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Given how well Zulauf's calls on our show turned out since we spoke with him last August, the head of Swiss-based Zulauf Consulting provided our podcast listeners an update on his outlook and the trends to watch for 2017 when it comes to the US stock market, gold, the euro, and...

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“Over the short-term, we’re overbought,” Johnson said, with the likelihood that we see either a correction in the near-term in price or in time, i.e. a consolidation. 2017 is going to be a good year, he stated, but probably not a great year where we’re up 20 or 30 percent...

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This time, Avi is much more cautious in the near-term, noting that he was selling into the last major rally and not looking to get back into the market until some important things happen, which he covered in our recent interview. Here's some of what he had to say...

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The surprise Trump victory November 8th catapulted stock indices about 15% higher as of March without even a 2% intraday correction. Our advice since December has been to avoid waiting for dips and stay 95% invested basis the SP 500...

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Market expectations have driven stock prices to new highs, but with sentiment so extreme, many are wondering if this move is sustainable. This time on FS Insider we spoke with Andrew Zatlin of Moneyball Economics about his take on market direction, the possibility for...

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Financial Sense outlines seven large, transformative forces impacting all aspects of the global economy including a list of related interviews for more in-depth coverage. They are: the retail ice age, automation, reverse migration, peak oil demand, education technology...

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After a short, overnight breakup last November, the US stock market has now rebounded with Donald Trump. “I’d say Donald has another month or so,” Ralph Acampora recently told Financial Sense Newshour. “I’ll give him 2 more months. And maybe this honeymoon...

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“Even if (Saut’s) right, the reality is that we’re probably still going to be peppered with a lot of volatility,” Rosenberg said. In reality, we’ve gone a long time without seeing any pullback. That is not normal, Rosenberg stated. Outside of 1995, which marked the “Dot Com”...

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Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James, doesn't buy the argument that the US stock market is expensive and believes the current bull market could continue for another 6-8 years. That being said, he is short-term cautious with the current run-up, noting...

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Bloomberg's Matthew Boesler just tweeted out the following chart showing that the spread between "hard data" and "soft data" surprises is now the widest is it's been in 17 years. What does this mean and why is this important? It tells us that business and consumer optimism...

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