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    We got a mixed close today, with the S&P dipping a bit and the DWCPF adding to its upside gains. We did see the market show its resilience by coming back from negative territory at the open.

    The CBOE has not posted. TRIN and TRINQ remain neutral. Breadth remains bullish.

    NAAIM came in bullish. The smart money is not looking for weakness.

    I remain bullish.

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    https://gnseconomics.com/en_US/2020/...-the-collapse/

    Cool, You've been sounding the horn for some time. This certainly has my attention. It's causing me considerable thought. Seem plausible to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wahinepio View Post
    https://gnseconomics.com/en_US/2020/...-the-collapse/

    Cool, You've been sounding the horn for some time. This certainly has my attention. It's causing me considerable thought. Seem plausible to you?
    I've watched many videos from many knowledgeable (and inside) professionals. This article captures many of the same themes I've heard elsewhere, but does do a great job of laying out the possible framework. It's very plausible. We are headed to uncharted territory, but there is a plan(s) of execution that is playing out that I believe will attempt to minimize the impact, which could be significant even if it's minimized.

    I expect much better times for those of us who are not in the "club". But the transition to get there needs to be crossed.

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    Not sure how anyone can be bullish if they believe we are headed for a scenario like the one described in wahenepio's post. If that's where it's headed, better move to G for the next 5 years.
    Last edited by Happy_Trails; 02-15-2020 at 08:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Trails View Post
    If that's where it's headed, better move to G for the next 5 years.
    Right now the trend is up. If you're worried about the collapse, the best insurance is to stockpile ammunition.

    wahinepio, how did you ever find that site? That company is located in Finland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullitt View Post
    Right now the trend is up. If you're worried about the collapse, the best insurance is to stockpile ammunition.

    wahinepio, how did you ever find that site? That company is located in Finland.
    Honestly, for every piece like this, you can find another that counters it with a bullish outlook. Better not to bet the farm or your retirement account on opinion pieces about market collapses. Google Paul B. Farrell as an example or the Hussman Group.

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    The bulls had another great week, last week. The selling pressure from 2-3 weeks ago is now a distant memory as price plumbs new highs.

    S&P 500.png
    DWCPF.png

    The charts look great!

    For Monday, the CBOE is neutral as are TRIN and TRINQ. Breadth remains bullish.

    The bulls got great news last Thursday, when NAAIM reported an increase in bullishness as we head into the new week.

    I remain bullish.

    I would like to reiterate my long term view that the financial system is headed for major changes in structure. Some might interpret that as almost synonymous with a market crash. While that is something that may occur at some point, focusing on that would miss the point completely. And it is also possible that a crash (as we've known them) may not happen in the way they've occurred in years past. The key terminology is "change in structure".

    I do not know exactly what that change may be, though I have a good idea where it would start. I also do not know the timeline, though the process has been ongoing for some time now. Those of you who have been listening to the X22 Report are ahead of the game in this regard. And I am seeing indications that this site has gained a huge following as folks continue to learn about it. Some of you have contacted me in the past to thank me for pointing you in that direction. This is my main reason for being on this board. I am simply trying to help folks gain an understanding of things the MSM won't tell you (primarily financial) while hopefully helping to increase your TSP net worth in the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolhand View Post
    The bulls had another great week, last week. The selling pressure from 2-3 weeks ago is now a distant memory as price plumbs new highs.

    S&P 500.png
    DWCPF.png

    The charts look great!

    For Monday, the CBOE is neutral as are TRIN and TRINQ. Breadth remains bullish.

    The bulls got great news last Thursday, when NAAIM reported an increase in bullishness as we head into the new week.

    I remain bullish.

    I would like to reiterate my long term view that the financial system is headed for major changes in structure. Some might interpret that as almost synonymous with a market crash. While that is something that may occur at some point, focusing on that would miss the point completely. And it is also possible that a crash (as we've known them) may not happen in the way they've occurred in years past. The key terminology is "change in structure".

    I do not know exactly what that change may be, though I have a good idea where it would start. I also do not know the timeline, though the process has been ongoing for some time now. Those of you who have been listening to the X22 Report are ahead of the game in this regard. And I am seeing indications that this site has gained a huge following as folks continue to learn about it. Some of you have contacted me in the past to thank me for pointing you in that direction. This is my main reason for being on this board. I am simply trying to help folks gain an understanding of things the MSM won't tell you (primarily financial) while hopefully helping to increase your TSP net worth in the process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullitt View Post
    Right now the trend is up. If you're worried about the collapse, the best insurance is to stockpile ammunition.

    wahinepio, how did you ever find that site? That company is located in Finland.
    Bullitt: we have internet in Hawaii, but what we DON'T have is ammo... heeeeelp 🚣*♂️


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    Thanks Cool! Your comments are a must read for me! One of the first things I look for on the TSP site!

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    CH,

    We appreciate you analysis and comments!
    Past Returns:: 2019:​+4.49% 2018: -1.47%, 2017: +12.83%, 2016: +11%, 2015: -.12%, 2014: +6.88%, 2013: +22.39%, ​7 Year Average:+7.95%

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    The market gave us a mixed close today, but showed its resilience in the process as the averages erased much of early losses.

    This evening, the CBOE is neutral. TRIN and TRINQ are leaning bullish. Breadth dipped, but remains bullish.

    The signals suggest the market tries to move higher tomorrow. I remain bullish.

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