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Global Central Bank Money Printing to Cause Long-Term Damage
The Pollyanna Stock Market Is Back, But So Are Bonds
The Pollyanna stock market is back. After a quick decline, the USequity markets reversed their downtrend and are nearing highs onceagain.
Investors are still fleeing high-beta stocks for less-volatile sectors,indicating that despite a continuing rise in the market, investors areworried about taking too much risk in their portfolios.
Meanwhile, risk-adverse investors continue to pour money into USTreasuries as the risk of a slowing economy leading to further Fedaction becomes a real possibility.
On April 12th I wrote a blog post titled Precious Metals Melt-Down, and How To Manage It. I talked about how gold, silver and gold mining stocks have been flying under the media radar for over a year and that they were not catching the attention of traders, investors and the public anymore. I also said it would take some sharp price action (breakdown or rally) for it to be front and center again on TV, Radio and Newspapers.
Cardium Therapeutics, Inc. (CXM) Looks to Future with Three-Stage Growth Plan
U.S. Pension Crisis a Huge Obstacle for the Economy
Best Yields With Ex-Dividend Day Between April 29 – May 03, 2013
FluoroPharma Medical, Inc. (FPMI) is “One to Watch”
Accounting Usually Creates a Decent Earnings Season—But Not This Year
More Signs of Economic Weakness: Where to Place Your Money
With the stock market at all-time highs, the momentum has been built on the belief that an economic recovery is close at hand and the world will avoid a global recession. However, new data show that perhaps this belief might be too optimistic.