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Semiconductors Recover at 20-day MA

Yesterday's selling didn't follow through with additional losses, instead, indices dug in at lows and managed to recover some of yesterday's selloff. The best recovery came from the Semiconductor Index. It gained over 1% as it bounced off its 20-day MA. However, it wasn't enough to stop a 'sell' trigger in the MACD and CCI.Next is the Nasdaq 100. It staged...

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Market Anxiety High as Doubts on Trump Policies Rise

Shares, oil and the US dollar were all under pressure as global financial markets took fright at the prospect that Donald Trump would fail to deliver on his growth-boosting promises. In the most nervous conditions since the immediate aftermath of the president’s shock victory in last November’s elections, stock markets in Asia and Europe fell in response to Tuesday’s sharp decline on Wall Street. The...

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UK Budget Deficit Best Since February 2007

Britain’s public finances are on a roll but officials don’t expect the good news to last. The budget deficit last month was 1.8 billion pounds ($2.2 billion), the best performance for any February since 2007, the Office for National Statistics said Tuesday. Revenue surged 7.1 percent from a year earlier and spending rose just 0.5 percent. It left the deficit in the first 11 months of the ...

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Morning Charts 03/20/2017 SPX /es

Northy says 11 Fed speakers this week. Oh joy!STB bracket challenge still anyone's game as Duke and a few others delivered bracket busting blows to many players. On to the lie - More consolidation. SPX 5m - Possible descending triangle. SPX 15m - Gonna be a slow week unless we get fireworks. Freedom watch - Get ur popcorn ready. Suspense Builds Over James Comey's Testimony On Russian "Hacking" Of US Elections, Trump's Alleged Wiretap Well, some of us knew this was happening all along...

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G-20 Free Fair and Flawed

Stephen Innes OANDA Senior Trader discusses the G -20 Communique: U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s first G-20 meetings resulted in some of the world’s biggest economies being forced to recognise the protectionist stance of the new US administration. Stephen explains what this could mean for the markets.   BFM Radio Kuala Lumpur

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The Permanent Portfolio

==========================================I will admit, when I first read about the Permanent Portfolio in the late-80s, I was somewhat skeptical, but not totally dismissive.  Here is the classic Permanent Portfolio, equal proportions of:S&P 500 stocksThe longest Treasury BondsSpot GoldMoney market fundsThink about Inflation, how do these assets do?S&P 500 stocks – mediocre to pretty goodThe longest Treasury Bonds – cratersSpot Gold – soarsMoney market funds – keeps value, earns incomeThink about Deflation, how do these assets do?S&...

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Canada’s Oil Province Betting on Growth Despite Lower Crude Prices

Alberta is betting that the recent dip in oil will be temporary and that higher crude prices will allow the province to shrink its deficit while raising spending. The deficit will narrow to C$10.3 billion ($7.7 billion) in fiscal 2017-18 from C$10.8 billion in the current fiscal year as economic growth in Canada’s energy province rebounds to 2.6 percent after three years of contraction, according to budget ...

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US Manufacturing Output Rose in February

Output at U.S. manufacturers rose in February for a sixth consecutive month, underscoring a sustained rebound in the industry. The 0.5 percent gain at factories, which make up 75 percent of overall industrial output, matched the prior month’s advance, marking the best back-to-back performance in three years, a Federal Reserve report showed Friday. Total industrial production, which includes mines and utilities, was unchanged as warm weather reduced demand for heating. More appropriate levels of ...

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