FT Press :: Peter Navarrohttp://www.ftpress.com/authors/authorblog_rss.aspx?a=e43b772a-15b1-499c-a1b4-ada41e7fea1eThe latest blogs from Peter Navarro on FT Pressen-usBlog :: Possible Nascent Bullish Uptrendhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Possible-Nascent-Bullish-Uptrend<p>This is another tough week for me. On the one hand, two of my favorite sources for handicapping the market trend -- Market Edge and Investors Business Daily -- support the existence of a new bullish uptrend in the market based primarily on technical indicators.</p>Tue, 22 Jun 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Possible-Nascent-Bullish-UptrendBlog :: Plan A Is Still In Effecthttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/-Plan-A-Is-Still-In-Effect<p>Stock market trend: Decisively Broken.</p>Tue, 01 Jun 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/-Plan-A-Is-Still-In-EffectBlog :: Plan A Is In Effecthttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Plan-A-Is-In-Effect<p>Stock Market Trend: Decisively Broken.</p>Mon, 24 May 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Plan-A-Is-In-EffectBlog :: Trading on Emotion ? Eurozone Blueshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Trading-on-Emotion-Eurozone-Blues<p>Stock Market Trend: Decisively Broken&nbsp; </p>Tue, 18 May 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Trading-on-Emotion-Eurozone-BluesBlog :: Market Trend Broken http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Market-Trend-Broken-<p>In my last newsletter several weeks ago, I noted a continued bullish trend. However, I also said that:</p> <p>&ldquo;Despite the market's bullish trend, I continue to be cashed out of most of the stock market and have shifted a significant chunk of my assets into a new piece of real estate.&rdquo;</p>Tue, 11 May 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Market-Trend-Broken-Blog :: Ode to a Grecian TBT Yearnhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Ode-to-a-Grecian-TBT-Yearn<p>Market in Upward Trend&nbsp; </p>Mon, 26 Apr 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Ode-to-a-Grecian-TBT-YearnBlog :: Big Bets Gone Sidewayshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Big-Bets-Gone-Sideways<p>Market in Upward Trend </p>Mon, 12 Apr 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Big-Bets-Gone-SidewaysBlog :: No Mashttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/No-Mas<p>Stock Market Trend: Market in Upward Trend </p>Mon, 29 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/No-MasBlog :: This Week: Time to Out Michael Santoli's Mystery Brokerhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Time-to-Out-Michael-Santolis-Mystery-Broker<p>Stock Market Trend: Upward </p>Tue, 16 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Time-to-Out-Michael-Santolis-Mystery-BrokerBlog :: Some Cautious Bullhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Some-Cautious-Bull<p>Stock Market Trend: Market Resumes Upward Trend&nbsp; </p>Mon, 08 Mar 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Some-Cautious-BullBlog :: The Beatdown Goes Onhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Beatdown-Goes-On<p>Stock Market Trend: Market Remains in a Correction&nbsp; </p>Tue, 23 Feb 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Beatdown-Goes-OnBlog :: Beware of Bullish Punditshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Beware-of-Bullish-Pundits<p>Stock Market Trend: Market Remains in a Correction&nbsp; </p>Mon, 08 Feb 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Beware-of-Bullish-PunditsBlog :: Obama's Nightmare Teamhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Obamas-Nightmare-Team<p>Market in Correction</p>Mon, 01 Feb 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Obamas-Nightmare-TeamBlog :: That is Correct(ion) Sirhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/That-is-Correction-Sir<p>Stock Market Trend: Market in Correction, Watch for Bearish Downtrend<br /> </p>Mon, 25 Jan 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/That-is-Correction-SirBlog :: Just a Bad Day or a Bearish Beginning?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Just-a-Bad-Day-or-a-Bearish-Beginning<p>The stock market finished last Friday on a decidedly bearish note &ndash;- big drop on heavy volume. The question for this week is whether this was simply an aberration attributable to an options expiration day or the beginning of some kind of market correction.