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After seeing it 5 times….I can’t resist.  Gotta reblog. 

After seeing it 5 times….I can’t resist.  Gotta reblog. 

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Thursday, January 23, 2014 Monday, January 13, 2014 Saturday, November 23, 2013 Monday, September 23, 2013 Friday, September 13, 2013
Hello there,  I’ve just completed my latest Weekly Bull/Bear Recap.  You can access it below:
http://rcsinvestments.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/weekly-bullbear-recap-sept-9-13-2013/
Thanks for your continued support,
Rodrigo

Hello there,  I’ve just completed my latest Weekly Bull/Bear Recap.  You can access it below:

http://rcsinvestments.wordpress.com/2013/09/14/weekly-bullbear-recap-sept-9-13-2013/

Thanks for your continued support,

Rodrigo

Wednesday, April 10, 2013 Tuesday, April 9, 2013 Saturday, November 17, 2012 Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Here we go.  
While I believed since the beginning of the year that Obama’s chances for reelection would be tied to which way the U.S. economy goes, and therefore deteriorating due to its continued sluggishness, they have fared better than I thought they would when I wrote my mid-year outlook in July.  This has been due to a resilient economy even in the face of souring global business conditions.  The election is still a barn burner though.  
The situation in Europe continues to be delicate with Spanish and Italian 10-yr bond yields still elevated.  On the bright side, it has improved with Italian bond yields testing an important support level and a visible downward trend in Spanish yields.  If Italian yields can break through support and Spanish ones can remain at their current levels, there could be economic stabilization ahead.  
Keep an eye on copper.  A triangle, with its base beginning in 2011 is close to resolving.  I believe its resolution will be a significant signal to the direction of the global economy.

Here we go.  

While I believed since the beginning of the year that Obama’s chances for reelection would be tied to which way the U.S. economy goes, and therefore deteriorating due to its continued sluggishness, they have fared better than I thought they would when I wrote my mid-year outlook in July.  This has been due to a resilient economy even in the face of souring global business conditions.  The election is still a barn burner though.  

The situation in Europe continues to be delicate with Spanish and Italian 10-yr bond yields still elevated.  On the bright side, it has improved with Italian bond yields testing an important support level and a visible downward trend in Spanish yields.  If Italian yields can break through support and Spanish ones can remain at their current levels, there could be economic stabilization ahead.  

Keep an eye on copper.  A triangle, with its base beginning in 2011 is close to resolving.  I believe its resolution will be a significant signal to the direction of the global economy.