Monthly Archives: March 2015

Why It’s The 2009 Bull Market All Over Again

Corporate profits for US companies—especially small caps—could be set to soar 20% in the first half of 2015.
That’s what happens when the CPI—the Consumer Price Index—breaks up and away from the PPI—the Producer Price Index.
The chart below (courtesy of  Unit Economics in Boston) shows that the Consumer Price Index has only moved slightly negative (only […]

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The Five Blogs Every Investor Needs to be Reading

Close that Bloomberg tab, cancel your subscription to Barron’s, and don’t you dare even think about turning on “Mad Money.” These media outlets are like drugs: they provide a rush but ultimately leave us no better off than we were before. Actually, there is a good chance these financial vices are making you worse off. Consume enough […]

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