Mark J Lundeen

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On Tuesday of last week (March 5), the Dow Jones closed above its last all-time high of 14,164.53 on 9 October 2007, when it closed at 14,253.77.  As seen in the table below, each day since (until today), the Dow Jones made a new all-time...
I’m constantly on guard not to bore my readers with tedious, repetitious comments week after week.  However, with the markets acting as they are, it’s impossible not to be repetitive as the markets are mostly a repeat of the previous week’...
The Dow Jones ended the week with a small gain, but this is no big deal as it did so because the Federal Reserve made sure it did.  Here is an article which quotes the President of the Dallas Fed admitting that the Fed is manipulating the...
What is going on with the Dow Jones?  See in the BEV chart below how currently the Dow Jones has yet to rise up to the red line for a new all-time high.  It’s been 1,350 trading days since the October 2007’s all-time high.  The bulls...
The Dow Jones (Blue Plot / Left Scale below) closed above 14,000 for the first time since October 2007.  Closed above 14,000 in nominal dollars that is.  In constant 1979 dollar terms (Red Plot / Right Scale) the Dow Jones today closed 30...
Well, it appears that the Dow Jones is going to take out its last all-time high of October 2007, even as market trading volume is collapsing.   That fact alone should make us wary of the stock market, but the Dow Jones doesn’t seem to care...
“Economic stimulation” is now a way of life for our “policy makers.”  They have no other choice today but work hard all day and all night long.  As Richard Russell has said for decades; “the Federal Reserve must inflate or die.”  He was...
The word I would use to describe this market is “tedious.”   It seems that nothing truly exciting has occurred since the monetary metals, and the Dow Jones took their plunges in 2011.  In our theatre-of-the-absurd called the financial...
Let's take a historical look at daily volatility in the old monetary metals from the early days of the 1969-80 bull market to the present. Doing so, we'll gain a unique insight into the current bull market in gold and silver, as there are...
Let's take a historical look at daily volatility in the old monetary metals from the early days of the 1969-80 bull market to the present. Doing so, we'll gain a unique insight into the current bull market in gold and silver, as there are...

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