</p>Wed, 20 Jan 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Just-a-Bad-Day-or-a-Bearish-BeginningBlog :: Stock Market Trend: Uptrend Remains Intacthttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Stock-market-trend-Uptrend-Remains-Intact<p>What&rsquo;s the first quarter of 2010 going to look like for the economy and stock market?&nbsp; How can you trade some of the macro trends?&nbsp; In this week&rsquo;s blog post, I going to answer these questions using my &ldquo;Always a Winner&rdquo; forecasting model. <br /> </p>Mon, 11 Jan 2010 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Stock-market-trend-Uptrend-Remains-IntactBlog :: Stock Market Trend: Bullish Trend Turning Sideways Market Pulsehttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sideways-Market-Got-Pair-Trade<p>Last week, market action was decidedly mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average and the S&amp;P 500 were barely up while both the NASDAQ and the Russell 2000 were down. Most troubling is the lack of volume -- the persistent trend over the last month in what may be an aging bull market.</p>Mon, 14 Dec 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sideways-Market-Got-Pair-TradeBlog :: Grudge Trendhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Grudge-Trend<p>Stock market trend: Bullish Trend Remains Intact</p>Mon, 07 Dec 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Grudge-TrendBlog :: Dump the Dow!http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dump-the-Dow<p>Check out an interesting long-short strategy, Trading the IBD 100, at theStreet.com</p>Mon, 30 Nov 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dump-the-DowBlog :: Dollar Dunceshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dollar-Dunces<p>Stock market trend: Possible market top OR Emergent Sideways Pattern</p>Mon, 23 Nov 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dollar-DuncesBlog :: Declare Thyself Ye Bastard Trend!http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Declare-Thyself-Ye-Bastard-Trend<p>Stock market trend: Too uncertain to call</p>Tue, 17 Nov 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Declare-Thyself-Ye-Bastard-TrendBlog :: Top Thishttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Top-This<p>Stock market trend: Likely market top reached</p>Mon, 09 Nov 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Top-ThisBlog :: Nailed It? Probablyhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Nailed-It-Probably<p>Stock market trend: Likely market top reached</p>Wed, 04 Nov 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Nailed-It-ProbablyBlog :: Calling a Market Top ? Feldstein for Fed Chairhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Calling-a-Market-Top-Feldstein-for-Fed-Chair<p>Stock market trend: Inflection Point &ndash; Likely Trend Reversal&nbsp; </p>Mon, 26 Oct 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Calling-a-Market-Top-Feldstein-for-Fed-ChairBlog :: Market Tophttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Market-Top<p>Stock market trend: Up, Strong Risk of Pullback or Trend Reversal&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>Tue, 20 Oct 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Market-TopBlog :: China's "Commodity Colony"http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Commodity-Colony<p>Stock market trend: Up, Seeking to Break Through Key Resistance Levels </p>Mon, 12 Oct 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Commodity-ColonyBlog :: The Pisani Paradoxhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Pisani-Paradox<p>Stock market trend: Up But Tired </p>Mon, 28 Sep 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Pisani-ParadoxBlog :: Let's Buy GE Optionshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Lets-Buy-GE-Options<p>Stock market trend: Up </p>Tue, 22 Sep 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Lets-Buy-GE-OptionsBlog :: October Crashhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/October-Crash<p>Stock market trend: Up. </p>Wed, 16 Sep 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/October-CrashBlog :: September Sector Checkhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/September-Sector-Check<p>Stock market trend: Up.&nbsp; Watch for pullback</p>Mon, 31 Aug 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/September-Sector-CheckBlog :: Semi-Steady As She Goeshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Semi-Steady-As-She-Goes<p>Stock market trend: Up.</p>Mon, 24 Aug 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Semi-Steady-As-She-GoesBlog :: The Defining Battle: C vs. Ihttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Defining-Battle-C-vs-I<p>Stock market trend: Up. Watch for pullback.