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Hi, I will be using this thread as a notebook and a place to centralize many of my web-Site charts that I have been posting on different threads on SI.

This should enable me to streamline and send the different folks I talk with on SI over here, to check out A specific chart or my comments on a market that I have mentioned elsewhere.

I will be using a variety of Technical analysis approaches as well as examining some fundamental and Economic trends that are occurring Globally.

We'll have lots of discussion on the US stock and Bond markets, but I will occasionally have some Observations and thoughts on a variety of Global Capital Markets.

I have worked with the FX markets for a number of years, and it's my belief that movements in currency-cross rates and changes in interest rate differentials among the major currencies that act as the catalyst for in significant shifts in the Global Flow of Funds.

This Global Flow of Funds and the direction in which capital moves then precipitates moves in different Global Debt and Equity Markets, As Global capital effortlessly prints around the world, to take advantage of the ongoing battle of Risk vs. Reward

The Thai Baht devaluation of July 2nd, 1997 is thought by many to be the initial catalyst for the round of currency weakness on the Asian Pacific Rim.

The weakened currencies, then lead to significant moves in bond and equity
Markets around the world. Culminating with the Bankruptcy of Russia and the Bankruptcy of Long-Term Capital, which did not expect Credit, spreads on Global Debt to expand to such extremes Against US Treasuries.

In fact we had a Stock Market crash in Hong Kong in 1997, and then serious declines in Latin America And many other emerging markets. As well as a significant stock market decline in the US market during Q2 and Q3 of 1998.

This new Millenium will undoubtedly provide plenty of volatility and topics to explore
As time goes on. I will also be doing some minor tutorials for a few friends such as
Tom, Mike, AntMan, etc.

Having the Nasd move full 4 standard deviations above it's 200 DMA this past Month, the first time this has occurred in a major mature market, is just the tip of the iceberg in term of some of the market developments that I'll be exploring.

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15857For some reason my grandfather cut this poem out just after 1929 I presume. Oh hrichardred304/22/2014 01:14 PM
15856Why Didn't the Dollar Rally During the Recent Downturn? It could be becauseJohn Pitera204/21/2014 07:46 PM
15855The $USD index has been making lower highs and is in a technical sell on the DaiJohn Pitera304/21/2014 09:26 AM
15854Great post iso... Davy Crockett-04/21/2014 12:21 AM
15853Back in his heyday, in the 80s, Joe Granville used to call em the "bag holdisopatch504/20/2014 04:45 PM
15852Hi 3bar, Thanks... but these days I'm trying to figure out the direction ofDavy Crockett-04/20/2014 03:43 PM
15851Can you get me one , only if it works . Here is a junior you should look at ZEN3bar-04/20/2014 09:12 AM
15850Japan's consumer confidence, in advance of the implementation of their new sHawkmoon204/19/2014 02:21 AM
15849FED. <....doing everything it can to provide the Treasury with minimal borrowisopatch204/18/2014 10:37 AM
15848In Going Long, the Fed Is Short-Sighted It's doing everything it can to provJohn Pitera204/18/2014 02:17 AM
158472nd important reason why, in 2004, we began our LT redeployment of capital fromisopatch304/17/2014 10:57 PM
15846sorry, can't find a link but I saw him on CNBC interview March 2009 where heMike M2-04/17/2014 12:41 PM
15845Below is ONE of several very important reasons why, in 2004, we began a very LTisopatch304/17/2014 12:37 PM
15844 The $TNX is going to break down below it's 2.58% low and that is going to dJohn Pitera404/17/2014 09:48 AM
15843You have a link? cmg-04/17/2014 07:29 AM
15842 To: CrashJPMorgan who wrote ( 141051) 4/17/2014 1:30:47 AM From: John PiterJohn Pitera-04/17/2014 01:35 AM
15841Baltic Dry Index continues its decline to a new 6 mo. low:  isopatch404/17/2014 12:46 AM
15840Hi John, On the S&P 500 monthly chart that you posted... All I gotta say iDavy Crockett104/16/2014 11:39 PM
15839Thanks! ...i'm still wearing that hat... :) It keeps me honest. Regards,Davy Crockett-04/16/2014 11:24 PM
15838Good chart work, as always, John. Stock Market is no longer my focus. Took 10 yisopatch104/16/2014 09:14 PM
15837The broker dealers XBD had also been battling at it's 200 DMA [graphicJohn Pitera304/16/2014 08:20 PM
15836The Daily NASD hit it's 200 DMA yesterday at 1:02 pm and thus we have short John Pitera-04/16/2014 08:15 PM
15835[graphic] Hi Mike I was viewing it as a major bottom as well Link: SI MessagJohn Pitera204/16/2014 07:58 PM
15834Been listening to you since you were on that Riverboat show 40 years ago ! You s3bar-04/16/2014 06:17 PM
15833bearing in mind that this article is from the Daily Mail (a UK rag) ... they havDavy Crockett-04/16/2014 05:39 PM
15832I called it too... March 6, 2009  ... but I'Davy Crockett-04/16/2014 05:18 PM
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