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Bert Dohmen is a serious analyst and a trader. You’ve probably seen him on national TV such as CNBC, Neil Cavuto’s show on FOXNEWS, CNN, or read his views in Barron’s, the Wall Street Journal, Investor’s Business Daily, Business Week, etc.

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Why Buffett Is STILL Wrong About Gold
Is it too late to jump into the best-performing asset of 2020? Read for our short and long-term forecasts.
Were You Prepared For The Stock Market’s “Coronavirus Plunge?”
With today's 1000+ point plunge in the Dow, most investors were caught by surprised, incurring huge losses in just one day. Yet, since early January, the technical signals had been warning of a huge “demand vacuum” being created while major indices, and a handful of stocks, reached all-time highs.
Why Are Investors Buying Trillions Of Dollars Of Negative-Yield Bonds?
It appears that the big, smart money worldwide is scrambling to buy TRILLIONS of dollars of bonds, even bonds with negative yields. Inflows into bond funds are near a record high. Global bond funds have had an inflow of about $330 billion just this year. That is huge.
Will A Rate Cut Be As Bullish For Stocks As Everybody Believes?
Fed head Jerome Powell’s assuring testimony in front of Congress on July 10th hinted more than ever that a rate cut would be made later this month. However, at Dohmen Capital, we pose the important question: “are declining interest rates bullish for stocks?”
What The Biggest Investors Are Doing With Their Money Now
Right now, money flows, into and out of the stock market, show huge outflows by the traditional largest stock buyers, such as institutions. If institutions have been big sellers of listed stocks in the past, but the cash levels of funds are not rising, where have institutions been investing?
The Deception Behind “Strong” Employment Reports
This year we are in the market phase where a weak economy is looked upon as positive. It implies that the Fed will cut rates, which Wall Street seems to think will stimulate the economy. However, that is a false belief.
The Bear Market Rally That Faked Out Most Investors
Most investors were euphoric during the last part of the recent rally and were caught buying at the top only to see their investments plunge since May 1. Yet, the warning signs were clear that the rally was not genuine and instead was simply a bear market rally. Read what we saw ahead...
The 'Fake' Bull Rally Is Hitting Resistance
With the Dow rising 9 of the past 10 weeks, you once again hear all the exuberance from analysts in the financial media that you heard in late September 2018.
The Case For Gold
Bullish sentiment for gold and silver was at a multi-year low late last year. Very few people were interested. That’s usually the time to take a fresh look, technical and fundamental, and if everything lines up, go against the bearish majority.
How Can You Protect Your Assets In 2019?
Most investors will have a tough time the next several years. Confusion will be widespread. The volatility will disguise the deterioration below the surface. And Wall Street will make sure to continue to spread a bullish message, regardless of what the facts show. What should you do?
How You Can Identify A Market Top!
Analysts all over financial TV talked about the sudden “dip” the wiped out the gains the major indices this year. We were well aware of the coming decline due to our proper prediction of market tops. Here's why: ctober market top:
Why You Should Ignore Wall Street At Critical Market Turns
Investors should "disregard earnings" as they never identify a market top. Look at the only factor that matters.
The Worst Is Still Ahead For Investors
Currently, investors hear that “only recessions cause bear markets.” That is incredibly false and perhaps intentionally deceptive.
The Market's "Last Gasp"​ Was A Bull Trap
In September, our indicators had confirmed that the eye-catching last up-move in some of the major indices had all the signs of the final engineered “bull trap.” This article investigates the causes and effects of this particular move.
Ten Years After The Financial Crisis: Will History Repeat?
This September marks the ten-year Anniversary of the Crash of 2008 that eventually enveloped the world. We take a look back at that time, before and during the Financial Crisis, to examine the missteps by #WallStreet and whether history will repeat.
What's Really Driving The S&P 500 Higher?
Since the beginning of April, the S&P 500 has been setting higher highs and higher lows. In fact, it recently broke out above a key resistance level it set back in March. Could this be a false up-side breakout or will new highs be reached?
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