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Stocks had another big rally week. The major indices have now gained nearly 6% over the past two weeks. A pullback in price after such a big up move would be typical.

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To sum up last week’s market action in a word, markets were absolutely ‘crazy’ last week.

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With only the exception of the US Dollar, every market we analyze here in “Portfolio Watch” was negative last week.

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While it’s entirely possible that this profligate money creation continues for a period of time, history teaches us that the ultimate destination at which we will arrive as a result of this policy is known. Inflation followed by deflation is now an almost certain outcome.

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Is this the “Everything Bubble”? Past radio program guest, Mr. John Rubino, made a great case that we are now experiencing a bubble, unlike any bubble we’ve experienced historically. I have long been stating the same thing, pointing at stocks, bonds, and real estate in particular.

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To say there is a lot going on in the world of finance, investing and economics would be a severe understatement.

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The February issue of the “You May Not Know Report” digs into the idea of a pattern that has repeated itself many times historically. This week, I wanted to give you a preview of what you’ll see in detail in the February report; it’s very relevant to where we are presently economically.

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Have you ever heard of a ‘crack-up boom’? You may want to get familiar with the term and what it means before you experience it.

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Cryptocurrencies are making headlines of late. However, it's tangible assets that billionaires buying today to protect themselves from inflation.

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Stocks advanced last week while precious metals pulled back.  US Treasuries fell hard as yield increased and the US Dollar was marginally stronger as measured by the US Dollar Index.

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