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China will be the next big surprise!

China was all the rage for a short while, but despite chugging along at a premium growth rate to the rest of the world, investors have pretty much focussed on other markets – the U.S. of course but Japan as well of … Continue reading

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Stocks moving up as others lose favour, Portugal and another Japan earthquake?

I’ve mentioned Ford Equity Research in prior commentaries, as one of many services and tools that allow one to compare what one thinks is going on (biased by news, TV and emotions) to what actually is going on.  Years of … Continue reading

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Can it get any worse? Does it matter for stocks and bonds?

I neglected to include a chart in my last post I wanted to highlight.  As mentioned before (read last posting by scrolling down) Japan added some downside leverage to a correction that was due anyway (discussed in my rants of … Continue reading

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