All posts tagged "cxo advisory"

  • Marc Faber Likes Gold and Emerging Markets Stocks

    Marc Faber recently told CNBCs David Faber that investors should buy some gold every month “forever” or look to emerging market stocks rather than US shares. Separately, CXO Advisory reports Marc Faber’s comments regarding U. S. equities,...

    • Posted March 6, 2010
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  • Richard Russell Flip Flops to Bearish

    Within the past month, Richard Russell said he was bullish on the market. Something about primary and secondary trends. CXO Advisory now says Russell, in one of the quickest changes of opinion ever recorded, has turned negative...

    • Posted November 28, 2009
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  • Richard Russell is Now a Confirmed Bull

    According to CXO Advisory, Richard Russell, the long-time Dow Theory Letters newsletter writer, has recently come out and said he is bullish on the primary and secondary trends of the stock market. CXO rates Russell’s timing abilities...

    • Posted November 20, 2009
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  • Marc Faber is Looking for a 20% Correction in Equities

    I try to keep up with the forecasts of Marc Faber since he’s always interesting to listen to and is frequently right about the direction of the markets, but I missed his latest call for a 20%...

    • Posted October 9, 2009
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  • Jeremy Grantham, "We are in for seven lean years"

    Jeremy Grantham recognized the bubble a couple of years ago, “everywhere, in everything.” He was right then and accurately called the bottom of the market in March. Grantham now sees the current rally continuing longer than most...

    • Posted August 16, 2009
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  • Gary Kaltbaum Gives the Market the Benefit of the Doubt

    Gary Kaltbaum, Investor’s Edge radio commentator and TradingMarkets.com contributor, was quoted this week saying, “the market has spoken up and for me, it is nothing but bullish. …Until distribution shows up in a meaningful fashion, the market...

    • Posted July 30, 2009
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  • CXO Guru Grades

    CXO Advisory has a plethora of information about market gurus and the accuracy of their predictions. It is sobering when you realize how human the “experts” are in making market calls. Three out of five gurus get...

    • Posted September 6, 2008
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