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Chart Of The Day: Biotech Bubbles

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http://www.hedgology.com - In a previous entry  I discussed whether or not the stocks in the NASDAQ has returned to the norms of the previous levels in 2000, especially with tech stocks reaching new highs. While a bubble may not actually be present in Tech stocks, there is definitely a bubble in biotech stocks, without a doubt. And the […]

Yellen: We Can Raise Rates; We Just Won’t Do It…

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http://www.hedgology.com - This month’s quarter of the FOMC press conference was pretty much as expected. Janet Yellen’s statements came off as more dovish than anticipated. Here are the main points to consider from the Press Conference this afternoon: More Changes in Interest Rate Benchmarks Median projections for the fed funds rate fell from...

Making Sense Of The Aussie Dollar Down Under

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http://www.hedgology.com - .fb-like span {overflow:visible !important;width:450px !important;margin-right:-200px;} Australia has been hailed at the go to example of economic stability, more or less. Being that it has a $16 dollar an hour minimum wage and an expanding economy… That’s it really. Most people don’t really understand fundamental issues going on in the economic region. Employment remains relatively weak and business exports in the […]The post Making Sense Of The Aussie Dollar Down Under appeared first on Hedgology.

This Time It’s Really Different…

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http://www.hedgology.com - .fb-like span {overflow:visible !important;width:450px !important;margin-right:-200px;} Speaking of happy days being here again, you can’t help but notice the overwhelming amount of excitement about the NASDAQ exchange  closing above 5,000. Sure, it’s been 15 long years, and a lot has changed since then. A couple of the companies that once comprised the NASDAQ are no longer listed under it. PE ratios […]The post This Time It’s Really Different… appeared first on Hedgology.

You Call This Full Employment?

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http://www.hedgology.com - Yellen has said that, in the long run, the unemployment rate can’t go much below 5.2% to 5.5% without creating a lot of unwanted inflation. In the last jobs report, we have crossed that line. However, let's face it. The current job market isn't anywhere near full employment.