</p>Mon, 17 Aug 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Defining-Battle-C-vs-IBlog :: Secular Stagnationhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Secular-Stagnation<p>Two weeks ago, I indicated that I had gone into a full, risk neutral hedge on my call options portfolio. This, of course, was equivalent to a call to cash in light of weakening market conditions. Since that time, the market has continued to deteriorate technically, and this technical deterioration clearly reflects uncertainties over economic fundamentals. This call to hedge or cash remains in play.</p>Mon, 13 Jul 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Secular-StagnationBlog :: Hedge Me This Batmanhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Hedge-Me-This-Batman<p>I have now gone into a full defensive hedging posture in my portfolio based on the weakening fundamental and technical conditions of this market. In particular, I have hedged each of my 2011 Call Leaps in stocks such as General Electric and Intel. My only &quot;long only&quot; stocks are a few biotechs that are long-term buy and hold plays largely outside the business cycle.</p>Fri, 26 Jun 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Hedge-Me-This-BatmanBlog :: Bull Market IOUshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Bull-Market-IOUs<p>Note: In celebration of my latest book coming this August, I have re-christened this newsletter &quot;Always a Winner Strategies.&quot; The book is the culmination of almost a decade of research examining how the business cycle strongly affects both the bottom line of companies in the performance of portfolios.</p>Mon, 15 Jun 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Bull-Market-IOUsBlog :: Full Bull Aheadhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Full-Bull-Ahead<p>Note: In celebration of my latest book coming this August, I have re-christened this newsletter &quot;Always a Winner Strategies.&quot; The book is the culmination of almost a decade of research examining how the business cycle strongly affects both the bottom line of companies in the performance of portfolios. As would this newsletter, &quot;read it and reap.&quot;</p>Mon, 08 Jun 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Full-Bull-AheadBlog :: Living in a World of "Rational Expectations"http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Living-in-a-World-of-Rational-Expectations<p>The theory of &quot;rational expectations&quot; was developed by conservative, neoclassical economists (primarily the &quot;Chicago School&quot;) to explain why it is fruitless to engage in any kind of Keynesian fiscal or monetary policy to artificially stimulate an economy. The best way to explain this theory -- which is HUGELY relevant for today&rsquo;s financial markets -- is with an example.</p>Tue, 26 May 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Living-in-a-World-of-Rational-ExpectationsBlog :: Profit-taking Pause or Bearish Reversalhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Profit-taking-Pause-or-Bearish-Reversal<p>Last week&rsquo;s market decline must raise the question: Was that simply a healthy pullback on some profit-taking in an otherwise newly established bull market OR a nasty harbinger of bearish things to come?</p>Thu, 21 May 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Profit-taking-Pause-or-Bearish-ReversalBlog :: Gaga Over "Green Shoots"http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/-Gaga-Over-Green-Shoots<p>Last week&rsquo;s Earth Day notwithstanding, &ldquo;Green Shoots&rdquo; is not some wheat grass concoction offered up at the health food bar.&nbsp; Rather, it&rsquo;s the term that seems to have spread like a virus across the financial press to describe some glimmer of hope on the horizon for the global economy.</p>Mon, 27 Apr 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/-Gaga-Over-Green-ShootsBlog :: The Technicals & Fundamentals of IThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Technicals-Fundamentals-of-IT<p>Six straight weeks now of gains for the Dow and we are now back to, and just slightly above, the magic 8,000 level of resistance.&nbsp; All technical indicators for DIA (the exchange traded fund for the Dow) reflect a bullish posture: The short term trend is up.&nbsp; The 10-day, 21-day, and 50-day moving averages are rising.&nbsp; The MACD is bullish, and DIA is clearly under accumulation.&nbsp; The only technical danger sign is an overbought condition.</p>Mon, 20 Apr 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Technicals-Fundamentals-of-ITBlog :: A Lot of Bull & Buy Delta Airlines?