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Syndicated Publisher About Syndicated PublisherPaul Thomason is the Founder and Editor of the website and publishing service, Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service). The author of an article is always clearly indicated and attributed at the bottom of the article. Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) may have written the heading and summary text for the article or formatted the article, however, otherwise Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) is not the author. By publishing or extracting an article (with permission), Elliott Wave Analytics (Elliott Wave Market Service) does not endorse or adopt the opinions or recommendations expressed or warrant the accuracy of the information in the article.

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  • Why a Market Correction Now Would be the Best Scenari...
    By on September 11, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Current market projections are diverse. Nobel Laureate in economics Jeremy Siegel says he is still not concerned with valuations and has upped his previous projection of 18,000 for the Dow by year-end to “possibly 19,000″. However, Nobel Laureate in economics Robert Shiller is very worri...
  • China’s Market Rally Continues To Impress
    By on September 11, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    China’s breakout from a symmetrical triangle formation has been yet another example of how the direction of the breakout from such a pattern usually determines the next direction. China’s Shanghai Index broke out of the pattern to the upside in late July, and has gained 10.2% in the two months ...
  • Countdown To Another Market Peak Has Begun: New Updat...
    By on September 11, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Back in June I made the case to be wary of a pullback in the markets this fall (click for article link) based on the increase in inflationary pressures that occurred starting near the beginning of the year. The importance of inflationary trends was laid out in that article with an excerpt provided ...
  • Calling It Like It Is…
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Yesterday I was directed to read a piece by Brad Delong, Professor of Economics at Berkeley and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), entitled “The Greater Depression.” The entire piece is worth reading, however, here is the clincher: “Meanwhile,...
  • Financial Stress and Market Tops
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Last month I argued that there was “Still No Sign of a Bear Market” with four charts displaying the following: Strong upward trend in leading economic data Low probability of recession Low levels of financial stress High corporate profits margins   Since there has been no change in outlo...
  • Where To From Here?: The Good, Bad and Ugly
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The financial markets were certainly correct in dismissing that rather abysmal first quarter 2014 GDP print, no?  After all, the current 4.2% GDP growth snapback revision in Q2 is proof positive Q1 was just a one-off fluke. Right? The fact is: for a good five years now, economic pundits have been b...
  • The Seven Year Cycle Of Economic Crashes That Everyon...
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Large numbers of people believe that an economic crash is coming next year based on a seven year cycle of economic crashes that goes all the way back to the Great Depression.  What I am about to share with you is very controversial.  Some of you will love it, and some of you will think that it is ...
  • Why The Eurozone Could Be A Problem For Stocks
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    A few weeks ago I asked a simple question: “Can The U.S. Economy Stand Alone?” “The following chart is food for thought. There are extremely high expectations that the U.S. economy will achieve “lift off” in terms of economic growth eventually achieving 3-4% annualized growth ...
  • Gold and Bonds Still Diverging
    By on September 10, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Bonds continue to defy the experts and pundits, continuing to make new rally highs even as talk increases that the Fed will have to begin raising interest rates sooner than previously expected. Are bonds maybe saying the economy is not as strong as the Fed thinks, or that something is going to happ...
  • Crestmont Market Valuation Update
    By on September 9, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Based on the August S&P 500 average of daily closes, the Crestmont P/E is now 90% above its arithmetic mean and at the 98th percentile of this fourteen-decade monthly metric. The 2011 article P/E: Future On The Horizon by Advisor Perspectives contributor Ed Easterling provided an overview of Ed...
  • Is The Stock Market Cheap?
    By on September 6, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Here is a new update of a popular market valuation method using the most recent Standard & Poor’s “as reported” earnings and earnings estimates and the index monthly averages of daily closes for the past month, which is 1,961.53. The ratios in parentheses use the monthly close ...
  • Anticipating The Friday Employment Report For August!
    By on September 5, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The economic mover and shaker this week is Friday employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This monthly report contains a wealth of data for economists, probably the most publicized in the near term being the month-over-month change in Total Nonfarm Employment (the PAYEMS series in the...

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