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I did this podcast last night without interviewing anyone. With the big changes taking place in the stock market I wanted to just talk to you directly about the market myself.
Will this market rally have legs? What to watch for.
The stock market has become a bit of a joke anyway and all you can now is a laugh at it. When you sit on a seat of the titanic and see an iceberg on the horizon that is all there is left to do.
Thomas Lee, Fundstrat head of research, came on CNBC Monday morning to make the silly claim that the S&P 500 is going to 2,100 by the end of the year.
The price of bitcoin crashed 20% over the weekend.
They essentially said be bullish on the market and buy, because all the news is good.
Buffett said he bought stocks - and all day long CNBC talked about this to suggest that you should too.
Faber's advice is to go long gold and short tech bubble stocks.
The stock market is falling because the 45 degree angle market rally that has been going on since December 2012 simply exhausted itself.
It wants to become a banker for its customers - many of whom cannot get checking accounts at normal banks due to poor credit scores.
In this interview David Stockman warns of a stock market crash due to an "unsustainable bubble" created by the Federal Reserve.
Fleckenstein talks about current market psychology and bubble girl.
Will this bull market ever end?
The IMF issued a policy paper stating that there are new risks to the global economy that are becoming dangerous.
Today is another day and that means its another day for Yahoo Finance to put another video on the internet in which a Wall Street paid "analyst" predicts more endless gains for the stock market.
Marc Faber has long predicted that a collapse in U.S. stocks is coming. On Thursday he reiterated that call, saying there is fresh evidence that a bear market is ahead—courtesy of the Golden Arches.
An email from a bull who believes the market will go up for six more years.
Like always Jeff Macke tells the masses what they want to hear.
Art Cashin was on CNBC today talking about how the rally has low volume and he doesn't like it.
The most vulnerable group of Americans are the upper middle class American rich. These are people who make from $75,000 to $99,000 a year.
I want to share a paragraph with you today that is at the end of a letter to clients by PFB Wealth Management, a London firm that caters to some of the wealthiest investors in the world.
I did an interview with the Canadian radio show This Week In Money.
Short-term the market is likely to begin a bounce soon for a few days. But after that you need to worry.
"This is the MOST Dangerous time to be invested. When you want to buy is when others are panicking and selling not when all others are buying."
Jeremy Grantham manages billions of dollars. He also writes an interesting quarterly letter to shareholders.
How should you react to this Ukraine news and yesterday's action in the market? I talk about this and interview Ike in this podcast.
This week we will see earnings reports begin for the second quarter. Stocks often rally into earnings and then begin to pullback after a few days of earnings reports.
This is a discussion on Yahoo Finance with Robert Schiller about the CAPE ratio. He points out that if you look at valuations the US stock market is now at a very dangerous place.
This is the only stock market chart you need to see. It shows you something very fascinating that I think will dictate the future of the stock market over the next few years.