Author: Stephen Aust

Peak Oil Deja Vu?
Economics

Peak Oil Deja Vu?

DEJA VU (part 2):  A familiar situation. Peak Oil was on my mind during the first decade of this 21st century, then I lost interest in it as shale field supply became readily available, especially in the United States.  The […]

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Info-Graphs

Black Monday Deja Vu

A question that was recently emailed to MarketCycle Wealth Management via our website’s Contact Page: “Why are you holding protective assets in MarketCycle’s client accounts if the stock market and economy are currently as strong as you say? You’ve never […]

Bears Battle Bulls
Info-Graphs

Bears Battle Bulls

Friday February 9, 2018, published before market open (charts are as of Thursday night). Bears Battle Bulls! We finally got a much needed “correction” of overbought market conditions. Similar a steadily boiling tea kettle, an overheating stock market must let […]

Navigating With Charts
Business

Navigating With Charts

A chart is simply a bunch of information put into visual form.  Certain charting techniques can help us to navigate the investment world.  We’re mostly looking at data from the United States because its economic size dwarfs other economies… even […]

Storm Clouds?
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Storm Clouds?

Storm clouds on the horizon?  MarketCycle has been recently saying that the level of market risk has increased and that it may remain high for several more months.  So, we are still in a cyclical bull market, but risk is […]

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Stocks

Talking To Myself

This month’s MarketCycle’s Musings is merely me ‘talking to myself.’ 1)  Where are we in the market cycle? Baupost Letter Points To Concern Over Risk Parity, Systematic Strategies During Crisis Undervaluation Is As Bad As Overvaluation Do Something Do Nothing […]