. Right now, the flow is down — the level of debt the government has taken on to aid an economic recovery is at the extreme and has become extravagant because of the financial crisis. U.S debt stood at 92% of GDP at year-end 2010, on par with beleaguered Portugal’s level of public debt.