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Janet Yellen or Uranus/Pluto?

Janet Yellen is getting the credit. Wall Street is celebrating tonight. It was a great day for the equities markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up an astonishing 421.28 points, climbing by 2.53 percent to close at 17.778.15 The … Continue reading

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Will The Apple Magic Survive The Solar Eclipse?

Apple Computer (AAPL) defied gravity after the closing bell yesterday and posted some surprisingly solid earnings for its fiscal second quarter, with 15% EPS growth. In trading today, on April 24, 2014, the stock gapped upward on theĀ opening bell and … Continue reading

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Giving Mercury Some Credit

In all of the discussions about the astrological triggers for the big sell-off in stocks last week, I’ve neglected to mention the contribution that Mercury made to the market plunge! As the Sun/Jupiter conjunction was capturing most of the attention, … Continue reading

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A Cosmic Turnaround and a Pause in the Plunge

Today is the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in terms of daylight hours and the first day of summer in the northern hemisphere. The literal meaning of the word “solstice” is “the Sun (Sol) standing still”. That’s … Continue reading

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Don’t Blame Ben Bernanke

The mainstream financial media are giving Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Shalom Bernanke all the credit for the current stomach-wrenching plunge in the stock market. When Dr. Ben talked about the Fed possibly “taking its foot off the accelerator” in its … Continue reading

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