Sunday, December 4, 2016

November Publication of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2016-11 is Available on Amazon; Trump Wins Stocks Rally; Donald Trump 45th President of the United States; Stocks Print All-Time Highs SPX 2214 INDU 19225 COMPQ 5404 RUT 1347; Global Bond Rout (Yields Explode Higher); India Cash-Swap Program; Oil Rallies on OPEC Production Cut; Market Angst Ahead of Italy Referendum

The November publication of the Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics 2016-11 is available through Amazon (AMZN). The epic market action continues with Donald Trump elected as the 45th president of the United States (POTUS). A huge (or as Donald Trump says, “‘yuge”) Trump Rally occurs in the stock market after the election with a corresponding bond rout (lower prices higher yields).

November’s Cover Highlights;
SPX 2214 INDU 19225 COMPQ 5404 RUT 1347

The month of November is historic for markets. The polls were wrong in predicting the Brexit vote and they were wrong again predicting Hillary Clinton to defeat Donald Trump. The orange-headed bombastic clown took the prize from the scandal-ridden liar in the pantsuit. The S&P futures crashed as the election results came in, however, after Trump’s early Wednesday, 11/9/16, well-received acceptance speech, stocks took off to the upside and never looked back for an epic three-week rally.

The Daily Chronology of Global Markets and World Economics is the only document available that recorded the futures, stocks, bond and currency moves in real-time as election results came in. That was quite a night of drama on Tuesday, 11/8/16, into Wednesday morning and it can only be re-lived by reading the chronology. Market enthusiasts will reference this month’s chronology for years to come since the 2016 presidential election drama is explained as it unfolds in real-time, hour by hour.

The four major stock indexes, the S&P 500, Dow Jones Industrials, Nasdaq Composite and Russell 2000 small caps all print historic all-time highs in November. Global bonds crash with yields going parabolic. Those that have been touting inflation for several years proclaim that this time inflation is here to stay. The jury remains out.

The November issue includes the results and market reactions to both the 11/4/16 and 12/2/16 job reports. OPEC reaches an oil production cut agreement which sends oil prices vertically higher with WTIC (West Texas Intermediate Crude oil) testing the 50-52 price level for the fourth time since May.

India is undergoing a major currency shift where all large cash bills are being removed from society as a means of decreasing corruption, tax evasion and black market movement of goods. The highest bill now in circulation in India is equivalent to about $15 in the United States (between a $10 bill and $20 bill). The India government does not have enough of a supply of small bills showing a gross lack of planning. India’s economy suffers from the move with GDP slipping a touch and the stock market sinking.

The drama ahead is the Italian referendum vote on Sunday, 12/4/16. This may create turmoil with the insolvent Italian banks which are pieces of garbage. Austrian elections are also occurring on 12/4/16.

The chronology explains the reaction in stocks, bonds and currencies to key events and economic data releases. If you are trying to make sense of the markets this is the resource for you. No other publication exists in this format where the stock, bond and currency moves are provided and explained as world events take place in real-time.

The chronology records economic history preventing revisionist tampering in future years. Many of the same asset managers telling everyone to go long the market in 2007-2008 repeat the same mantra in 2015-2016. The stock market topped out in May 2015 which placed anyone that listened to television pundits over the last couple years either flat or underwater on their long trades. The central banker go juice has pumped stocks higher from February of this year to present creating new all-time highs and rewarding those that blindly remain long with full confidence in the Federal Reserve’s Keynesian schemes.

Analyst and strategist quotes and words are recorded in the chronology so credit or disdain can be handed out in the future. If a multi-year top is printing, the chronology serves as the most accurate accounting of the stock market topping process ever recorded in economic and market historyThe chronology is the most reliable and easy to understand source for explaining global marketsThe chronology is cheap and very easy to read and avoids using fancy ten-dollar college words.

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