The one clear thread that ran through the near entirety of your many questions that I answered in my last issue was not surprisingly this: What does one do next to preserve and make money? Stocks? Growth or value? Small... Read more »
All of us at Critical Signals Report, and I in particular, am grateful for the exceptional commentary, feedback, and questions we’ve received from our recent reports. I was even touched to see some words in French as well (Merci!). Ideally,... Read more »
I have been blunt about my overall concern that current political and financial ploys will drive our drunken markets off the cliff. I have shared the evidence for how it’s happening not just in the U.S., but also in global... Read more »
The Fed pivoted in March and all but assured a low-rate horizon “pause” for 2019 (at least for now). Here at Critical Signals Report, we are tracking potential, and even bullish, tailwinds given this infamous “pause”-aka Fed “stimulus.” For now,... Read more »
Some encounters are bittersweet, and I recently had one.
Sitting across from an old love who has yet to forgive me for a myriad of offenses, I was subtly reminded among other things of my "terrible advice" over three years ago to stay out of the markets.
In other words, she was basically trying to tell me: "I missed the Trump rally because of you."
Then she went on to describe her current life in high-end real estate sales.
The ironies do abound.
And as I sat there nodding, apologizing, and wanting either to cry or smile, I couldn't help thinking of the Italian poet, Montale, who once wrote: "there is nothing more bittersweet than an author reviewed by one who has never read past the title page."