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    The ECRI Weekly Leading Index
    August 6, 2010 weekly update

    The Latest WLI Decline

    The question, of course, is whether the latest WLI decline is a leading indicator of a recession or a false negative. The index has never dropped to the current level without the onset of a recession. The deepest decline without a near-term recession was in the Crash of 1987, when the index slipped to -6.8.



    http://dshort.com/articles/ECRI-Week...ing-Index.html
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    Analyzing Pattern of S&P 500 Index Rally
    By David Banister Aug 05, 2010 9:10 am
    We're likely to have a terminal top or a throw-over top in the next few days on this rally followed by a substantial correction.

    http://www.minyanville.com/businessm.../2010/id/29477
    “There is only one side to the stock market; and it is not the bull side or the bear side, but the right side” Jesse L. Livermore

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    Tail Wagging the Dog?
    by derek 06 Aug 0 Comments
    “I measure what’s going on, and I adapt to it. I try to get my ego out of the way. The market is smarter than I am, so I bend.” Martin Zweig

    http://derekhernquist.com/2010/08/06...gging-the-dog/
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    Personal Finance
    High-Frequency Programmers Revolt Over Pay
    Emily Lambert, 07.28.10, 02:36 PM EDT
    Computer jockeys setting up own shops in bids to make millions.

    http://www.forbes.com/2010/07/28/hig...ammer-pay.html
    “There is only one side to the stock market; and it is not the bull side or the bear side, but the right side” Jesse L. Livermore

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    Retirement? You Must Be Kidding. Workers Are Emptying
    Retirement Plans To Stay Afloat.

    By Susie Madrak Sunday Aug 01, 2010 7:00am
    This is why we should not only not cut Social Security, we should expand it. The workers who relied on 401Ks have finally figured out why companies were so happy to have them replace pension plans, and anyone who has a public pension plan better get ready as deficit hawks attack:
    http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madr...kidding-worker
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    I wish robo would tell us how he really feels. (robo, go ahead and swing for the fences. I've got your back)


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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyJoe View Post
    I wish robo would tell us how he really feels. (robo, go ahead and swing for the fences. I've got your back)
    Thanks!

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    Up next is - "Easy Money Monday" and the week before the month’s options expirations week, which tends to be negative, but I don't trade on this data.

    Market Condition: Overbought

    Robo

    Comments: August 6, 2010,

    Current position Long: 50% Rydex NDX 2x Fund for Monday. The private sector added less jobs than expected knocking the market down in the morning. Goldman Sachs added fuel to the decline by revising downward their estimate for GDP growth in 2011. Did Goldman make money from their comments? Does Goldman trade stocks? In any event the market mostly recovered by the end of the day similar to Thursday's action. The Fed rate announcement will be on Tuesday 2:15 PM ET. Our signal is a partial "long". Please pick up your free password so you can read about our longer-term forecast, and download the free "T" index software.

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    Consumer Metrics Institute Growth Index
    August 8, 2010 new update


    Preliminary Conclusion

    The Consumer Metrics Institute's Growth Index hasn't been in operation very long, but thus far it has been an effective leading indicator of GDP. As such, the prospect of a double-dip recession, something that's happened only once since the Great Depression, remains a possibility.


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    NYSE Reversal Indicator
    Written by Ryan Mallory | 07 August 2010

    After yesterday's strong afternoon rally after hitting some major lows on an intraday basis, I think it is still quite clear that the bulls still have control of the market. I expect that this is will be the week that we will test and likely break that 1130 level on the S&P. If that occurs I think that we'll see another phase of short squeezes thereby driving the market even higher. Notice though, that we are at the high end of the range on the NYSE reversal indicator, but historically, that can mean there is still another 2-3 weeks before seeing any substantial selling - but it is definitely worth noting.

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    Market Barometer The SharePlanner Market Barometer is provided to you as a resource in determining overall market direction and mood. We primarily use moving averages to dictate direction for each of the indices listed below in combination with current closing prices, and the MACD indicator. The format is easy to read and understand and should help you better understand Wall Street sentiment and how that may affect the individual stocks in your portfolio.

    The Market Barometer is updated at the end of each week. Last updated on 8/1/10


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    Reality Beckons (Government Pensions)
    Since I've said "I told you so" a few times of late, this time I'll just do this.....

    •Unfunded pension liabilities are approximately $2.5
    trillion, compared to the reported amount of $493 billion.


    •Unfunded liabilities for health and other benefits are
    $558 billion, compared to the reported $537 billion.


    •Thus, total unfunded liabilities for all benefit plans are an
    estimated $3.1 trillion — nearly three times higher than
    the plans report.
    If you need this translated, it's very simple:

    You're not going to get the money you think you were promised.
    http://market-ticker.org/archives/25...-Pensions.html
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