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Black Swan Alert
ASR's Perceptive Pros Suspect Financials' Woes Are Systemic
6/29/18 8:00 AM
Absolute Strategy Research Ltd.’s founders, David Bowers and Ian Harnett, respectively, head of research and chief strategist of the City’s leading independent macro research boutique, grace this issue’s cover in part because they were kind enough to alert me that they would be visiting NYC this week. But mostly because they earlier this month issued one of their patented, but rare, “Black Swan Alerts” to clients.
I’ve learned, over the dozen or so years I’ve known the pair, to sit up and take notice when they flag something in the financial markets. The first time, it was not long after they founded ASR in 2006. [More]
Crude Oil’s Prospects
Room For More Strength
6/29/18 5:01 AMBy John Kosar
Crude prices continued to climb Wednesday morning as traders mulled the potential threat to supply after the Trump administration raised pressure on Iran’s oil industry.
In our June 13th Keys To This Week we said:
“Crude oil futures’ recent decline from the late May highs has pushed prices into near term support at the $65,57 to $63.56 per barrel area, and amid favorable conditions to resume its larger positive trend — IF that trend is still intact. [More]
Acute Observations, week ending June 29, 2018
Perceptive Commentary from June 16-29, 2018
6/29/18 8:00 AMOliver Roeder
Yesterday afternoon, a gunman armed with smoke grenades and a shotgun stormed into the newsroom of the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland, shooting five of its employees dead and injuring two others. “I can tell you this,” Chase Cook, a Capital Gazette reporter, tweeted later that evening, “We are putting out a damn paper tomorrow.” [The Baltimore Sun]
1 damn paper
Significant Digits Blog
June 29, 2018
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