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The Institutional Conference

December 2, 2015

Yes the Institutional Conference next Spring will be priced at $10,000 per entity and will include a 2 week trial to that level of service.

Politicians & the Denial of Order

December 2, 2015

COMMENT:   Dear Martin, This conference was an eye-opener for me, in various respects. I am a really hard-nosed evidentialist by education and a well-tought chartist in various theoretical constructs for more than 30 years. But I never came across your … →

The FED v Bias & Prejudice

December 2, 2015

COMMENT: If the Fed is so smart and understands the problem with low/negative interest rates, then why didn’t it hike rates in September?  Better yet, why didn’t they raise rates YEARS ago?  The Fed has kept rates near zero for seven … →

China’s Renminbi Reserve Status

December 2, 2015

While the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is expected to give the renminbi (yuan) a political victory by including the Chinese currency in the list of reserve currencies, few in the West even understand what this means. Including the renminbi in … →

Government Demanding Source Code by CFTC Rule

December 2, 2015

Here comes the incompetent government once again. The CFTC has introduced a new rule that automated trading systems must turnover their source code to the government meaning both the Department of Justice for criminal prosecutions and the CFTC. They will … →

May 2016 Institutional Conference

December 2, 2015

We will be holding an exclusive Institutional Conference in May 2016 to coincide with the launch of the Institutional Services. Seating will be $10,000 where this will be geared exclusively for institutions globally. The location is to be determined. We … →

Everything Has a Cycle

December 1, 2015

COMMENT: Mr Armstrong, You are infectious (pun intended)! Since you have stated that we are due for a pandemic in the next few years 2019 ± a year or 2, I started on a review of what is out there. … →

Market Talk Nov 30th, 2015

December 1, 2015

An extremely dull day for most core equity markets across the globe today with plus or minus 0.5% movements throughout. If anything to write about it was probably that US stocks closed close to the days lows as they all … →

ECB & The Failed QE Stimulus

December 1, 2015

The central banks are simply trapped. They have bought in bonds under the theory that this will stimulate the economy by injecting cash. But there are several problems with this entire concept. This is an elitist view to say the … →

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