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Stevia Corp (STEV): Volume Breakout Alert

Okt 16th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: OTC Blog

October 16, 2011 Volume XIII, Issue 97 Home Page : www.otcjournal.comEmail Questions or Comments To: editor@otcjournal.comTo OTC Journal Members:  Pretty Flowers Equal Profits   The pretty flower you see pictured here is all about your Blood Glucose level, believe it … Continue reading

Riddle Me This Bat Penny Stock Investors

Okt 15th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: OTCjournal

  Riddle Me This Bat Investors Well, I'd say this has been a pretty good week. The markets appear to have gotten past the worst August and September I can remember in some time- well, since 2008, which really isn't that long ago. The market appears to be understanding...

Which Gold Miners Have Largest Upside?

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Since hitting $1,900 an ounce through the beginning of October, gold has declined nearly 11 percent. Over the same timeframe, the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index lost almost 13 percent. That’s a closer performance correlation than the roughly 3-to-1 gold equities to bullion ratio we’ve historically seen and could mean the miners are finally closing the gap.However, ... [more]

A Hair Trigger Rally

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

 By the first week of October, after having dropped more than 18 percent from its highs achieved in May 2011, U.S. stocks were desperate to latch on to any good news. In this context, the apparent agreement between the major European players to kick their debt can down the road was viewed as an "all clear" for shell shocked ... [more]

Inflation on Demand & Along the ‘Continuum’

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

Global markets are in the midst of a predictable relief rally to the technical bear market that recently became actualized off of various topping patterns that were in force for most of 2011.  It is important to note that this is coming off of a similarly predictable whiff of a deflation scare, as US and ... [more]

Oil Stocks Deeply Oversold 2

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

The recent recession-fear craze hammered commodities prices, crushing the stocks of the companies that produce them.  Commodities stocks were wholesale abandoned by frightened traders, left bludgeoned and bleeding.  But driven to deeply-oversold levels, they got incredibly cheap relative to their underlying fundamentals and bull-market precedent.  Oil stocks are a shining example of this great opportunity.   Crude oil is ... [more]

Arab Spring To BRIC Watershed: Countries Most Likely To Have Armed Riots

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China) are among the highest risk regions to have armed conflicts based on the third annual Conflict Intensity Index, an annual study evaluating the intensity of armed conflict across 197 nations, released by risk analysis company Maplecroft.On the country level, the study rates 12 countries as 'extreme risk':    Libya and Syria, ... [more]

The Discipline of Government

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

The Discipline of Government As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information In my article The Politics of Personal Destruction I presented the case that the Federal Reserve was responsible for the Great Depression because of its extremely tight monetary policy.In 1963 Friedman, ... [more]

Where is the ‘R’ Word?

Okt 14th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

I don't hear the "R" word mentioned much these days. The "R" word isn't for "resilient" as in "gee Bob (Pisani), the stock market is really resilient". The "R" word stands for "recession". These days you are more likely to hear commentators talking about the European sovereign concerns than the possibility of an oncoming recession in this country. It ... [more]

Follow the Chinese: Rich Chinese Invest 40% of Wealth in Stocks

Okt 13th, 2011 | By brinvest | Category: Pinnacle Professors

A report from Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management, a division of Bank of America, has found that wealthy Chinese invested 42% of their wealth in stocks last year.The report on wealth management in the Asia-Pacific region published Wednesday said the number of rich Chinese, with net assets of at least US$1-M; not including assets such ... [more]