Comments on: The new long-term bull market ahead http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/ Sat, 03 Jan 2015 16:42:55 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: MAESTRADE http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1056 Thu, 25 Jul 2013 00:34:54 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1056 The bull market is really there.
Only it will last as long as the Dow Jones Industrial rockets and we foresee a potential up to 21,000 or + 35% that could be reached within a year.
21,000 is the level of the Quaterly Bollinger band which is flat and thus is the high risk level.
Therafter a huge correction is unavoidable, down to 13000 or -38%, for the Bollinger Bands are too wide to allow further expansion in 2014.
So we gotta be sectors pickers. We favor Semiconductors, Biotechnology, Pipelines, Japan, Malaysia.

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By: OUTPOST2012.NET http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1053 Mon, 22 Jul 2013 14:55:35 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1053 Monsieur Anatole is mumbling.

I don’t see the point. What’s point? That five-year troubles of many people made balance sheets better? It is a very old thought. A common place, actually. It was expected that paying off debts, public and private, would be pivotal for the end of the recession.

” Global imbalances have been largely eliminated.” They have. We know that corporation profits are huge. That mergers made the corporation stronger. That efficiency and further rationalization have been invested heavily.

What is missing in the article? The explanation what is going to be a New Economic Model?!

I say: Kaletsky is mumbling.

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By: BidnisMan http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1049 Fri, 19 Jul 2013 00:31:25 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1049 Well, it is indeed a market. And it level at all times high is a result of bull-der-dash money printing. So, from a certain point of view, it is a bull market. The real measure of the economy is employment which is at all time lows.

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By: UScitizentoo http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1048 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 23:37:14 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1048 When does the bull market begin – before or after we’re all bankrupt?

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By: Benny27 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1046 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 18:39:35 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1046 Hey you guys ARE smarter than this commenter, I guess you should cash out of stocks and sit on the sidelines!

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By: MediaSimp http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1044 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 17:33:02 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1044 In spite of the knowledge by every thinking individual that the recession is far from over (unemployment is still much too high in many regions, millions of Americans lack basic savings, let alone solid retirement funds, and housing prices are still on the decline, despite reports to the contrary), looking at none of the realities and focusing only on past economic behavior, as you’re attempting to do here, leaves one scratching one’s head as to the conclusions.

The 1925 breakout happened a mere four years before the biggest depression of the modern era, which was only recovered from by the infrastructure building of WWII (and post WWII). The 1954 breakout was followed by the recession of 1960-61, and then the recession of 69-70, and then again in 73-75. The 1980 breakout happened during a recession and was also followed by yet another recession in 1981-82 and later in 1990-91.

Absolutely, these breakouts are a sign for the well-informed. Hardly history pointing in the upward direction, though.

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By: joe10082 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1043 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 17:12:20 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1043 It is estimated that the total U.S. obligations, supported only by the confidence of a world audience that believes we will in fact meet our financial commitments here at home and abroad (treasury bonds purchased), now exceeds 220 trillion dollars. This is not just a small financial hill to cross over, it is an insurmountably high ice capped mountain that cannot be successfully climbed even in the long term and it will display its real face in the months ahead in 2013 and early in 2014, especially as many hundreds of astute businessmen pull millions of their shares of stock out of the market place owing to an increasingly weak U.S. dollar.

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By: keebo http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/2013/07/18/the-new-long-term-bull-market-ahead/#comment-1042 Thu, 18 Jul 2013 16:55:45 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/anatole-kaletsky/?p=443#comment-1042 “the U.S. government’s deficit problems have been resolved” – What are you smoking now Kaletsky?

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