October 8, 2017
Re: Paid-for Benefits – Serenity – US Market & the US Dollar - Points to Ponder
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Last Sunday I went to dinner with a Japanese girl friend. It was her Birthday and she wore a Japanese kimono. The Kimono was as beautiful as she was. She must have spent a lot of time doing her hair and her makeup. It certainly was a sight to see.
By tradition the Kimono is only to be worn on special occasions such as a wedding, a birthday or at a funeral and because it was her birthday she was able to wear her beautiful kimono.
Although, we talked during dinner, I was struck by the way she pensively and quietly ate her dinner.
I was observing her with awe because, all I saw in her facial expression was tranquility, calmness and quiet peacefulness. Her face reflected absolute serenity.
I hope that someday I will be able to reach that absolute serenity and I am writing this because, we should all strive to be so serene. Serenity is a goal for all of us to try and obtain.
US Markets & the US Dollar
On Thursday in our Paid-for “From the Desk of Nick Nicolaas” Message #111, l wrote to be very cautious and on guard because, I said the US stock Markets might correct going into Monday the week ahead of us.
Yesterday in Message #112 I restated that we must be very cautious this coming week when trading the US markets next week. The trend continuous to be Bullish in the long-term however, we are due for a correction in the short-term. So, be careful when trading in the near-term.
On Friday the US No-Farm Payrolls indicated an upward trend and we did see a higher US Dollar. Because of this, Gold was weaker but, the metal immediately rebounded and Closed at $1,274.90 for the day.
The bias in the US dollar remains negative and the US dollar continuous to be unloved. A lot of investors are still questioning the rally and are looking for a pullback in the US dollar.
Of course, they might be right in the near-term because, there should be a correction on the horizon.
However, because of International Money Flows into the US dollar, my advice to those investors is to better change their negative US dollar strategy and start loving the currency long-term, before they lose their shirts betting against the currency.
Points to Ponder
1) The Press and Observer Market Guru Opinions - - versus - - Martin Armstrong & “Socrates” Forecasts
Excerpts from a “Vancouver Sun” article dated October 2, 2017 [my emphasis]:
The recession hawks are circling. Only a few years ago some analysts were already circling 2018 in bright Red Ink the end would be near for this economic expansion. Predictions of weaker growth and possibly another recession were common.
It’s the cyclical nature of this downturn to recur roughly every 10 years or so and that is what investors worldwide remember. Investors and regulator still vividly remember the Global financial and market collapse of 2008 – 2009. Those same predictions have been cropping up of late. Is another recession even possible soon?
Maybe but, it is unlikely at this stage. What many economists and policy-makers do expect, however, is weaker – but possibly more sustainable - growth over the next few years.
That shift seems to have already arrived.
Gross Domestic Product [GDP], for example is suddenly looking more subdued than predicted.
The “Vancouver Sun” article then continues and says:
The economic output since July 2017 setting a weak tone for the 2nd half of 2017; and the article quotes a Bank of Montreal (BMO) Capital Markets spokesman who said in a note to its investors:
“Now we look for small GDP gains in August and September, lifting annualized growth for Q3 above a two-per-cent pace.”
The article also mentions that the last economic threat came from the collapse of global Oil prices, pulling the country [USA] into a temporary recession over the first half of 2015 and marking the first downturn since the Great Recession.
The popular Press and Market Gurus certainly have been wrong over the years. I on the other hand continue to rely on MA’s Artificial Intelligent computer Socrates and its forecasts.
2. MA Blog dated today: Why do some hate intelligence My Take:
This blog is an interesting MA essay as to why people have always hated intelligence. I am glad that I am not famous but, I still get the odd hate telephone call and e-mail berating me for what I write.
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