Mark J Lundeen

Mark J Lundeen Articles

Let's take a look at gold, silver and the Dow Jones from their lows of the Credit Crisis, starting with the Bear's Eye View and price charts for silver.
Two years after the credit-crisis panic in the autumn of 2008, and 21 months after the March 2009 stock market bottom, let's take a look at what's hot and what's not. Using:
Since I've started my weekly market report in October 2008, I've written over 400,000 words, constructing thousands of charts and over 100 different reports in the process: time for a bit of a rest. With no DJIA 2%, or NYSE 70% A-D days...
You may think I'm just being stubborn, insisting we're still in a historic Bear Market. But ten months after the March 2009 BEV -53.78% Bottom, it's becoming clear the Bulls are just as stubborn as I am, but for weaker reasons.
My Problems With The DJIA Bull Electrical Power Consumption Down 4.51% Solar Power's Contribution to the Green Economy Upward Base-Line Price Shifts Color Key to text below Boiler Plate in Blue Grey New Weekly Commentary in Black
Here is the BEV chart for the Bear Race. The weekly closing price BEV (Bear's Eye View) results for week 58 in the Dow Jones' 1929 & 2007 bear market's race to the Bottom are as follows:
This article is my third in a series examining the historical importance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). The DJIA may be an outdated metric to some, but no other measurement of the American stock market spans three centuries....
From 1885 to 2008, (123 years) the Dow Jones Industrial Average, (DJIA*) has fallen -40% from a bull market high on only nine occasions. Such deep bear markets are always historic and distressing. Using my “Bear’s Eye View” (BEV) chart...
Part 2: Stock Earnings & Dow Jones Industrial Average  
Drug addiction is precisely the correct analogy of what has happened to the world’s capital markets during the Greenspan’s Chairmanship of the Federal Reserve.

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In 1934 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt devalued the dollar by raising the price of gold to $35 per ounce.