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408, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: August 04, 2015

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Morning Call: August 04, 2015 State Department watered down human trafficking report to get trade deal. Economic data sags, Bonds climb and the Commodity rout continues. China struggles to manipulate their markets – US Hedge Fund Citadel suspended. Russian Foreign […]

2707, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 27, 2015

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Morning Call: July 27, 2015 Global equities slump continues as commodities extend their drop. Economic data mixed as Fed and the markets ponder the September rate hike – see charts in the video report. German Finance Minister Schaeuble open to […]

2107, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 21, 2015

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Morning Call: July 21, 2015 NASDAQ bubble (all time highs) vs commodity plunder (lowest since 2002). Just 4 companies make up 31% of the NASDAQ index. Jim Paulsen (famed short seller who made billions in the 2008 crisis) says, the […]

2409, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – September 24, 2014

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Commodity prices falling off a cliff in 2014, economic crash too? In case you have not been noticing, commodity prices are falling off a cliff. Metals, softs commodities and Oil are at multi-month lows recently. Is it demand, supply or […]

1303, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – March 13, 2014

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Commodity bubble of 2014? Commodities have enjoyed considerable volatility in recent months. Mostly higher (Coffee has doubled) but some lower (Copper). This can also be seen in the net exposure of the large speculators holdings across the spectrum of commodities. […]

2209, 2011

Bluepoint daily market view – September 22, 2011

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Fed guesses again with twist? Ostensibly, the idea behind selling short term debt and buying more long term debt is to bring interest rates down, with all the (theoretical) advantages that brings to the economy. The 30-Year is now at 2.98%. […]