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Mr.Cashflows Market Trends

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This blog was created to show how changing market conditions can impact an individuals portfolio. It is important as an investor to stay on top of these trends by monitoring our ever changing global economy. In the marketplace oppourtunites come and go. This blog is intended to help everyone profit through changing setiment. Feel free to leave any questions or comments.

  • QE3 Underway?

    241 Reads | 0 Comments | March 6, 2012

     This article courtesy of a post I read on the Tyhee Gold bullboard. V.TDC Article was posted by...PLAYER13    Looks like Greece is about to blow again and some say no to taking a 70 % loss on their insurance, Funny how the ones that have to pay the insurance are also the ones saying a 70% haircut is not a default which would trigger the default derivatives. There are groups out...

  • Gold Down another $35 an oz.

    85 Reads | 0 Comments | March 6, 2012

       Just so everyone is aware, I have been investing in the stock market for well over 30 years. And to be quite honest, I am beginning to "lose faith". in the system. It just seems so stacked against the retail guy that it leaves one feeling helpless. There is ABSOLUTELY no doubt in my mind that the market is the source of the worst crimimnal activity in the world...

  • Gold Down $90.00 an OZ

    112 Reads | 3 Comments | February 29, 2012

    What a complete joke...U.S dollar is climbing against every major currency on the planet and for some strange reason, I guess ALL the FISCAL problems in the USA have just simply gone away. It's amazing when Ben Bernanke was delivering remarks to the U.S. Congress today  stating the. economy is showing signs of improvement. I hope their economy is finally showing...

  • It does not look good for the U.S Dollar.

    99 Reads | 0 Comments | April 13, 2011

      The U.S. is set to have the largest budget deficit of major developed economies this year and should narrow it now rather than face tough adjustments in the next two years, the International Monetary Fund said. The U.S. shortfall will reach 10.8 percent of its gross domestic product this year, ahead of Japan and the U.K., the Washington-based IMF said in a report released today. It estimates...

  • U.N. backs no-fly zone

    90 Reads | 1 Comment | March 17, 2011

    March 17, 2011, 6:47 p.m. EDT U.N. backs no-fly zone, strikes in LibyaBy Wallace Witkowski SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- The United Nations Security Council voted 10 to 0 supporting the use of "all necessary measures" including the use of a no-fly zone to protect civilians and rebel forces in Libya from forces loyal to Col. Moammar Gadhafi. Russia and China, which...

  • TSX Venture 30 to licenses ETF

    119 Reads | 1 Comment | March 17, 2011

    Investors interested in venturing into the TSX Venture Exchange but worried about wading through the jungle of mining and start-up stocks now have a new ETF option — but will have to go south of the border for it.Index listing service Standard & Poor’s said Monday it has launched the S&P/TSX Venture 30 Index, which will track the top 30 largest and most liquid securities on the S&P...


    95 Reads | 0 Comments | March 14, 2011

    While the morons on CNBC will desperately try to spin this horrible disaster in Japan as having no impact on the U.S. or world economy. Japan has been devastated by this disaster. They are the 3rd largest economy in the world. They already had government debt that was going to lead to a Crisis. This accelerates the timeline. Charles Hugh Smith has it 100...

  • Tokyo stock market falls sharply after quake

    81 Reads | 0 Comments | March 13, 2011

     Could be a very choppy day when the market opens on Monday, could be a very volatile trading day in North America. It will be very interesting to see how commodities react given the situation in Japan and the new developments in the middle east over the weekend...Gold could have a big day, as I can see the market looking for safetyJapanese shares have plunged in early trading in the first...