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Dr Copper’s Negative Prognosis The best cure for low prices is — lower prices. A strong Dollar, declining demand growth rates in China amidst a demographic deceleration in the Western world have kept Copper and most commodities in a long term tailspin. It’s rare that commodities experience such protracted Bear…

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China and Oil’s Rational Dissipation

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Demographic Reality Hits China debt bubble, Oil junk credit crunch, commodity & emerging market depression, Russian brinkmanship and terrorism are the top themes for 2016.  Only an exogenous event spiking Oil prices and 2nd quarter seasonality are likely to temporarily extinguish these negative themes continuing in 2016. Like the obesity epidemic warping our waste-lines, the  primary anchor dragging…

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China Chicanery Causes Chaos

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Economic comparisons of economic data and stock values in most first world countries appear rational. Expectations of marginal economic growth rates and earnings in general correlate well with stock prices longer term. China is one of the exceptions that conjures assumptions of major manipulation. Chinese leaders have been gradually moving…

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