Market Bottom, Housing Bottom, The Weather, and Politics

In today’s round table, Aaron Krowne of, Russ Winter of Winter Watch, and the Wall Street Examiner’s Lee Adler touch on the market’s technical outlook, signs of climate catastrophe, the housing market, and the political endgame and reach some startling conclusions, all in 15 minutes!

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1 comment for “Market Bottom, Housing Bottom, The Weather, and Politics

  1. Jorma
    August 23, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    Russ, don’t get lost in politics. It is a dead end or maybe a downward spiral. Thinking in such terms can create a negative feedback loop which dominates ones emotions and then all thinking.

    A large plurality if not a majority of any significant protest movement today will be essentially authoritarian leaning, serving however unwittingly established power.

    Besides, such political concerns can become an obsession, a very unhealthy one. Which takes us back to the first point.

    Take a vacation. Spend more time at the beach. Go see the grandchildren.

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