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/A-Lot-of-Bull-Buy-Delta-Airlines<p>We've got the Dow roughly back to where it was when I first said over a month ago that the Dow would fall from 8000 down towards 6000. Well, it got as low as 6500 so that was a pretty good call.</p>Mon, 13 Apr 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/A-Lot-of-Bull-Buy-Delta-AirlinesBlog :: The Road to Recovery Runs Through Romehttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Road-to-Recovery-Runs-Through-Rome<p>The scariest thing I read in the newspaper this last week was a story in the Los Angeles Times. On the front page, the article pondered whether small retail investors should get back in the market to take advantage of the latest rally. </p>Mon, 30 Mar 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Road-to-Recovery-Runs-Through-RomeBlog :: Obama's Confederacy of Economic Dunceshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Obamas-Confederacy-of-Economic-Dunces<p>Here's a riddle for you: What is the most common question you hear posed from the talking heads during a sideways market? The answer, of course, is this: &quot;Has the bottom been put in?&quot;</p>Mon, 23 Mar 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Obamas-Confederacy-of-Economic-DuncesBlog :: The Canary Lives, China Humiliateshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Canary-Lives-China-Humiliates<p>Last week, the US stock market found a bottom -- with a nice double-digit gain for both the Dow and S&amp;P 500. The question, of course, is whether it is the bottom.</p>Mon, 16 Mar 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Canary-Lives-China-HumiliatesBlog :: The Death of Health Care, Carbon Taxes, & Card Checkhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Death-of-Health-Care-Carbon-Taxes-Card-Check<p>In this newsletter, I will briefly comment on the current state of the markets, discuss some very significant political implications for longer-term stock market trends, and finish up with a quick analysis of an appearance I had on CNBC last week that I got a lot a reader comment on.</p>Mon, 09 Mar 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Death-of-Health-Care-Carbon-Taxes-Card-CheckBlog :: Dow 6000, S&P 650?? -- The Bottomless Bottomhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dow-6000-SP-650--The-Bottomless-Bottom<p>My call for the Dow to continue its downward trend to as low as 6000 is still in play. To this, I add the speculation that the S&amp;P 500 may be headed down to 650.</p>Mon, 02 Mar 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dow-6000-SP-650--The-Bottomless-BottomBlog :: Malign Neglect & Santelli for Treasury Secretaryhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Malign-Neglect-Santelli-for-Treasury-Secretary<p align="left">10 days ago I raised the spectre of a Dow 6000 on CNBC. Now, we are one third of the way there, and the trend remains down. I continue to advise cash and warn anybody not to get sucked in to the latest Gold Rush. Now, here's what's on my mind:Mon, 23 Feb 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Malign-Neglect-Santelli-for-Treasury-SecretaryBlog :: Dow 6000?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dow-6000<p>I did an interesting segment on CNBC's &quot;Squawk Box&quot; last Friday about the possibility of the Dow hitting 6000. Below are the notes I made in preparation for that segment. They reflect my concern about the failure of the Obama administration to deliver a well-targeted fiscal stimulus and a coherent bank bailout plan. Juxtaposed against the continued deterioration of the global economic environment, this failure does not bode well for the markets.&nbsp; To view segment, click here or go to:<br /> <a href="http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1032414845&play=1">http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1032414845&amp;play=1</a>.</p>Tue, 17 Feb 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Dow-6000Blog :: Overreact, Overthinkhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Overreact-Overthink<p>The Obama Administration is overthinking the current recession because, in a panic, its economic team sees no light at the end of the recessionary tunnel. This is despite the fact automatic stabilizers such as falling energy prices, falling home prices, falling interest rates, and diminished wage pressures are already beginning to reinvigorate the economy. Accordingly, the Journal's editorial is correct that the Obama fiscal stimulus package is way overdone. The only fiscal stimuli that should be considered are ones that can get right into the pipeline through the rest of 2009 and ones that stabilize the housing market.