Chris Puplava

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08/10/2013 Technician Charles Nenner: Markets Going Nowhere Next Eighteen Months Technician, Newshour
08/09/2013 Addressing Marc Faber’s Call for an 1987-Style Crash Article
08/07/2013 Possible Short-Term Top; No Bear Market on the Horizon Article
07/26/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
07/24/2013 Most Valuable Lesson in Investing – Get Rid of Your Ego! Article
07/19/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
06/28/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
06/26/2013 Pullbacks Happen Article
06/14/2013 Second Half Bullish Catalysts Appear on Track Article
05/31/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
05/24/2013 Market's Bill of Health - Short Term Reversal; Intermediate and Long... Article
05/22/2013 Breakout in Bond Yields Foreshadows Possible Economic Acceleration Article
05/15/2013 Leading Employment Indicators Suggest Higher Highs Into the Fall Article
05/10/2013 Market’s Bill of Health – Cyclicals Are Back! Article
05/08/2013 It’s Easy to Be Depressed When No One Loves You Article
05/04/2013 Technician Stan Weinstein: Still a Bullish Outlook for Stocks Technician, Newshour
05/02/2013 Gentlemen, Start Your Printing Presses! Article
04/24/2013 Get Out Your Shopping List, A Market Bottom Is Coming Article
04/19/2013 Europe Should See a Strong 2H, Helping to Alleviate Global Growth Concerns Article
04/17/2013 Market’s Bill of Health – Weakening Market Close to Giving First... Article
04/13/2013 Technician Craig Johnson: S&P Going to 1700 By Year End and 2000 Next... Technician, Newshour
04/12/2013 The Next Phase in the Precious Metals Bull Market Article
04/10/2013 Market’s Bill of Health – Cyclicals May Play Catch Up, Helping to Drive... Article
04/05/2013 Expecting a Weak Q2, But Likely a Buying Opportunity Article
03/27/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
03/22/2013 Steady as She Goes; U.S. Economy Marches Forward Article
03/15/2013 Employment Indicators Supporting Market Advance Article
03/13/2013 Market’s Bill of Health Article
03/08/2013 Markets Continue to Power Higher Article
03/01/2013 Play the Whistle, Not the Ball Article

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