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The Justa and Lars Honors Bob Brinker Investment Club Thread
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Folks here at the club have gathered on this thread to discuss Marketimer author and former financial radio talk show host, Bob Brinker. You are invited to discuss his philosophy, market timing calls, and other related topics with current and former subscribers and listeners who enjoy learning and sharing their knowledge and ideas.

General objective discussion about the economy, finance, and the equity/bond markets and their go-forward prospects are also welcome.

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While discussion about Bob Brinker's recent stock market calls or recommended portfolio allocations is appropriate (i.e. agree/disagree and why), we do not discuss PERSONAL FEELings about Brinker himself and his family (i.e. he's got integrity / he doesn't have integrity... he's a liar/he's candid... he's a whatever or he's not....).

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9795Ten year T-Notes' yield is still increasing: U.S. INDICES Value Investor2-last Monday
9794More of the same... stocks go up-up-and-away while long-term interest rates climInvestor21January 8
9793AAII Sentiment Survey aaii.comInvestor21January 7
9792Ten year note is back above 1.0%, with the yield curve starting to steepen a litInvestor2-January 7
9791Merry Christmas to all! I2Investor2212/25/2020
9790Happy Holidays to you too! It's good to hear from you again! Best wishes,Investor2-12/14/2020
9789"It's like déjà vu all over again."-Yogi Berra Happy HMrGreenJeans-12/14/2020
9788Deja Vu? [graphic]Investor2-12/14/2020
9787Looks like 2020 rhymes with 2009. [graphic] Hope everyone is well! I2Investor2-12/4/2020
9786I2 To quote an old Brinkerism: "ELEVATOR, ELEVATOR - WHO's GOT THE SHBoca_PETE-11/16/2020
9785AAII sentiment is peaking. [graphic]Investor2111/16/2020
9784Lot's of movement today! U.S. INDICES Value Change Investor2-11/9/2020
9783yea. the uglier the better... this market will eventually do much much better.rsie19/3/2020
9782Hi rsei! Good to hear from you again. Looks like the tech stocks took a littleInvestor2-9/3/2020
9781best market since 1984? wow.rsie-8/31/2020
97802009 SPX compared to 2020 SPX. [graphic] Best wishes, I2Investor218/29/2020
9779Does anyone remember stagflation? Bond Real Yields: What’s Happening Beneath theInvestor2-8/20/2020
9778 S&P 500 closes at a record, erasing last of pandemic losses Wall StreeInvestor2-8/18/2020
9777But no one has yet figured out how to get out of this. The path in view is extenInvestor2-8/2/2020
9775Nasdaq is now 22% above its 200-day SMA. In Feb. it only reached 20% above that Investor217/7/2020
9774Good find. Thanks for the link! Best wishes, I2Investor217/5/2020
9773If you miss the sound of his voice, click on the below link: PBoca_PETE-7/5/2020
9772IMHO, Good advice in the referenced article. PBoca_PETE-6/29/2020
9771 2020 Mid-Year Outlook: Moving at Warp Speed [graphic] By Schwab Investor216/27/2020
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