</p>Mon, 09 Feb 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Overreact-OverthinkBlog :: The Big Banghttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Big-Bang<p><br /> This week, we can all look forward to the &quot;Big Bang.&quot; This is the eagerly anticipated range of measures the Obama administration is going to announce to solve the credit crisis and provide relief to homeowners facing foreclosure. </p>Mon, 02 Feb 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Big-BangBlog :: As the World Turns (Down)http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/As-the-World-Turns-Down<p>The stock market remains in a funk, and the deity help us if the Dow's support level of 8000 is breached. Any failure to hold the current market bottom could result in a sharp lurch downwards.</p>Mon, 26 Jan 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/As-the-World-Turns-DownBlog :: Let the Sideways Beginhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Let-the-Sideways-Begin<p>Last week, I noted that a technical market rally was likely inconsistent with the underlying economic fundamentals, which continue to show deterioration across countries and continents. With the market's 4% drop last week, a likely sideways pattern is coming more into focus as Mr. Market debates whether all the fiscal and monetary stimuli coming down the pike will be able to first stem the recessionary bleeding and then jumpstart the US and global economies.<br /> </p>Mon, 12 Jan 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Let-the-Sideways-BeginBlog :: January In Like a Bull, Out Like a Bear?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/January-In-Like-a-Bull-Out-Like-a-Bear<p>All major US stock market indices -- the Dow, the NASDAQ, and the S&amp;P 500 -- are now clearly in the early stages of a technical bull market rally. It remains to be seen whether the underlying economic fundamentals will justify this technical rally. Either the markets are signaling that the recession will soon be over -- or market participants are about to be sucked into a vicious bear trap.</p>Tue, 06 Jan 2009 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/January-In-Like-a-Bull-Out-Like-a-BearBlog :: This Week: Sugar Highhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Sugar-High<p>Note that this will be the last newsletter before the New Year. I do hope everybody has a great holiday -- the financial and economic turmoil notwithstanding.</p>Tue, 23 Dec 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Sugar-HighBlog :: I Think, Therefore I am in Cashhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/I-Think-Therefore-I-am-in-Cash<p>Market Pulse: I got a raft of e-mails chastising me for being too bearish in last week&rsquo;s newsletter after the market rallied on Monday. This is standard operating procedure for the Bulls with rose-colored glasses.</p>Mon, 15 Dec 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/I-Think-Therefore-I-am-in-CashBlog :: California nightmare for the global economy?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/California-nightmare-for-the-global-economy<p>Will the California budget crisis tip the United States into recession? The California economy is certainly large enough to inflict such damage. It's the seventh-largest economy in the world and home to close to 38 million Americans. <br /> </p>Mon, 18 Aug 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/California-nightmare-for-the-global-economyBlog :: China's Olympic Challenge: Pomp and Propagandahttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Olympic-Challenge<p>Regrettably, the Beijing Olympic Games will provide strong validation to China's own particularly virulent brand of Maoist totalitarianism. It was not supposed to be this way.</p>Mon, 04 Aug 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Olympic-ChallengeBlog :: BodyChina's Olympic Challenge: Pomp and Propagandahttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/BodyChinas-Olympic-Challenge<p>Regrettably, the Beijing Olympic Games will provide strong validation to China's own particularly virulent brand of Maoist totalitarianism. It was not supposed to be this way.</p> <p> </p>Mon, 04 Aug 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/BodyChinas-Olympic-ChallengeBlog :: Chargers join China's deadly imitationshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chargers-join-Chinas-deadly-imitationsFri, 01 Aug 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chargers-join-Chinas-deadly-imitationsBlog :: China stirs over offshore oil pact http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-stirs-over-offshore-oil-pact-Tue, 22 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-stirs-over-offshore-oil-pact-Blog :: China's veto just part of businesshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-veto-just-part-of-business1<p>BodyThis article appears in the July 15 edition of Asia Times Online.