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Skousen CAFE: When Will the Doomsayers Be Right?

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Skousen's Investor CAFE
When Will the Doomsayers Be Right? 

By Mark Skousen
Editor, Forecasts & Strategies
11/19/2015
 
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“The end is not nigh: people and markets adapt to even the worst circumstances.”

-- David Tepper, billionaire hedge fund manager

On Monday, I moderated and debated two doomsayers who are expecting a major bear market in the stock market “soon.” The panel debate took place only a few days after the Islamic State’s terrorist attack on Paris, the world’s #1 destination for tourists. It reconfirmed to everyone the barbarism and depravity of man.

Some pundits predicted a stock market crash like after 9/11 in 2001. Mike Tyson is famous for saying, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” Well, it looks like the stock market can take a punch. The market rallied sharply on Monday. Even the French bourse was flat for the day. Gold as a safe haven moved up moderately in response, but not enough for us to get excited. Defense stocks are up, but oil continued its decline.

The bull market is still in place, even as several sectors have rotated from hot to cold (healthcare and energy stocks) or cold to hot (financial and defense stocks).

A whole series of bad news has threatened this market, including a stock market crash in China and now a major terrorist attack. “Bull markets climb a wall of worry.”

Commodity guru Dennis Gartman observes, “Markets that will not go down on bearish news are not bear markets.”

EuroPacific Capital’s Schiff and commodity trader Ziad Abdelnour, the two bears on the panel, raised legitimate concerns about the future of America: too much debt, trillions of dollars in unfunded liabilities in Social Security and Medicare, a weak economic recovery and bubbles in the housing market and Treasury securities. Eventually, they said, it’s all going to come crashing down.

When I pointed out that these same arguments have been made over the past 50 years, and we’ve survived and prospered anyway, they refused to back down. “That’s history,” said Ziad, “the future will be different. America is in deep trouble.” He may well be right. He will be speaking at our Global Financial Summit in The Bahamas next March (see upcoming conference) and will make his case in more detail.

I think there are two main reasons why America has survived and postponed an economic Armageddon these many years. First, the bears underestimate the power and determination of the Federal Reserve to keep the system afloat.  And second, American ingenuity has always kicked in to adapt and respond to crises. Since the financial crisis of 2008, banks and corporations have become more agile in cutting costs to the bone, and they have stronger balance sheets as a result. Never underestimate American ingenuity.

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Upcoming Conference

Special Announcement: Subscribers to the Skousen CAFE should be happy to know that for the first time in two years, I am hosting the Global Financial Summit, a special private investment seminar, in The Bahamas. The focus will be on “High Income & Fast Money Investing” -- combining my two most successful trading services!

My “All Star High Income & Fast Money” experts for this exclusive private meeting will include Alex Green, investment director of the Oxford Club and editor of three trading services (Momentum Alert, Insider Trader and True Value Alert). Alex is rated the #5 best investor according to Hulbert Financial Digest. I’ve also confirmed Martin Truax, vice president at Raymond James, whose “income & growth” portfolio has more than tripled during the past 10 years. He and his partner Ron Miller also have developed a highly successful trading system using “red” and “green” signals to determine when to get in and out of markets (they flashed "sell" in May and now are flashing "buy" -- good calls!).

Our keynote speaker will be Steve Moore, the chief economist for the Heritage Foundation and the #1 columnist for the Wall Street Journal, who will speak on “Money & Politics 2016: The Inside Story for Private Investors.”

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Ziad Abdelnour, CEO of Blackhawk Partners, are two of the world’s top experts on Middle East politics and will tell us the truth about this never-ending crisis and what it means to investors.

The dates are March 16-19, 2016, at the five-star Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, Nassau, The BahamasThis is during high “Spring Break” season, so I urge you to make your flight reservations now.

