A Fiscal Anthill But A Big Market Inflection Point

The market has dropped to support and a major inflection point, with multiple longer term indicators on the verge of major signals. Lee Adler and Russ Winter discuss their take on what happens, along with an analysis of the so called fiscal cliff. Is it really a molehill? And are major corporations going to make a run on the banks when Federal guarantees on deposits over $250,000 expire shortly?


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  2 comments for “A Fiscal Anthill But A Big Market Inflection Point

  1. stephen
    November 13, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    where is this? I still cannot connect to your podcast :

    Subscribers can click the player at the bottom of this post (visible on Radio Free Wall Street main site only)

  2. stephen
    November 14, 2012 at 5:01 pm

    your player is back
    thanks

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