&nbsp; Click here for the full story or paste <a href="http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html">http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.htm</a></p>Mon, 14 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-veto-just-part-of-business1Blog :: China's veto just part of businesshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-veto-just-part-of-business<p >This article appears in the July 15 edition of Asia Times Online.&nbsp; <a title="blocked::http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html" href="http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html">Click here</a> for the full story or paste <a title="blocked::http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html" href="http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html">http://www.atimes.com/atimes/China_Business/JG15Cb01.html</a> <p ><p>&nbsp;</p></p>Mon, 14 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-veto-just-part-of-businessBlog :: China's Pollution Olympicshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Pollution-Olympics<p>Special to Asia Times Online<br /> By Peter Navarro </p>Wed, 09 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Pollution-OlympicsBlog :: Health support for China investorshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Health-support-for-China-investorsTue, 01 Jul 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Health-support-for-China-investorsBlog :: Quake Lakes Spur Rethinking of China?s Dam Building Strategyhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Quake-Lakes-Spur-Rethinking-of-Chinas-Dam-Building-StrategyThu, 05 Jun 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Quake-Lakes-Spur-Rethinking-of-Chinas-Dam-Building-StrategyBlog :: China Quake Noteshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-Quake-NotesTue, 20 May 2008 14:04:24 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-Quake-NotesBlog :: This Week: Sell the Rallieshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Sell-the-RalliesThe stock market may now be characterized as prone to technical bounces while remaining in a downward trend.&nbsp; From a technical perspective, any time the market starts to move up, it is amplified by some short covering, and then takes a few days of a relief rally.&nbsp; When the technical fade begins, the smart money starts to sell the rally and down again the market goes.Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:05:43 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Sell-the-RalliesBlog :: Navarro's Well-Timed Strategy Newsletter -- Week Ending March 28, 2008http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Navarros-Well-Timed-Strategy-Newsletter-Week-Ending-March-28-2008<p>Last week&rsquo;s historic actions by the Fed &ndash; and action on Wall Street &ndash; pose questions inquiring minds certainly want to know: Have the dollar and U.S. stock market reached a bottom and have gold, oil, and industrial metals hit a top?</p>Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:03:31 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Navarros-Well-Timed-Strategy-Newsletter-Week-Ending-March-28-2008Blog :: Economic Analysishttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/ECONOMIC-ANALYSIS<p>The Fed should focus on the economy's bygone assets.&nbsp;<br /> </p>Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:01:23 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/ECONOMIC-ANALYSISBlog :: Peter Navarro: My own "Obama experience"http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Peter-Navarro-My-own-Obama-experience<p>I was Barack Obama&nbsp;before Barack Obama &mdash; sort of.</p>Wed, 09 Apr 2008 09:58:03 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Peter-Navarro-My-own-Obama-experienceBlog :: Sell the Rallies, Short the (Industrial) Metalshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sell-the-Rallies-Short-the-Industrial-MetalsTue, 01 Apr 2008 00:00:00 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sell-the-Rallies-Short-the-Industrial-MetalsBlog :: This Week: Of Clinton, Obama, and Feldsteinhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Of-Clinton-Obama-and-Feldstein<p><br /> </p>Mon, 10 Mar 2008 16:01:20 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/This-Week-Of-Clinton-Obama-and-FeldsteinBlog :: On Space Diplomacyhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/On-Space-Diplomacy<p>Where the Stone Age meets the Space Age<br /> </p>Fri, 22 Feb 2008 15:02:44 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/On-Space-DiplomacyBlog :: Confronting Three Recessionshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CONFRONTING-THREE-RECESSIONS<p><em>This oped appeared in the Providence Journal on February 2, 2008.