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Bob Hoye

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Bob Hoye has been in investment business for some 50 years, making him one of the more experienced researchers. His historical work has been thorough providing the first recognition of the fascinating transition from speculation in commodities to speculation in financial assets. It was controversial when Bob observed that “No matter how much the Fed prints, stocks will outperform commodities”. In January 2000, the research team concluded that the Dot-Com Bubble would peak in March 2000. In early 2007, the team outlined that the credit markets would reverse in May-June 2007. They did and the stock market followed. The latest was the call in early October for the Bitcoin Bubble to complete in December. Bob’s essays and speeches on political change and on actual climate change have been widely circulated.

HoweStreet.com Radio - Shrinking Hedge Funds Exposing Dud Assets

HoweStreet.com Radio - Is rampant inflation likely?

HoweStreet.com Radio - Inflation, Interest Rates, Risky Borrowing

HoweStreet.com Radio - Dow, US Fed, 1929, Bitcoin

January 31st, 2021 | Short Selling Stories

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - With unprecedented short squeezes happening lately, the trade is getting the equivalent media attention. Right up front, this veteran investor is very much for shorting. With rules including execution only on an uptick trade and with the stock available at what used to be called the loan post. Selling short into a rising market provides […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - Gold beats speculation in the long run

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - In just going back to President Lyndon B. Johnson, Democrats have been pixilated by political novelty. Often trashing being sensible, but for Democrats—what is sensible? LBJ was a “dirt-poor” teacher from a “dirt-poor” part of Texas. Who when not picking up dogs by their ears or specifically detailing the next day’s bombing targets in North Vietnam, […]

January 22nd, 2021 | Rich Getting Richer and 1929

HoweStreet.com Radio - Does Gold Predict Markets?

HoweStreet.com Radio - What does record high margin debt tell us?

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - Until Wednesday, Trump’s convivial rallies have been historically big and convivial. Enjoyed by happy patriots who knew they were winning. An orderly way to restore accountable and limited government.  In openly criticizing unrelenting intrusion by authoritarians this has been a refreshing attempt to bring much needed reform. Following up the stellar election in 2016, the […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - What could be warning signs market has topped?

January 5th, 2021 | Turning Event Dates

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - Throughout history, societies have lived relatively peacefully within the politics of limited government and individual freedom. No matter where or when prevailing, it has provided the most prosperity. And over the last few generations, prosperity has provided unprecedented longevity. What is there not to like? But some in living a life of endless personal dissatisfaction, […]

December 31st, 2020 | Princely Finance and Taxation

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - One would have hoped that financial rip-offs committed by medieval princes would have been permanently shelved when liberal enlightenment ended the divine right of kings. Instead, some kind of divine right of bureaucrats has forced too much in-your-face and in-your-wallet government. Today’s version of greedy royalty. And the remedy lies in popular uprisings against bullying […]

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - A tweet from the National Weather Service in Miami: “Brrr! Much colder temps expected for Christmas. Falling iguanas are possible”. On Christmas Day, the Associated Press reported: “With unexpectedly cold weather in the forecast and pandemic-related curfews. Florida is about to have a Christmas unlike any other in recent memory, and it may involve falling […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - Some historical Christmas financial footnotes

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - No need to expand upon “Glorious”, but a “New Issue Market” invites some detailing.  Historically, one of the features of a mature bull market is that the demand for stocks excites a rush by underwriters to take private companies public. Such offerings have been called new issues. Certainly from their wild record with the South […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - Precious metals and seasonality

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - The line about the KGB and Democrats appeared in the American Thinker on Sunday and is a scathingly accurate observation by Don Surber, a blogger. In thinking it might be a caption for a cartoon a check of “Images” listed some variations but no cartoon. For those old enough to recall network radio shows, there […]

December 11th, 2020 | Markets in Asia are Red Hot

HoweStreet.com Radio - Do Gold Miners have bad spending habits?

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - America is suffering its greatest political storm without the bloodshed of outright hostilities.  Some 15 years ago, the struggle between ordinary folk and ambitious politicians began to become noticeable and this writer wrote some articles titled “Cold Civil War”. Well, the belligerents are still intruding, but thankfully it is still “Cold”. What created the clash […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - The “Everything” rally led by European markets

HoweStreet.com Radio - Debt binge, shorting, and Tesla

Charts and Markets - Bob Hoye - The New York Times accomplishments have ranged from admirable to deplorable. But no matter how questionable the “newspaper of record” can be, it’s always been esteemed by fashionable people. A regrettable phase occurred in the early 1930s when most everyone from hairy intellectuals to society matrons admired Communism. A 1990’s FEE article outlined that the […]

HoweStreet.com Radio - Gold, Interest Rates, Stock Market, The Fed

HoweStreet.com Radio - Is a myth political gridlock good for stocks?
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