Saturday, February 21, 2009

Freds Weekly analysis

Six Minutes with the Renegade Economist - 20th February 2009

D word mentioned twice, QE - what is it and will it work? Land Prices always increase until there is a bubble when they dont.... all answered in well just under six minutes.

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  • Good video for anyone who has concerns/questions about the current situation. Brown’s strategy is pretty obvious in trying to dilute the problems here within a global scale. More a political diversion than anything else. Depression is certainly on the horizon,on a worlwide scale too.So Brown has the necessary ammunition to obscure his rotten record.
    Fred Harrison is easy to listen to and very natural, always worth paying attention to. I liked his concept of the ‘orchestration’ but it’s a bit on the fence as far as the reason for its evolution. That there is a structure is not in question.

    Off subject techieman but noted your market comments last weekend and always read your comments. Always interested and always learning although I’m not an active trader as such. Simply don’t have the background and accept this fact. So dabble in a few shares, OEIC funds and my private pension ‘cos I can’t do any worse than those fund managers although of course I use their services and just swap around,so pretty simplistic.
    Pretty experienced with sports betting though and this requires,I’m sure, exactly the same discipline and background(experience and knowledge). A true feeling (intuition) for the subject is vital and I recognise this in your comments.
    Think I ‘guessed’ the FTSE below 3800(not sure of exact figure) end of this quarter,spring bounce and an almighty crash 3/4th quarter.
    Pure instinct,that’s why I appreciate any technical facts. Good Luck!

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