</em></p> <p>Neither president Bush, Congress nor the Federal Reserve is charting a course to a long-lasting economic recovery.</p>Tue, 12 Feb 2008 15:21:39 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CONFRONTING-THREE-RECESSIONSBlog :: Sovereign wealth funds: China's potent economic weaponhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sovereign-wealth-funds-Chinas-potent-economic-weapon<p>SWFs can act as a nation's fiscal stabilizer, but can also be used to achieve more nefarious economic goals.</p>Tue, 12 Feb 2008 15:12:09 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Sovereign-wealth-funds-Chinas-potent-economic-weaponBlog :: CNBC Contributor Peter Navarro Talking Pointshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CNBC-Contributor-Peter-Navarro-Talking-PointsThu, 24 Jan 2008 15:18:17 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CNBC-Contributor-Peter-Navarro-Talking-PointsBlog :: Fix economy with manufacturing jobshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Fix-economy-with-manufacturing-jobs<p >Wed, 16 Jan 2008 15:10:03 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Fix-economy-with-manufacturing-jobsBlog :: CHINA'S PLAYING ITS OWN VERSION OF 'GRAND THEFT AUTO'http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CHINAS-PLAYING-ITS-OWN-VERSION-OF-GRAND-THEFT-AUTOMon, 19 Nov 2007 14:45:21 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/CHINAS-PLAYING-ITS-OWN-VERSION-OF-GRAND-THEFT-AUTOBlog :: Yahoo isn't the only villainhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Yahoo-isnt-the-only-villain<p >[Navarro note: This oped appears in LA times and was inspired by my segment on Power Lunch]Tue, 13 Nov 2007 13:44:59 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Yahoo-isnt-the-only-villainBlog :: By the light of a Chinese moonhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/By-the-light-of-a-Chinese-moonFri, 26 Oct 2007 13:53:04 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/By-the-light-of-a-Chinese-moonBlog :: The New Space Racehttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-New-Space-Race<p>Fifty years ago, the now-defunct Soviet Union stunned the world with the launch of Sputnik. While it was little more than a large silver ball carrying a radio transmitter, Sputnik represented nothing less than a claim on the future of mankind by an odious political system and a boast of Marxist superiority over everything from education to industrial organization.</p>Mon, 15 Oct 2007 15:25:16 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-New-Space-RaceBlog :: The Baltimore Sun: Evolution's next step: space colonieshttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Baltimore-Sun-Evolutions-next-step-space-coloniesThu, 04 Oct 2007 19:46:09 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Baltimore-Sun-Evolutions-next-step-space-coloniesBlog :: A New Axis of Evil: Burma-Darfur-Chinahttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/A-New-Axis-of-Evil-Burma-Darfur-ChinaMon, 01 Oct 2007 13:04:02 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/A-New-Axis-of-Evil-Burma-Darfur-ChinaBlog :: The Three Gorges Dam Disaster Waiting to Happenhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Three-Gorges-Dam-Disaster-Waiting-to-HappenThu, 27 Sep 2007 14:27:59 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Three-Gorges-Dam-Disaster-Waiting-to-HappenBlog :: The Orange County Register: China talks peace, hacks our computershttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Orange-County-Register-China-talks-peace-hacks-our-computersTue, 25 Sep 2007 19:34:13 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/The-Orange-County-Register-China-talks-peace-hacks-our-computersBlog :: Mattel Kow Tows to Chinahttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Mattel-Kow-Tows-to-ChinaFri, 21 Sep 2007 13:10:46 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Mattel-Kow-Tows-to-ChinaBlog :: China's Latest Game of Hardballhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Latest-Game-of-HardballTue, 18 Sep 2007 18:15:26 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinas-Latest-Game-of-HardballBlog :: Chinese Inflation -- The Next Big Worryhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinese-Inflation--The-Next-Big-Worry<p ><b><p /></b></p>Fri, 14 Sep 2007 13:44:20 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Chinese-Inflation--The-Next-Big-WorryBlog :: No End In Sight http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Paul-Bremmer-Roasted-on-a-Spit<p>This documentary should have been titled &quot;Paul Bremmer Roasted on a Spit.