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As energy expert Marin Katusa weighed in earlier in the week, it’s going to get ugly in the natural gas sector, as companies are going to be forced to write down their reserves to reflect the ugly realities of $2 natty.  So which natural gas stocks should you look to sell…or even short?  Marin weighs […]

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Hats off to the talented (and brave) soul at the Congressional Budget Office who put together three illustrative infographics on the US Federal Budget (or Deficit, depending on your level of skepticism).  This may be the first time a picture has been worth a trillion dollar shortfall! When $2.3 Trillion Doesn’t Quite Get It Done […]

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Is the air starting to leak out of the latest technology bubble? Venture capital firms are taking it in the chin, finding it much harder to raise money when Crazy Bernanke is not running the printing presses as fast as he can.  The LA Times reports (Hat tip Carson for sending this along): Firms raised […]

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By Carl Swenlin The National Association of Active Investment Managers (www.naaim.org) takes a weekly poll of its members that results in a pretty good sentiment poll. Approximately 40 NAAIM member firms who are active money managers are asked each week to provide a number which represents their overall equity exposure at the market close on Wednesday. […]

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The McAlvany Weekly Commentary has fast become one of my favorite financial podcasts (right alongside Financial Sense) – last week’s episode was another good one.  The boys interviewed Hunter Lewis, author of Where Keynes Went Wrong, to discuss the man, the myth, and most importantly – his legacy of justifying central economic planning in the […]

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By Carl Swenlin I am a TV addict, and my kids nagged me forever to get a Netflix subscription. Finally, my son gave me a trial subscription, and they were right, I loved Netflix. A really great service at a reasonable price. Then suddenly they initiated a huge price increase and split their DVD and […]

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by Carl Swenlin In the last month or so gold has formed a double top that could be the start of a much needed correction for the metal. Specifically the chart below shows an Adam & Eve double top. The first top is sharp and spiky, and the second is more rounded, depicting a labored […]

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Contrary Investing favorite Ron Paul – perhaps the only politician in the world we feel warm and fuzzy about – lays out an excellent explanation of the Austrian school of economics for Fox News.  He gets into the good Austrian stuff around the 11 minute mark. What exactly is so hard to understand when it […]

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Fellow fans of the Fourth Turning should check out Jim Puplava’s new interview with author Neil Howe. Howe shares his take on the unfolding “Fourth Turning” in America, which he believed started roughly in 2008.  The current divide in the US is reminiscent of similar devices before other tragic eras in American history – namely […]

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