Peak Heist and Look Out For Market Meltup

Russ Winter of Winter (Economic and Market) Watch,’s Aaron Krowne, and the Wall Street Examiner’s Lee Adler discuss the ECB lending scam and peak heist. Lee gives his take on the most critical level on the market, above which a huge, fast meltup is likely if it’s broken.

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2 comments for “Peak Heist and Look Out For Market Meltup

  1. don
    December 22, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    Aaron mentions Ann Barnhardt. Take whatever she says with a grain of salt, unless one likes nut cases.

    Here is a youtube video of the lovely Ann.

  2. December 22, 2011 at 5:50 pm

    I happen to agree that she may not be a unreliable source. She has written and said some things that are outrageous and off the wall. Do we take things people say at face value, or do we vet them? I would agree that we should consider the source, and I was not quick enough to point out my own question during the podcasts. We need to find out if what she says is true or not. If it is, fine. But to just take her word? I would not necessarily do that.

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