&quot;</p>Mon, 10 Sep 2007 14:29:59 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Paul-Bremmer-Roasted-on-a-SpitBlog :: Labor Day is a wake, not a celebrationhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Labor-Day-is-a-wake-not-a-celebration<p>Labor Day is a wake, not a celebration</p>Tue, 04 Sep 2007 19:03:40 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Labor-Day-is-a-wake-not-a-celebrationBlog :: THREE GORGES DAM CRUISE TO HADES?http://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THREE-GORGES-DAM-CRUISE-TO-HADES<p >There is an excellent front page article on the Three Gorges Dam in the Aug. 29 edition of the Wall Street Journal.&nbsp;&nbsp; In <i><a href="http://www.amazon.com/dp/0132281287?tag=peternavarroc-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0132281287&adid=090ST6MQY20E7C49QMF1&">The Coming China Wars</a>, </i>I discuss the problems with the Three Gorges Dam in detail.&nbsp; Here&rsquo;s an excerpt:</p>Thu, 30 Aug 2007 11:43:15 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THREE-GORGES-DAM-CRUISE-TO-HADESBlog :: THE CHINA EFFECT ON YOU TUBEhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THE-CHINA-EFFECT-ON-YOU-TUBE<p ><a title="http://media.merage.uci.edu/merage/faculty/navarro/ComingChinaWars.wmv" href="http://media.merage.uci.edu/merage/faculty/navarro/ComingChinaWars.wmv">Click here</a> to watch the complete webstream of Book TV&rsquo;s presentation on <i>The Coming <place w:st=""><country-region w:st="">China</country-region></place> Wars.&nbsp; &nbsp;</i>Note that to watch this, you must have a Windows Media Player.&nbsp; For a shorter version that will play right off you web browser on You Tube, <a title="http://www.youtube.com/ComingChinaWars" href="http://www.youtube.com/ComingChinaWars">click here</a>. Now for this week&rsquo;s China Effect: <p ><p>&nbsp;</p></p>Mon, 27 Aug 2007 18:12:28 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THE-CHINA-EFFECT-ON-YOU-TUBEBlog :: BOOK TVhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/BOOK-TV<p>Book TV will air The Coming China Wars</p>Thu, 23 Aug 2007 11:46:16 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/BOOK-TVBlog :: THE CHINA EFFECThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THE-CHINA-EFFECT<p>#1: While the <country-region w:st="">US</country-region> is the world&rsquo;s beef king, <country-region w:st=""><place w:st="">China</place></country-region> far and away is the world&rsquo;s leading pork producer.&nbsp; Unfortunately, <place w:st=""><country-region w:st="">China</country-region></place> is also the world&rsquo;s biggest source of mutant virus strains &ndash; think SARS.&nbsp;</p>Mon, 20 Aug 2007 15:45:36 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/THE-CHINA-EFFECTBlog :: China: the defective-product kinghttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-the-defective-product-king<p><strong>Beijing's attitude about quality of its goods reflects its Maoist legacy. </strong><strong><p /> <p /> </strong></p>Wed, 15 Aug 2007 19:31:19 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/China-the-defective-product-kingBlog :: Providence Journal Opedhttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Providence-Journal-Oped<p><b>Peter Navarro: An unsporting <place w:st=""><city w:st="">Beijing</city></place> Olympiad </b><b><p /> <p /> <p><b>Thursday, August 9, 2007, Providence Journal</b></p> <p><b>PETER NAVARRO</b> </p> <p><place w:st=""><city w:st="">IRVINE</city>, <state w:st="">Calif.</state></place> </p> </b></p>Fri, 10 Aug 2007 14:02:08 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/Providence-Journal-OpedBlog :: My Notes for My Segment on Today's Power Lunch -- CNBChttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/My-Notes-for-My-Segment-on-Todays-Power-Lunch--CNBC<div><strong>This is the sample Q&amp;A I prepared for an appearance on CNBC in response to a report in the Daily Telegraph (England) that &quot;</strong>The Chinese government has begun a concerted campaign of economic threats against the United States, hinting that it may liquidate its vast holding of US treasuries if Washington imposes trade sanctions to force a yuan revaluation.&quot; </div>Fri, 10 Aug 2007 13:59:33 GMThttp://www.ftpress.com/blogs/My-Notes-for-My-Segment-on-Todays-Power-Lunch--CNBC