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Markets

Another Car Like Never Before

I’ve spent the past couple of weeks pouring over charts… easily several hundred of them. You see, our Dent Research Irrational Economic Summit is less than a week away and

Life Cycle

What Turns My Head… About GDP

Rodney Johnson | Thursday, October 31, 2013 >> A great body and a back-end to die for. Those are the things that grab my attention. From time to time I’ll

Markets

USD/JPY a Tightly Coiled Spring

The USD/JPY exchange rate is at a pivotal turning point. After spending the last seven months trading up and down in a sideways triangle pattern, this pair is wound tight

Markets

This Doesn’t Fly for Several Reasons

Rodney Johnson | Wednesday, October 30, 2013 >> When I give presentations these days I get the chance to annoy audiences. I make them squirm a bit in their seats

Markets

An Arabian Bull is Born

Managing Editor’s Note: Today we bring you a very special guest contributor. Mark Galasiewski works with Robert Prechter at Elliott Wave International and is the Editor of The Asian-Pacific Financial

Markets

How to Beat the Cheesecake Factory Effect

Forex traders have it easy. While there are more than 30 tradable currency pairs, only about eight of them – the majors – are heavily traded. That means a currency

Markets

Did You Buy this Breakout?

On August 5 I alerted you to a breakout in progress. Did you make the trade? The stock was Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), a global leader in the manufacturing of

Markets

Taking a Bite Out of Cat

Rodney Johnson | Monday, October 28, 2013 >> My father often said that children exist to make a liar out of you. No matter what you think they will do

Markets

China’s Massive Commodity Markets

If you think of New York when you think of stocks, you likely also think of Chicago when you think of commodities. For decades, U.S. farmers and commodity traders have

Economy

Wheezy, Conniving, and Generally Bad News

Harry S. Dent | Friday, October 25, 2013 >> In past articles I’ve shown how China’s debt has grown much larger and much faster than other emerging countries. It has