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  • yourdeadmeat69 yourdeadmeat69 May 12, 2013 10:14 PM Flag

    12-16 May '13 Economic Calendar: Half of America has missed the rally

    Quiet week, so anal-ysts are drumming up business by pointing out 1/2 remain on the sidelines--that's folks, not money. It's more like a 20% impact--but it is 20%. Thursday jobless claims is the big elephant in the room. Go away in May has not happened yet, and duration will be shorter than most imho.

    12 May Monday 8:30 a.m. retail sales. 10 a.m. business inventories

    13 May Tuesday 7:30 a.m. National Federation of Independent Business survey. 8:30 a.m. import prices

    14 May Wednesday 8:30 a.m. Producer Price Index and Empire State survey. 9 a.m. Treasury International Capital data. 9:15 a.m. industrial production. 10 a.m. National Association of Home Builders survey

    15 May Thursday 8:30 a.m. initial jobless claims, Consumer Price Index, housing starts. 10 a.m. Philadelphia Fed 12:30 p.m. Fed Gov. Sarah Raskin on economy

    16 May Friday 9:55 a.m. consumer sentiment. 10 a.m. leading indicators

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    • As dollars improve (33% to date) imports deflate (another 1%) the world's original economic juggernaut, the US, however built on fabricated money, the set up is for US to resurge as the world's drunken sailor with a year's advance pay in its pocket. 95 dollar oil looks cheap where $70 had US cringing 2007. This doesn't look good to investing lemmings looking for bright shiny equity objects and moving past silver and gold to the next fad, a fabricated market. How long can this last? Until we remember Bernanke leaves in January.

      Silver in the teens would mark a capitulative event. Ooofff!!!!!!!!!

    • Yo YDM better than expected retail consumer numbers in spite of the gasoline sell down, so inflation at the core is heating up, gave credence to the WSJ article touting the Fed planning to stop the bond buying sooner rather than later--surprised market was dead even today--the good retail numbers should have blasted us forward, became a countervailing force against the WSJ planning article.

      I think the market barreling forward days are fast becoming history.

    • Think we can believe any of these Obama twisted numbers ?

      • 1 Reply to dalerobin777
      • It doesn't matter if they are believable or not...The control the information flow, so we all have to deal with whatever is released.

        I don't understand why people get frustrated or annoyed with whatever numbers are spoon fed to us. It is what it is and it's never going to change, so adjust your investing game plan accordingly!

        Every negative can be turned into a positive, you just have to know how to do it!

    • Love these updates YDM, keep them coming every Monday!

 
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