I soon will be announcing more top experts in portfolio management, tax and estate planning and foreign investing. But I want to encourage you to sign up now and take advantage of our special “early bird” discount -- $200 off the retail price for Skousen CAFE subscribers if you register by Dec. 31. The price is only $495 per person/$795 per couple with the discount. And hotel rates at the five-star Atlantis Resort are only $209 per night. We are limiting this private meeting to 200 attendees only. To sign up, call Karen or Jennifer at 855-850-3733 ext 202, email info@freedomfest.com or go to gfs.freedomfest.com.

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P.S. I’ve quoted several lines above from my classic collection, “The Maxims of Wall Street," now in its 4th edition. A subscriber, John O’Brien of Florida, bought a copy and read it on a cruise ship recently.

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Mark Skousen looks on as subscriber John O’Brien of Florida reads “The Maxims of Wall Street” on the deck of Eagle’s/FreedomFest’s Crystal Symphony cruise (New England/Canada).

“There’s more educational value in Maxims than with four years of college today,” he said.

New Fourth Edition at Half Price!

For 30 years, I’ve been painstakingly collecting all the wise old adages, proverbs, humor and legends on Wall Street, based on in-depth interviews with old timers, reading rare financial books and my own experiences of more than 40 years in the financial markets. They include famous lines from Warren Buffett (“If you wait to see the Robin sing, Spring may be over”)… J. P. Morgan (“Troubled waters make for good fishing”)… Richard Russell (“In a bear market, the winner is he who loses the least”)… and Steve Forbes (“Everybody is a disciplined, long-term investor until the market goes down”).

I divide the book into various categories: beating the market, diversification vs. concentration, value vs. growth, bulls vs. bears, black swan events… doomsayers and cassandras… hot tips and inside information… chartists vs. fundamentalists… taxes and tax havens… inspiring “pearls of wisdom” and even a few short stories.

The book has been endorsed by Warren Buffett, Jack Bogle, Dennis Gartman, Alex Green, Richard Band and Bert Dohmen. “Maxims” is nearly 300 pages long. The retail price on Amazon is $24.95, but my subscribers pay only $20 for the first copy, and all additional copies are only $10 each. All are personally autographed and mailed to you for free (I pay the postage). For all foreign orders outside of the United States, add $10 per book.

I’m offering this “half-off” deal because I know “Maxims” makes a great gift for friends, relatives, business colleagues, investors, your favorite stockbroker and money manager. Many people order a whole box (32 copies). The price of a box of books is only $300 postpaid, less than $10 each. As Hetty Green, the first female millionaire, said, “When I see something cheap, I buy a lot of it!” To order your copies at this super discount, call Ensign Publishing toll-free at 1-866-254-2057 or go to www.miracleofamerica.com/maxims.

In case you missed it, I encourage you to read my e-letter column from last week about the importance of the Gross Output statistic. I also invite you to comment in the space provided below my Eagle Daily Investor commentary.



You Blew It!
France Becomes a Permanent Police State?
By Mark Skousen

“War is the health of the state.” -- Randolph Bourne (1918)

Last Friday’s terrible terrorist attacks in Paris caught the French government and police off guard, despite numerous warnings.

Now they have overreacted by declaring an indefinite, maybe permanent, “state of emergency.” The last time France did this was in 1961. It closed the borders and stopped traffic in certain parts of Paris, at least temporarily, but other effects may be longer lasting. Police are now entering homes in Paris without warrants or probable cause, searching for suspects. Indeed, suspects now can be detained indefinitely without habeas corpus (right to trial, accused of a crime, etc.).

After 9/11, the U.S. Congress pushed through the Patriot Act, which gives similar powers to the U.S. government and federal police. Any time you limit or violate the Bill of Rights, abuse is ever possible.

Now that both France and America have adopted post-9/11 crisis measures, it’s worth quoting Benjamin Franklin, one of our founding fathers, who also was the first American ambassador to France. He warned, “He who would trade liberty for some temporary security, deserves neither liberty nor security.”
Good Investing, AEIOU,

Mark Skousen

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