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This Week: Time to Out Michael Santoli's Mystery Broker

Peter Navarro

Stock Market Trend: Upward

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By Peter NavarroMarch 16, 2010
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

Dollar Dunces

Peter Navarro

Stock market trend: Possible market top OR Emergent Sideways Pattern

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By Peter NavarroNovember 23, 2009
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

The Defining Battle: C vs. I

Peter Navarro

Stock market trend: Up. Watch for pullback.

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By Peter NavarroAugust 17, 2009
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

Secular Stagnation

Peter Navarro

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.

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By Peter NavarroJuly 13, 2009
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

Hedge Me This Batman

Peter Navarro

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 "long only" stocks are a few biotechs that are long-term buy and hold plays largely outside the business cycle.

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By Peter NavarroJune 26, 2009
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

Profit-taking Pause or Bearish Reversal

Peter Navarro

Last week’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?

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Let the Sideways Begin

Peter Navarro

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.

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By Peter NavarroJanuary 12, 2009
Topics: Politics, Finance & Investing

Quake Lakes Spur Rethinking of China?s Dam Building Strategy

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By Peter NavarroJune 5, 2008
Topics: Global Business, Politics

China Quake Notes

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By Peter NavarroMay 20, 2008
Topics: Global Business, Politics

Peter Navarro: My own "Obama experience"

Peter Navarro

I was Barack Obama before Barack Obama — sort of.

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By Peter NavarroApril 9, 2008
Topics: Author Interviews, Politics

On Space Diplomacy

Peter Navarro

Where the Stone Age meets the Space Age

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By Peter NavarroFebruary 22, 2008
Topics: Global Business, Politics

Confronting Three Recessions

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This oped appeared in the Providence Journal on February 2, 2008.

Neither president Bush, Congress nor the Federal Reserve is charting a course to a long-lasting economic recovery.

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By Peter NavarroFebruary 12, 2008
Topics: Global Business, Politics

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