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Subject: Re: inversion getting worse Date: 1/4/2006 2:49 PM
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I keep hearing that CapEx spending will pick up the slack but never
see any proof in what the Fed releases about our economy that CapEx
spending has been going up in '05.  It's actually been going DOWN.

My favorite chart right now is the S&P 500 from January to December
of 2000.

The inversion had occurred and people "in the know" (like you & I guess
you could say) knew better.  But I imagine the vast majority of folks
saw the S&P climb that wall of worry and figure the bears were just
full of themselves.

I look at the chart for Gold and I've never seen it this over bought.
Given it's volatility I'm sure a coorection in Gold will push equities 
up even higher.

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?symbol=$GOLD&period=DAILY&start=2004-11-01&id=p26630735682

I keep hearing Larry Kudlow talk about the "Google, Yahoo Economy"
and how this has changed everything.

Maybe search engines, free e-mail and fictitious Capex spending is
all we need to create a perpetual upward movement in the indexes?

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