Tagged: bears

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The Silence Of The Bears

Authored by Sven Henrich via NorthmanTrader.com, The silence of the bears is deafening. And who can blame them? The last 2 years have been absolutely brutal for any fans of price discovery, volatility and...

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Bond Bears & Why Rates Won’t Rise

by Lance Roberts Here we go again… Since June of 2013, I have been writing about the reasons why rates can’t rise much and why calls for the end of the “bond bull market” remain wrong....

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Stock and Awe, Bears in Bondage

by David Haggith The Trump Rally pushed ahead relentlessly through a summer full of high omens and great disasters, all which it swatted off like flies. Even so, all was not perfect in the market as nerves...

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“It Is A Bad Sign For The Market When All The Bears Give Up. If No-One Is Left To Be Converted, It Usually Means No-one Is Left To Buy.” – Pater Tenebrarum

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, The market is downright bullish. There is little reason to argue the point given the bullish trends of markets globally which are strongly trending, positively correlated, and simultaneously breaking...

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Former Bears Coach Mike Ditka: “I don’t care who you are, how much money you make, if you don’t respect our country, then you shouldn’t be in this country playing football. Go to another country and play football.”

“I’m not condemning anybody or criticizing anybody. Respect the game. Play the game,” Ditka said. “When you want to protest, protest when the game is over. Football has been so good to these guys....

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Bears Make Money, Bulls Make Money

by Jesse It’s an old Wall Street saying that ‘bears make money, bulls make money, but pigs get slaughtered.’ I think that observation might also apply to those who make public policy, those in...

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Bulls vs. Bears: A War Rages in Real Estate

A battle between bull and bear market forces is being fought in the U.S. housing market. On the one hand, millennials are living with their parents longer. On the other, one Connecticut estate aims...

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The battle boils down to what controls the market: central banks or fundamentals. Belly up to the roulette wheel and place your bets, but don’t forget that rigged games can suddenly become unrigged at the most inconvenient moments.

by Charles Hugh-Smith The battle boils down to what controls the market: central banks or fundamentals. The tug of war between Bull and Bear has rarely been so clearly matched–and the stakes have rarely...