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The Bull Market in Stocks May Already Have Ended

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, September 3, 2015

As expected, Wall Street’s shills were out in force yesterday. And the Dow rebounded from Tuesday’s rout – up 293 points. CNBC assured investors that the “U.S. is a place you should be investing.” And Bloomberg explained that, “based on history,” investors could expect to wait no more than four months until the stock market fully recovers.

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The Case for Outlawing Cash

Bill Bonner, September 2, 2015

September is here. As expected, market volatility is increasing. The Great Zombie War is intensifying. And investors are getting scared.

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QE4 and Dow at 25,000

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, September 1, 2015

The Great Zombie War is proceeding as expected… Cannons to the left. Cannons to the right. And a fool on every corner. It will become more and more dangerous, we predict.

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An Update from Our Ranch in Argentina

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, August 31, 2015

It was the Fiesta de San Ramon, patron saint of Gualfin. There were already about 100 people gathered at the school. More were arriving in their pickup trucks every minute.

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Why I’m Hoping for a Rate Increase

Sid Riggs, Chief Research Analyst, Money Morning, August 29, 2015

There is a lot of lip service being paid to the stock market crash that we’re supposed to expect once the Federal Reserve starts raising rates. Every time we get close to a regularly scheduled Federal Reserve statement, financial pundits pontificate about the nuances of what the Fed chair might say, not say, or imply.

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This Market Is a “Wheelbarrow of Dynamite” Waiting to Blow

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, August 28, 2015

The Dow was up 369 points – a 2.3% move. Chinese stocks were up by about 5%. Why? U.S. GDP numbers for the second quarter came out higher than expected. The economy grew by an annual rate of 3.7%.

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“The Most Astounding Credit Binge in History”

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, August 27, 2015

Yesterday’s bump confirms the mainstream view: There is nothing to worry about. The recent sell-off is just a case of nerves, not a sign of an epizootic.

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This Is the Start of the Sell-off, Not the End

Bill Bonner, Chairman, Bonner & Partners, August 26, 2015

Is Donald Trump broke yet? We don’t know. But at the end of the first quarter, investors held about $24 trillion in stocks. Stock prices are down about 10% since then… leaving the rich $2.4 trillion less rich.

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