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Monthly Archives: July 2012

5 minute version of this week’s Greedometer Newsletter

  Below is a 5 minute summary of this week’s letter. Click here to read the newsletter in full.  Non subscribers have access to the top section. Subscribers see the top section as well as the second section: the Greedometer and mini Greedometer data and analysis. Asset management clients see the top 2 sections as well as the third section: impact to how we’re […] Read the rest of this entry »

Greedometer Newsletter is launched!

  The Greedometer subscription newsletter is now launched. Click here to view the inaugural letter. An annual subscription costs $365/year, but there is an introductory price of $199/year.


  This blog posting is a summary of what’s in this week’s Greedometer Newsletter. Click here to read that. The global economy, and the US stock market continue to move along a path that is very similar to what I described in the book (when I wrote most of it last winter), and what I wrote in newsletters early this year. And that is: […] Read the rest of this entry »

European brown ink is fading

  Big Picture: Data continues to arrive showing the global recession spreading. This is what we heard from the Chairman of the European Central Bank on Thursday. Global industrial activity is in or near contraction almost everywhere on the planet. Meanwhile the greedometers continue to adhere to a sequence that was suggested back at the beginning of the year — a sequence that says […] Read the rest of this entry »

The book is out!

  I’m very pleased to announce that my first book —  Greedometer  Dow 5000  Why nobody sees it coming  – is now available.   The e-book version may be had from Amazon.com (for the kindle) at:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008gtbpo2 . I expect the Barnes & Noble (nook) version will be available by the end of the week, as will the apple ipad version (from the ibookstore). […] Read the rest of this entry »

How long will this Eurofudge last?

  Big Picture: The many $T in personal, bank, and sovereign debt that was built-up — here, in Europe, and in Japan is not all going to be paid back — not in paper currencies that are worth the same value. The process of delivering that loss is in its 5th year and is going to take at least a decade more. We’re at […] Read the rest of this entry »