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Initial Unemployment Claims Plunge, Remain Near Record Bubble Levels

Claims and Stock Prices? Click to enlarge

The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 307,000, which was just a bit more than the Wall Street conomist crowd consensus guess of 302,000. The pundits had upped their guesses after missing on the low side last week. This was a virtual bullseye in the game of pin the tail…

It’s Easy As 1-2-3, ECB, SNB, SOTU and QE

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Lee Adler tells what to look for in the market in reaction to the State of the Union, the Swiss National Bank removal of the Euro peg, and the ECB’s expected decision this week to undertake QE.

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Here’s Why Initial Claims May Really Show “Houston We Have A Problem”

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The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted finagled for initial unemployment claims came in at 316,000, which was significantly more than the Wall Street conomist crowd consensus guess of 290,000. Media pundits immediately blamed the miss on a bad seasonal adjustment factor. Apparently they heard my barrage of complaints yesterday about how they mishandled the retail sales number. The problem…

Financial News Media Reporting On Retail Sales So Bad, It’s Laughable

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I keep complaining to mainstream journos about their slavish devotion to the seasonally adjusted fictitious numbers put out in virtually all economic data releases. It does not matter that these releases also prominently report the ACTUAL, not seasonally adjusted data. The journos ignore it. Why? Because all their little journo friends ignore it. God forbid…

How Low Will Oil Go?

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Lee Adler takes uses long term charts and cycle projections to clearly show you where and when the bottom is most likely, and what to look for in a bottoming process.

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Today’s RFWS was absolutely outstanding. (I’m glad I actually watched this one rather than just listening while running.) When it comes to financial journalism, Lee, you remain an island of sanity in a huge sea of crap. Thanks.

Bob

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Media Sees Record Low Unemployment Claims As All Good- Here’s Why It’s Not

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The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted number for initial unemployment claims came in at 294,000, which was not materially more than the Wall Street conomist crowd consensus guess of 290,000. It was a non event. The actual, not seasonally finagled numbers, which the Wall Street captured media ignores, shows claims continuing at all time record low levels. The…

Trapped By His Lies- How We Know That Bernanke Knew He Was Wrong About QE, ZIRP, and Trickle Down

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In November 2010 Ben Bernanke revealed publicly that boosting the stock market was part of the official economic policy of the US Federal Reserve. He announced the new policy focus publicly in a Washington Post Editorial, saying: The FOMC intends to buy an additional $600 billion of longer-term Treasury securities by mid-2011 and will continue to reinvest…

Christmas Reminds Us That The Fed Is Not Jesus, But Here’s Why It Will See Him in 2015

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The Christmas season tells us that the Fed will face a revelation in 2015 that will change the world for generations. It has to do with the relationship of the US GDP to stock prices.

Lee Adler discusses and illustrates it all in this video that asks and answers the age old question, “What will trigger the Fed’s “Come to Jesus Moment?”

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Bob

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