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Disasters Can Happen

How to Buy Low When Everyone Else is Buying High

by MN Gordon

Economic Prism

When to Sell?

The common thread running through the collective minds of present U.S. stock market investors goes something like this: A great crash is coming.  But first there will be an epic run-up climaxing with a massive parabolic blow off top.

Hence, to capitalize on the final blow off, investors must let their stock market holdings ride until the precise moment the market peaks – and not a moment more.  That’s when investors should sell their stocks and go to cash.

Certainly, this sounds like a great strategy.  But, practically speaking, how are you supposed to pull it off?  Specifically, how are you supposed to know the exact moment the stock market peaks?

Is the definitive sign of the top when your shoeshine boy offers you a hot stock tip?  Is it when your neighbor tells you about his surefire (Read More....)

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Coming Uncorked

By MN Gordon, Economic Prism

On Tuesday something incredible happened.  The Dow closed above 15,000 for the first time ever.  What a joy to be alive and bear witness to the great miracle of our time.

Whereas just 100 years ago the new marvels were flying machines and bucolic indoor plumbing…these days we have iPads and Dow 15,000.  Without question, iPads are quite marvelous.  Without question, Dow 15,000 is quite grotesque.

Without question, extreme government price fixing of money has blurred the line between real economic growth and the illusion of economic growth.  Often times it’s difficult to tell the difference.  Yet sometimes the difference becomes crystal clear as misallocations of capital reach extremes…

Consider the dot com bubble of the late 1990s.  Or the housing bubble of the mid-2000s.  These first appeared to be reflections of real economic growth.  Later it became crystal clear they were illusions of economic (Read More....)

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