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The New War in the Ukraine

It was another one of those midnight calls from my old KGB friend. Yuri was assigned to tail me in Tokyo during the 1970’s. He even came to my wedding as the official TASS correspondent. We have stayed in touch ever since. After the fall of the Soviet Union, he landed on his feet (as […]

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All Asset Class Risk Reversal at Hand

I believe that we are on the verge of seeing major reversals across all asset classes. Get this one right, and you will make a fortune. Screw it up, and you will soon be looking for your next job on Craig’s List. I understand that there is a desperate need for code writers in the […]

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Report from New Zealand

35 degrees South latitude, 174 degrees East longitude. I am writing this report from the Duke of Marlborough Hotel and Pub in remote Russell, off the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Once known as “The Hell Hole of the Pacific” in 1835, no less an authority than Charles Darwin, claimed this 19th century […]

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Taking off for the Antipodes

I will be departing for my Mad Hedge Fund Trader’s 2014 Australia and New Zealand tour as soon as I finish writing today’s letter. During the next 18 days, I will fly 22,000 miles, dining with my abundance of readers in the southern hemisphere. I am leaving you in good hands with a clean conscience. […]

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Mad Hedge Fund Trader Rockets Ahead With a 6.49% January Profit

The red hot performance of the Mad Hedge Fund Trader’s Trade Alert Service has maintained its blistering pace from last year, picking up another 6.49% profit in the first two trading weeks of 2014. The Dow Average was down 6.2% during the same period pegging my outperformance of the index at a stunning 12.7%. Since […]

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Three Charts That Will Turn the Markets

I wrote at length yesterday about why this is not a new bear market, but a traditional 7%-10% correction instead. Now, I’ll show you three charts that will call the exact turnaround. The ten-year Treasury bond (TLT), (TBT) is clearly the lead contract. It has, far and away, been the most accurate in anticipating the […]

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Now We’re Cooking With Gas (UNG)

Now We’re Cooking With Gas (UNG) Those who followed my advice to buy the United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG) July, 2014 $23 puts at $1.68 yesterday are now in the enviable position of owning a security that is running away to the upside. At this morning’s high the puts traded at $2.40, a one […]

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What the Markets Will Do from Here

For the last couple of nights, I have left my iPhone logged into the Argentina peso market, one of several troubled currencies igniting the emerging market contagion. Whenever the peso losses another handle to the US dollar, an alarm goes off. That gives me a head start on how American markets will behave the next […]

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How Obamacare Will Boost Your Portfolio

Still basking in the glow of 2013’s spectacular 26% gain in the Dow, I sat down on a rock on a high mountain the other day to try and figure out what happened. The last time I saw a move this healthy was back in the nineties, when a perfect trifecta of the internet going […]

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Mad Hedge Fund Trader Surges Ahead With a 5.73% January Profit

The red hot performance of the Mad Hedge Fund Trader’s Trade Alert Service has maintained its blistering pace from last year, picking up another 5.73% profit in the first two trading weeks of 2014. The S&P 500 was down during the same period. Since the beginning of 2013, I am up 73.23%. 2013 closed with […]

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America’s Demographic Collapse and Your Stock Portfolio

As a long term observer of America’s demographic picture, I was shocked to hear of a recent report from the US Census Bureau (click here for the website). The US population grew by a scant 0.72% in 2012, the lowest since 1942. You can’t start or expand a family when an essential partner in the […]

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The Rising Drumbeat for Alibaba

Rumors hit the market Friday that Sprint (S) will mount a $20 billion takeover bid for T-Mobile (TMUS) in early January. The news caused a late day kerfluffle on what would otherwise have been a slow December pre holiday Friday. The Shares of both companies immediately jumped 10%, which left many analysts scratching their heads. […]

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Is This the Big Trade of 2014?

Watching the entire commodity complex collapse in unison this year was nothing less than amazing, with many ending the year down 30% or more. And I mean the broader definition of commodity. It includes the base metals like copper (JJC), (CU), agricultural products (CORN), (SOYB), (DBA), precious metals (GLD), (SLV), emerging markets (EEM), (FXI), ($SSEC), […]

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A Christmas Donation for the Worthiest of Causes

I follow a broad range of unconventional, but highly useful leading economic indicators that gives me a decisive edge when predicting the future direction of global financial markets. One of them has started flashing a warning sign. I fund an orphanage in remote Zhanjiang, in China’s southern Guangdong province, near Hainan Island called The Zhanjiang […]

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The Markets and President Hillary

Yes, I know that the presidential election of 2016 is three years off. But if you already know the outcome of that contest you can use it to your advantage trading the markets today. You don’t want to get caught out like many conservatives did in 2012, who were forced to dump stock in a […]

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