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This Market Is Looking a Lot Like 1937

Tue Apr 29th, 2014

Dave Skarica

At that time, no one knew what would happen when federal stimulus money ceased to flow into the economy. Sound familiar?

Stocks: 6 Reasons Last Week's Bull Market Anniversary Felt Just Like the 2000 Crash

Mon Mar 17th, 2014

Dave Skarica

It's been five years since we hit a market bottom, but all signs suggest stocks could top out soon.

Beware the Parabolic Curve in Biotech

Thu Feb 20th, 2014

Dave Skarica

Biotech stocks outperformed the market during the 2008 financial crisis. In late 2011, something changed: Loose money piled in.

Are We in a Stock Market Bubble? What the CAPE Ratio Is Saying

Thu Jan 30th, 2014

Dave Skarica

The problem with bubbles is that you look silly if you don't jump in when they're happening, but equally foolish if you're caught in one when it bursts.

Is the Bear Market of 2014 About to Begin? 5 Signs That Say Yes

Mon Jan 27th, 2014

Dave Skarica

For one thing, this bull market is getting old.

Opinion: This Will Be the Year Tech Stocks Finally Tumble

Thu Jan 16th, 2014

Dave Skarica

We're seeing a market that's just like 2000, when everyone was bullish and tech valuations were sky-high.

Sentiment Reaching Scary Extremes in US Stock Market: Time to Get Defensive

Fri Dec 13th, 2013

Dave Skarica

We haven't see this much bullishness since the height of the dot-com bubble.

Could Tesla Finally Be Rolling Over?

Wed Nov 6th, 2013

Dave Skarica

Even if Tesla becomes a great buy at the bottom of the next bear market, its valuation suggests it's due for a big tumble.

The Bull Market No One Is Talking About

Fri Oct 25th, 2013

Dave Skarica

European stocks will continue their rallies and the euro will continue to hit new multiyear highs -- and virtually everyone will continue to not notice.

Budget Follies Are a Warning Sign for the Dollar

Fri Oct 18th, 2013

Dave Skarica

Superpowers decline and fall the same way: They rise to power, overexpand their reach in the world, spend too much domestically, then lose control of their finances and devalue their currency to nothing in order to pay for it.
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