Monday April 11, 2016


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2 Comments on "Monday April 11, 2016"

  1. Hi Storm, Looks like we are setting up for a bullish year. China is turning a corner and markets really enjoying it. I don’t think we will see the February lows for at least another few years. Its onwards and upwards from here with occasional pull-backs as per normal. I’ve seen so many crash predictions that have all turned out to be a load of rubbish so I’m hoping your site is a breath of fresh air. While I agree markets are quite overvalued based on historical measures the new norm is pretty much perpetual ZIRP so valuations going forward will likely to be much higher than the past. I have also wrongly based predictions on historical measures in the past and I have learnt my lessons!

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    1. No one can prevent a recession, nerveless a recession after a meager recovery after a bad recession. Its here. Check the economic data!

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