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Submitted by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,Last week, I noted technical breakout of the market above the downtrend line from last May, such a move required an increase in exposure to equity risk. To wit:“With the breakout of the market yesterday, and given that ‘short-term buy signals’ are in place I began adding exposure back into portfolios. This&nbs

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While the US Treasury's semi-annual report on the foreign-exchange policies of major U.S. trading partners has traditionally been, pardon the pun, a paper tiger, as the US has not named a single country as a currency manipulator since it did so to China in 1994, and it didn't go so far as to blame any country as an outright manipulator in the just released April edition, there was a new addition t

39 minutes ago (via zerohedge.com)
Remember Wednesday night... after Facebook crushed it... Overheard behind the scenes at CNBC today... US Macro suffered its 4th weekly drop in a row and earnings expectations continue to weaken... Stocks globally were a mess after The BoJ "shock"... NKY down 1700 points Europe's worst week in 3 months And US equity market's worst week in almost 3 months..

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Keep 'peddling'...  Source: Investors.com

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In its latest attempt to instill fear far away from the battlefield in Syria, or the recently terrorism-plagued countries of France and Belgium, last week Islamic State supporters published the names and addresses of 3,600 New Yorkers in an apparent "hit list" designed to escalate the group's campaign of sowing fear far from the battlefield in Syria.According to the CSM the names on the list were

39 minutes ago (via zerohedge.com)
Outside the California Republican Party 'lunch banquet' in Burlingame at which Donald Trump is set to speak this afternoon, Anti-Trump protesters have swelled in numbers and turned violent. Having breached barricades, riot police have begun to move in and are arresting some of the group...Trump protestors, supporters, clash this morning outside GOP convention in California https://t.co/NjadsnDLBjp

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Submitted by Irina Slav via OilPrice.com,Russia and Saudi Arabia have been (relatively) quietly fighting for market share in China ever since oil prices started their downward spiral in mid-2014 - now the battle is heating up, and teapot refineries are what could tip the balance.Though the Saudis had historically been China’s biggest oil supplier, Russia managed to take the top spot several

2 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
With the Chinese government having dramatically clamped down on various forms of capital flight in recent months (incidentally, a key driver for the surge in the price of bitcoin over the past year), Chinese residents have been coming up with increasingly more innovative forms of capital flight. One, noted previously, has been the unprecedented scramble to purchase foreign companies with no regard

2 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Is Everyone Wrong On The "Causation" Of The Commodity Bubble? While it appeared 'retail' was responsible for the panic-buying chaotic volume surge in Chinese commodities, Axiom Capital Management's Gordon L Johnson points out that in fact... China Bank Special Interest Vehicles' "Bold" Commodity Speculation Is The Real Budding Black SwanWMP Speculation Likely Ca

2 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
I have written about my town, Palo Alto, many times here on the Slope of Hope (a sampling can be found by clicking here), and these posts tend to focus on the rapidly-escalating real estate prices. I personally think we're past the top at this point, since I've noticed the For Sale signs in my neighborhood are actually just sitting there. It used to be that houses sold instantly. At this




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