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  • Commodities Look Set to Rocket Higher.
    By on September 10, 2011 | 49 Comments49 Comments  Comments
    I’ve been asked to comment on the work of a few noted deflationists who are calling for a top in commodity prices here. Their argument is pretty clear cut: Because inflation is a function of available money plus credit (their definition), and because credit has fallen, deflation is what co...
  • Are Commodities Expecting QE3?
    By on September 3, 2011 | 48 Comments48 Comments  Comments
    The Fed’s QE2 program was a failure as far as the economy is concerned. The U.S. economy is in considerably worse shape than last summer when the Fed attempted to come to the rescue with its QE2 flood of extra dollars into the global financial system. But QE2 did have a big effect on global stock...
  • What is SPX Fair Value?.
    By on August 15, 2011 | 408 Comments408 Comments  Comments
    Credit and commodity markets are saying one thing while equities are saying another and only time will tell which market(s) were right. History though is clearly on the side of credit and commodities based on prior recessions including the 2008 “not so great” recession where equities peaked just...
  • Commodities Are In The Same Bear Market.
    By on August 6, 2011 | 36 Comments36 Comments  Comments
    Commodities seem to be following the same pattern as global stock markets. That makes sense since the stock market is concerned about slowing global economies, and slowing economies obviously mean less demand for raw materials used to produce and ship products. It can be seen in the way the CRB Inde...
  • Rare Earth Metals Abundant In Deep Sea Mud.
    By on July 6, 2011 | 39 Comments39 Comments  Comments
    A map published with the study shows rare earth element deposits in the Pacific Ocean less than two kilometres deep. (Nature)   Ren Limin, a worker at the Jinyuan Company’s smelting workshop, prepares to pour the rare earth metal lanthanum into a mould. China produces 97 per cent of t...
  • Commodity Free Week at EWI
    By on March 17, 2011 | No Comments  Comments
    Elliott Wave International has just announced the beginning of their popular commodity FreeWeek event, where non-subscribers can test-drive some of EWI’s most popular premium services. Now through noon Wednesday, March 23 (Eastern Time), you’ll get access to all of EWI’s hottest d...
  • Copper and the Stock Market
    By on January 18, 2011 | 470 Comments470 Comments  Comments
    One of the more interesting relationships lately has been the strong correlation between copper prices and the SP500.  From January 2009 to date, cash copper prices and the SP500 have a +0.955 correlation coefficient.  Part of that can be explained by the fact that both of them have ...
  • Some Of The Surprising Effects Of Bear Markets
    By on August 15, 2010 | 47 Comments47 Comments  Comments
    In March 2010, ScienceDaily published a story about an intriguing report investigating the connection between stock-market activity and the frequency of heart attacks. The researchers, a team from Duke University Medical Center, discovered an increased incidence of cardiac arrest in the United S...

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