Friday, November 28, 2014

Dr. Stephen Leeb, James Turk & Louis Navellier

Nov. 28, 2014

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Dr. Stephen Leeb, James Turk & Louis Navellier
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Louis Navellier - Summary:
  • Louis Navellier thinks negative yields in Europe presents cheap cash for US companies to buyback their own shares, reducing stock float and increasing demand.
  • The housing sector is following the equities market's lead, blasting to new highs and headed higher.
  • Lower gasoline prices at the pumps is a big plus for GDP and equities, lowering expenses and encouraging consumer spending.
  • High tech stocks are roaring higher; NXP Semiconductor (NXPI) is a supplier to Apple Computer, expected to benefit from record iPhone sales.
  • Expect another solid equities market in 2015 if rates stay low as money managers and corporate treasurers purchase shares via buybacks, shrinking supply and increasing demand.
  • The host outlines a recent Alpha Stock Newsletter candidate that soared on Friday with buyback news, one day after posting: (KMB).
James Turk - Summary:
  • Gold is more backward dated than at any time in decades, indicating extreme tightness in supply, making a forceful advance imminent.
  • The gold source of last resort is central bank vaults, which continue to shift stockpiles from the West to the East, along with economic strength.
  • Ukraine's gold reserves may have been targeted by the PTB, as a temporary fix to lessen tight gold market conditions.
  • Backwardation persists, regardless, suggesting that the ultimate day of reckoning for the bears is nigh.
  • Key takeaway: technical analysis suggests that the bottom is in place and a new bull market is likely, particularly if gold retakes $1,240 by next month.

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