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Weekly Preview archive November 2010

Weekly Preview archive

Preview for the week beginning November 29, 2010

Preview for the week beginning November 29, 2010

The Forecast 2011 Book goes to the printer now. It will be released in two weeks.

Review and Preview

Equity prices were mostly lower throughout the world last week in the wake of North Korea’s attack on a populated island in South Korea, plus the growing concerns of new debt crises in the Euro union countries, following new bailout plans for Ireland.
 

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Preview for the week beginning November 22, 2010

Preview for the week beginning November 22, 2010

The weekly columns will continue to be shorter than usual this week and next, due to deadline for the Forecast 2011 Book. There may be no “Longer-Term Thoughts” section until after the deadline of December 1. The book is otherwise on schedule to be completed by then, printed and sent out by December 15, to all those who have pre-ordered.

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Preview for the week beginning November 15, 2010

Preview for the week beginning November 15, 2010

The weekly columns will be shorter than usual this week and next, due to deadline for the Forecast 2011 Book. There may be no “Longer-Term Thoughts” section until after the deadline of December 1. The book is otherwise on schedule to be completed by then, printed and sent out (also in Dutch!) by December 15, to all those who have pre-ordered. It promises to be another dramatic year of surprises, especially given that Uranus will be making a T-square to Federal Reserve Board chart, and natal Venus in the charts of The United States and Barack Obama. The 28-29 year Saturn Return in the USA chart will also be in force late November 2010 through August 2011.

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Preview for the week beginning November 8, 2010

Preview for the week beginning November 8, 2010

That was quite a week, as last week’s column suggested it would be. And the reason for that may be the new American mantra: In FED We Trust. Despite Tuesday’s stunning results of the mid-term elections, it was the Fed’s quantitative easing announcement (QE2) the day after that drove equity and precious metals markets the world over to new yearly highs. That’s the fundamental explanation.

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