Entries by The Trend Letter

Headlines – September 29/17

The Dow and S&P on track for sixth straight monthly gain. Read story Mumbai railway station stampede kills 22 amid monsoon rains. Read story Hurricanes weighed on consumer spending as inflation barely rose. Read story Euro area inflation stuck too low as ECB debates stimulus. Read story South Korea bans all new cryptocurrency sales. Read […]

Headlines – September 28/17

Wall Sr opens slightly lower on hurricane data. Read story US economic growth revised higher to 3.1% annual rate. Read story Treasuries extend sell-off on Trump’s tax plan. Read story Oil gains as US supplies shrink, stoking rebalancing optimism. Read story Gold is on track for worst month of 2017. Read story US dollar index […]

New Buy & Sell signals

For over 15 years we have been publishing The Trend Letter, and in that time span we have made hundreds of recommendation to subscribers, and many of those recommendations have made subscribes huge gains. In the past few weeks, our models have triggered 4 new Buy signals, all designed to position our subscribers to be […]

Headlines – September 26/17

Euro slide deepens as stocks drift; Gold retreats. Read story North Korea bolsters defenses after flight by US bombers as rhetoric escalates. Read story Water and food scarce as Puerto Rico emerges after storm. Read story Turkey’s Erdogan warns Iraqi Kurds must ‘give up or go hungry.’ Read story Oil near 26-month high as Turkey […]

As the Fed unwinds, what is the impact on interest rates?

As expected, the US Fed announced on Wednesday that it would start slowly reducing its massive $4.47 trillion balance sheet. Starting in October, the Fed will end its practice of fully reinvesting the principal payments of maturing bonds into new bonds, and instead allow $10 billion in holdings to roll off, meaning they will not […]

Headlines September 21/17

US stocks off slightly after Fed keeps rate path. Read story SEC reveals it was hacked, information may have been used for illegal stock trades. Read story Puerto Rico may be without power for months. Read story Bank of Japan member demands more stimulus. Read story Under NDP plan taxpayers will pay $ millions to […]

Is Toys “R” Us just the next cockroach?

Toys ‘R’ Us has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US and Canada as it attempts to restructure its debts. We have been highlighting for over a year now how big box retailers are on a death watch as online monsters such Amazon continue to wipe out the competition. While loss of market share is […]

Trudeau’s tax grab now after small business

Starting a new business can be a gut wrenching proposition, given the fact that most small businesses will not survive. In fact, according to the US Bureau of Labor, most businesses do not survive more than five years, and only one-third of new businesses last ten years. According to a report from Babson College, the […]

Headlines – September 12/17

S&P opens at record high as Irma weakens; Apple in focus. Read story Irma’s death toll rises; residents start to return to Florida coast. Read story Oil trades near $48 as OPEC said to discuss extending cuts again. Read story Trump plans aggressive road show to promote tax relief. Read story Home Capital shareholders overwhelmingly […]

US debt tops $20 trillion!

The US federal government racked up $318 billion in new debt Friday, putting it over the $20 trillion mark for the first time in U.S. history, according to new Treasury Department numbers. Congratulations Washington, we knew you could do it!