RSS

Advertisement

Viewing Profile: Syndicated Publisher

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.

Latest Posts by Syndicated Publisher

  • Vehicle Miles Driven: Structural Change In Driving Be...
    By on September 2, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Commission has released the latest report on Traffic Volume Trends, data through June. Travel on all roads and streets changed by 1.4% (3.7 billion vehicle miles) for June 2014 as compared with June 2013 (see report). The less volatile 12-mont...
  • Should We Be Concerned About Stocks In September?
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Not that we are predicting a bear market. But is it true, as some are claiming, that it would be rare for a bear market to begin this late in the year after reaching a new high in August. In fact, of the 25 bear markets since 1900, five of them began in September. And another 10 of them began in Oct...
  • Eurozone Currency Dispute Intensifies On Overvalued E...
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The currency and fiscal battleground front lines in Europe remains the same. France wants QE, fiscal stimulus, and more leeway on meeting fiscal deficit targets. Germany doesn’t. And the fighting has strengthened. The idea that ECB can produce nirvana by devaluing the euro is ridiculous. Yet, ...
  • 3 Things Worth Thinking About (Vol. 6)
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    “3 Things Worth Thinking About” is a weekly publication of ideas, usually contrarian to the consensus, to provoke thoughtful discussions and decision-making processes. As a portfolio manager and strategist, I am sharing things that I am considering with respect to current investment mod...
  • Low-Cost Transcontinental Gold
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Back in 2001 Turkey produced less than 50k ounces of gold, an insignificant amount considering the geological potential of this transcontinental country.  The prolific Tethyan Metallogenic belt, which covers a large part of it, offers an environment capable of hosting large precious-metals deposits...
  • 5 Things To Ponder: Labor Day Edition
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The financial markets are set to wrap up the month with roughly a 3.5% gain, depending on where today’s action ends, which is historically on the positive end of returns for the month. The histogram below shows the annual percentage change for the month of August.  Since 1930, there have been...
  • Why The Eurozone Is Growing Problem For US Economy
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The 18-nation euro-zone is the largest economy in the world, eclipsing that of the U.S. The euro-zone is the largest trading partner of the U.S. (the largest importer of U.S. goods, the largest exporter of goods to the U.S.). The euro-zone is in an economic crisis. Its recovery from the 2008 glob...
  • August Michigan Consumer Sentiment Bounced Back
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The Final University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment for August came in at 82.5, a bounce back from the 79.2 preliminary reading and its highest level since the April final. Today’s number topped the Investing.com forecast of 80.1. See the chart below for a long-term perspective on this widely ...
  • Japan Calls For More Stimulus As Household Spending S...
    By on September 1, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Consumer spending in Japan slumped in June because of a tax hike pushed through by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Economists claimed it would be temporary and spending would quickly recover thanks to inflation. Let’s take a look at what actually happened. Japanese Household Spending Slumps 5.9% Ya...
  • 4 Years Until The Next Recession? Not Likely.
    By on August 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    David Rosenberg, in one of his recent missives, wrote: “Historically, when we are within six months of a recession, the year-over-year trend in the LEI turns negative while the diffusion index falls below 30%. At three-months away, the LEI is down 1% YoY and the diffusion index nears 25%.  B...
  • Investor Sentiment…
    By on August 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    Nobel prize-winning economist Robert Shiller described the stock market in 2000, 2007, and recently, as having reached the stage of being driven primarily by ‘irrational exuberance’ on the part of investors. He also used the phrase in 2006 to describe what was driving the housing bubble. So wher...
  • Coming Bond Bubble Disaster: I Blame Central Banks
    By on August 30, 2014 | No Comments  Comments
    The current bubbles in financial assets — in equities and bonds of all grades and quality — raging in every major market across the globe are no accident. They are a deliberate creation. The intentional results of policy. Therefore, when they burst, we shouldn’t regard the resulti...

Advertisement