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Former Treasury Secretary and bailout bully Hank Paulson said Wednesday that stocks and other assets need to start to trade again on "real economics."
I have gotten some very nasty feedback from some people who are bullish on the stock market and get angry when anyone tells them that the market is risky right now...
"First-quarter S&P 500 earnings are projected to have declined by 2.8 percent from a year ago..."
A weekly show that attempts to predict market direction for the week ahead by looking at a variety of charts and fundamental economic reports.
In the face of a topping market Cramer says "it's time for a bounce" and pumps more stock picks.
"Bottom line, we are still in a bull market but only months away from a bear market. Do not ignore these warning signals."
"we can all agree that companies ramping up their share repurchasing has buoyed stock prices. This chart from Bianco Research shows how buybacks have soared..."
"That's what a report from TrimTabs suggests, at least on a near-term basis. The investment research company reported on Sunday that investors have added $46.8 billion to equity mutual funds and exchange-traded funds in March, the most for any month since October 2013."
Jim Rogers talks on Sprott about the markets and the new China development bank.
"The firm is now betting big on the United States dollar to outperform a number of foreign currencies."
"I love these central bankers, they've been very good to the stock market," the president of Yardeni Research said in an interview on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
A year ago Cramer was telling people to buy blue-chips. He no longer does that. Now anytime the market has an up day he pumps biotech stocks and stocks that have gone up the most that day.
We've got a giant artificial wave of liquidity floating about which must come to an end. There's going to be an event that's going to happen which will end it all.
This week David Skarica and I talked about the turning point that appears to be happening in the stock market.
I think it goes without saying that this app will bring a lot of "dumb money" into the stock market.
"Assuming the current bull market in the S&P 500 started in March 2009, this bull market is now six years old, making it the longest bull market period in post war history."
Bubble girl talks to Marc Faber long enough to get him to say something a tiny bit positive about US big cap stocks.
Bulls are getting killed in this market and every day it seems a big name stock blows up. Today it is Intel gapping down 4% in pre-market.
Cramer said "buy buy buy right now" last night on his "Mad Money" TV show and his viewers loved him for it.
AA has broken all support and is now in a strong bear downtrend.
"In the same survey, the Wells Fargo/Gallup Investor and Retirement Optimism Index was up 21 points to +69. That is the highest for the index since 2007 and reflects investors' improved confidence in their own finances as well as in the economy."
Do not be fooled by the bottom callers. Oil drilling fracking companies are in deep trouble and today Bloomberg reports that one of them is on the verge of default.
David Skarica asks if Nasdaq 5000 spells market top.
People who do not lighten up though on their US stock market positions now probably never will.
An interview update on the stock market and gold I did for Howestreet.com and Jim Goddard.
Jeff Macke continues his countdown to Nasdaq 5000.
The bottom line is the latest stock-market record highs widely celebrated as a bullish omen are anything but. They merely returned the flagship S&P 500 back to levels seen 15 years earlier in real terms.