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Should The Fed’s Words Influence Your Asset Allocations?

Sep 26th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

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Philly Fed President thinks QE3 isn’t big enough, yet its size and duration is undetermined

Sep 26th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: Thanks to a falling Euro and Sterling, the US dollar has managed to rally today, despite a fresh round of quantitative easing just two weeks ago. This has caused gold to pullback. read more



US Government Considers New Tax Initiatives to Steal YOUR Money

Sep 26th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: New tax initiatives focused on transactions involving the stock market have been put forward by law makers in the United States and Europe. The taxes would focus on the buying and selling of stocks, bonds and derivatives which, needless to say, is a multi-trillion dollar sector. read more



Corrections Often End In Panic Selling – Mike Swanson (09/26/12)

Sep 26th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

Yesterday the DOW fell over 100 points and the S&P 500 fell 15 points. What is even more noteworthy though is that on the NYSE 90% of the orders were sell orders. This was panic selling. The truth is a lot of people doubt that this rally is real and there are some people that get nervous at any sign of weakness and sell out. I'm sure there are many hedge fund managers that have felt like they ... [more]



Silver Prices Going Higher

Sep 26th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: In Adam Hamilton’s latest article he discusses silver’s recent market activity. Since the middle of summer, silver prices are up nearly 33%. This has some traders booking profits for fear of a major pullback given how quickly it ran. read more



Goldman Sachs Predicts Fed QE Will Reach $2 Trillion – Mike Swanson (09/25/12)

Sep 25th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

The Fed has promised to print money now every month for the next few years to try to stimulate the economy. I really don't know how more debt and inflation will force companies to hire more people, especially in view of the fact that we have been doing this now for three years already and can't see any impact. It's not just me that's skeptical. Last week a Fed governor came out and basically admitted that the ... [more]



Open Portfolio Update – Selling AI and TUR – Mike Swanson (09/24/12)

Sep 24th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: WallStreetWindow

I just sold two of my positions - AI and TUR. I am doing this to free up some money in my account and reduce the margin I was using. I believe at some point this Fall we will see the markets pause and consolidate for a few weeks and once they do I want to be able to buy some positions. To do that though I need to have some money and buying power available. ... [more]



Casey Summit: "Silver is the investment of the decade" – Eric Sprott

Sep 24th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: Casey Research has recently concluded its annual investment summit and one of its top writers summed up the results in an interesting phrase: "The situation is hopeless, but it’s not serious." read more



QE3 Is Nothing New and It’s Not That Big

Sep 24th, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: In Guy Lerner’s latest article he reviews the amount of hype around QE3 given the fact that it is open ended. But is the hype warranted? Consider that Japan is now on QE 8, yet the country has been in a deflationary spiral for years. Also consider that in the US, money supply increases close to 7% annually as it is. read more



Casey Interviews John Mauldin: Avoiding Economic Catastrophe 101

Sep 23rd, 2012 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Pinnacle Digest writes: John Mauldin shares his opinions on how to balance and protect your portfolio to outlast the euro crisis and the 'politicized economy' we all currently face. Dividend stocks and a healthy allocation to gold in the years ahead are discussed as well as the only way to ultimately fix the [more]