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Multiple Jobholders As A Percent Of The Employed: Two Decades Of Trends

August 4th, 2014

dataDoug Short:  What are the long-term trends for the percentage of multiple jobholders in the US? The Bureau of Labor Statistics has two decades of historical data to enlighten us on that topic, courtesy of Table A-16 monthly Current Population Survey. Read more…

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How To Trade When Panic Strikes

August 4th, 2014

market-fear-panicEvery month, I get together with Alexander Green, Sean Brodrick, Matt Carr and several other Oxford Club investment strategists to shoot a video we call the Editors Roundtable. It’s a lively discussion – and sometimes a debate – about current Read more…

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The Core Workforce Part-Time Employment Ratio Continues To Improve

August 4th, 2014

jobsDoug Short:  Let’s take a close look at last week’s employment report numbers on Full and Part-Time Employment. Buried near the bottom of Table A-9 of the government’s Employment Situation Summary are the numbers for Full- and Part-Time Workers Read more…

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Real Earnings Of Private Employees Declined Again In July

August 4th, 2014

dataDoug Short:  Here is a look at two key numbers in last week’s monthly employment report for July: Read more…

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Does This Chart Point To A Stock Market Bubble?

August 1st, 2014

technical-lookJay Taylor: Earlier this week my colleague Chris Preston pointed to a recent spike in the number of initial public offerings. Read more…

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Stock Corrections: How Bad Can They Be And What Can We Do?

August 1st, 2014

bearbull21-150x1501Chris Ciovacco: It has not been difficult to find “as long as the Fed is in charge, we will never have another serious correction”comments in recent weeks. The July 31 selloff in risk assets may have brought some back closer to reality. Read more…

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ISM Manufacturing Index: Growth Beats Forecast

August 1st, 2014

manufacturing growthDoug Short: Today the Institute for Supply Management published its July Manufacturing Report. The latest headline PMI at 57.1 came in well above last month’s 55.3 percent and above the Investing.com forecast of 56.0. Read more…

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209K New Nonfarm Jobs In July, Unemployment Rate Rises To 6.2%

August 1st, 2014

jobsDoug Short:  Here are the lead paragraphs from the Employment Situation Summary released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics: Read more…

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PCE Price Index: Headline and Core Little Changed, Remain Below Target

August 1st, 2014

dataDoug Short: The Personal Income and Outlays report for June was published this morning by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Read more…

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Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500: Key Levels To Watch On The Drop

July 31st, 2014

technical chart lookCorey Rosenbloom: It’s good when logic trumps irrationality, and price retraces in a stable uptrend instead of charging higher every single day. Read more…

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Is The Bull Case Improving or Deteriorating?

July 31st, 2014

bearbull21-150x1501Chris Ciovacco: The Federal Reserve provided a mixed message Wednesday, but the tone remained equity friendly. Read more…

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The Never-Ending ‘Recovery’

July 31st, 2014

economyJeff Nielson: Follow along, ladies and gentlemen, as the amazing tale of the U.S. “economic recovery” is presented to readers. This journey into the surreal begins with an obvious question: how was this Never-Ending Recovery created, which (supposedly) Read more…

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Chicago PMI Collapses To 13-Month Lows, Biggest Miss On Record

July 31st, 2014

dataTyler Durden:  We warned last month that under the covers Chicago PMI looked a lot weaker than the headlines and this morning’s collapse confirms that. Read more…

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New Jobless Claims Rebound From Last Week’s Low

July 31st, 2014

jobsDoug Short:  A big jump in new claims this week was partly the result of a 5K downward adjustment to last week’s claims. On a more positive note, the four-week moving average is the lowest since April 2006. Here is the opening statement from the Department of Labor: Read more…

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Sowing The Seeds Of The Next Depression

July 30th, 2014

Economy recessionToby Connor: In their infinity wisdom the Fed thinks they have rescued the economy by inflating asset prices and creating a so called “wealth affect”. Read more…

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