Monthly Archives: June 2011

Weekly Comments: Interventionism Runs Rampant

By Kevin M. Wilson In spite of the fact that a bull rally has now gone on for two years, many investors are still a bit jumpy when a correction like the present one occurs.  I have no trouble at … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This will be updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In … Continue reading

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The Greek Financial Crisis: Bailouts Really A Ponzi Scheme?

By Kevin M. Wilson Mario Blejer, a former Argentine central banker and researcher at the Bank of England recently published a provocative piece in the Financial Times that caught my eye.  He made the case that various European efforts to … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: Clues Helpful to Asset Allocation

By Kevin M. Wilson This will updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In late … Continue reading

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Markets Oversold, Yet Warning Signs About Markets and Economy Persist

By Kevin M. Wilson The market, as represented by the S & P 500 Index, is now down 7.23% through Friday the 10th, as the correction continues.  The Dow Industrials have dropped 7.18%, the NASDAQ Composite Index has dropped 8.45%, … Continue reading

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Checklist on Market Conditions: 6/13/11

By Kevin M. Wilson This will updated weekly.  We have long accepted the basic logic that fund manager John Hussman (www.hussmanfunds.com) uses in evaluation of current market conditions.  His approach is an empirical one using historical market data.  In late … Continue reading

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Market Sell-Off Continues; Opportunities Coming Soon

The market, as represented by the S & P 500 Index, is now down 6.2% as the correction continues.  The Dow Industrials have also dropped 5.8%, the NASDAQ Composite Index has dropped 6.0%, and the Russell 2000 Index has dropped … Continue reading

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