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Where can an individual investor keep up with the pace of stock buybacks? Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
Thanks for posting the interviews with CNBC.
Go to the TrimTabs Investment Research home page and ask for a trial to the Weekly Liquidity Review; add that I suggested you ask for a trial.
If you like what you see, contact me.
Factset has a quarterly review.
Only a matter of time before interest rates head south … again.
Hoisington nails it … http://www.hoisingtonmgt.com/pdf/HIM2014Q2NP.pdf
With crushing debt loads, lower interest rates the only way to kick the can to support present valuations and free up $$s via refinancing (and generate fee income for banksters).
I’ve been in the long bond (treasuries) for years and just snickered during the summer of 2013 (when 10yr raced toward 3%) when ALL the “experts” said the 10yr would “normalize” in the 3.5% to 4% range. The 10 year at that rate would absolutely crush housing (with real wage/salary income flat/negative) … as it is now (per MBA)purchase mortgage application index is down 15% year over year (housing still supported by 30% to 40% all cash purchases … how long will that/can last??)
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