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Four Elections And A Market Myth Funeral | ZeroHedge - Since 11/7/2000, the first election of Bush, the S 500 is down 0.25%. The USD has lost a remarkable 30% of its purchasing power relative to the world's major currencies (36% Trade-weighted). But it gets better because energy costs (WTI) have risen 65% since then. The Long Bond has gained a remarkable 50% while the clear winners in a Greenspan/Bernanke era has been precious metals - up around 550% since November 2000.

Four Elections And A Market Myth Funeral | ZeroHedge - Since 11/7/2000, the first election of Bush, the S 500 is down 0.25%. The USD has lost a remarkable 30% of its purchasing power relative to the world's major currencies (36% Trade-weighted). But it gets better because energy costs (WTI) have risen 65% since then. The Long Bond has gained a remarkable 50% while the clear winners in a Greenspan/Bernanke era has been precious metals - up around 550% since November 2000.

US LABOUR MARKET FUNDAMENTALS STILL POOR

US LABOUR MARKET FUNDAMENTALS STILL POOR

The Jobless Claims Market

The Jobless Claims Market

public sector payroll jobs

public sector payroll jobs

Stephen Williamson: New Monetarist Economics: Floor Systems

Stephen Williamson: New Monetarist Economics: Floor Systems

Banks could begin charging customers on their own money if Fed tapers QE

QE n+1 What The Fed Is Really Up To

QE n+1 What The Fed Is Really Up To

The Presidential Election Cycle

The Presidential Election Cycle

The green shaded area shows the middle of the ‘W’ that should hold as support as the ratio bull flags with a downward biased consolidation.  Yet this is really not a great looking picture as the moving averages have turned down more noticeably than at any point in the bull market out of 2000 thus far.  Is that a negative?  Could well be, if we are going to go by unbiased TA signals. My work on the macro economic fundamentals – updated most weeks in NFTRH, hint hint

The green shaded area shows the middle of the ‘W’ that should hold as support as the ratio bull flags with a downward biased consolidation. Yet this is really not a great looking picture as the moving averages have turned down more noticeably than at any point in the bull market out of 2000 thus far. Is that a negative? Could well be, if we are going to go by unbiased TA signals. My work on the macro economic fundamentals – updated most weeks in NFTRH, hint hint

Illusion of Prosperity: Real GDP

Illusion of Prosperity: Real GDP

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