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Today's market was a perfect example of deception in all its forms. One could write a book about all the forms it took today.


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  1. Zura Bushurishvili on March 25, 2017 6:55 pm

    Hi Victor.How are you.I hope everything is good.
    Can you send me the best way to send you an email- I seem to have lost your email. I would like to send you info on my new artwork. Thanks so much, Zura

  2. Craig Yager on March 29, 2017 9:30 am

    Your post “Today’s market was a perfect example of deception in all its forms” — I’d like to hear more. Give me one example of deception.

    I’m in a book group reading THE LORDS OF CREATION about the economic lead up to the 1929 crash. Honestly, I’d like to hear more about “deception in all its forms.”

    Would you email me with a few insights that I can take back to our book group?

    Equally, I found great interest in your observation at the bottom of After the Panic of 1903 http://www.dailyspeculations.com/wordpress/?p=4808

    “With the repeal of Glass-Steagall and lax regulatory oversight via political dressage, have we not returned to similar times and places of an inverted market history?” When the current (or short-term) contract prices are higher than the long-term contracts… In your opinion, are we heading toward another Great Depression?

    Thanks for your attention.

    Craig Yager
    Boulder, Colorado

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