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Midyear Outlook & Game Plan

2023 Midyear update for clients and the interested. This market is less certain than usual. We are at an “anything can happen” area and should be ready for anything that can happen. Sign-up for free access.

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2023 Could Be Volatile

The Federal Reserve is tightening and traders are fighting the Fed. That’s never turned out well for traders or those who chase. I am focused on growth, value and quality while holding an oversized portion of cash on hand.

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Q2 2022 Quarterly Outlook & Game Plan

Please see my quarterly market outlook and game plan. This quarter we discuss the Fed tightening process. Sign in to read. Create a profile if you do not have one. Please see my terms and conditions in the About section.

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Kirk’s Crystal Ball Into 2022

My annual “futile forecasts.” The most important thing about forecasting and predictions is that it can help you prepare for various scenarios.
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2021 Outlook

Each year I write my “futile forecasts” for the coming year. The idea behind “futile” is that most forecasting gets looked at the wrong way. It’s not about getting some number right at the end of the year It’s about navigating change. Register to read.

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Freedom From OPEC Is Getting Much Closer

The price of producing solar and wind energy is now about equal to the price of gas and coal. This excludes all the clean-up and pollution costs of gas and coal. It is clear that the fossil fuel age has entered its end game.

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2016: The End Of A Stealth Bear Market

Happy New Year! For me I am glad to see 2015 go. I had a heart injury, a house fire and have been early on several stock picks. Such is life. I survived, nobody got hurt in the fire, I’m back in my house and early doesn’t usually mean wrong if you are patient.

This is very important reading in my opinion, so please get a beverage and hunker down for a half hour. At least one topic I’m going to cover could spawn a book, but I will keep it as short as possible.

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