Stock Market & Economic Update

by Wes Bridel on October 22, 2010

in Economic Updates

The stock market is in a bull run.  Will it last?  This economic update is intended to quickly catch you up on the most important factors of the last month which affect the stock market and is part three of a six part series of Economic Update Videos.  Some of the factors we discuss here are economic, some have more to do with sentiment and money flows.

For instance, did you know that in almost all major categories, money is flowing out of the stock market….and yet, the stock market is going up!  If you’re thinking to yourself that that shouldn’t be possible, you’re right.  But it’s happening.  Perhaps the Government’s Plunge Protection Team is back on the job?

The International Monetary Fund has recently warned that conditions in the global financial system have the potential to jump from benign to crises mode very rapidly.  Is this what you’re hearing in the news?  Apparently not because investor sentiment is very high again while at the same time corporate insiders (the guys how really know what is going on with the companies) are selling their stocks hand as fast as they can.

Unemployment is up, the Economy is down, but the market is media is telling us that this is all good news?  We look at some headlines from the Financial Times and the Wallstreet Journal that will really have your scratching your head.  Why would they do that?

We look at the very strange phenomenon that is our market today so that you can be better prepared for what is happening next.  We hope you enjoy this video.  If you have not seen The Coming Storm video, you should do so immediately to have a fuller understanding of what lies ahead.  You can do so for free by going here.

The last economic update we did can be found here.  If you are receiving this post as an email or in a reader, you might have to click the post title to take you to the internet to watch the video.  thanks for watching!

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