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Solari Update: Equity Overview with Chuck Gibson

Solari Update: Equity Overview with Chuck Gibson

Emerging Markets are hugely important.
~James Dyson

By Catherine Austin Fitts

The re-balancing of the global economy which began in the mid-1990s fueled significant growth of the emerging markets. And this growth has resulted in increased float of emerging market securities throughout global markets.

Emerging market equities – along with corporate and sovereign bonds – now represent a significant percentage of U.S. and European pension fund, institutional and retail holdings.

The years 2008 to 2009 were a painful period for financial markets and the emerging markets were no exception. From 2010 to 2012, these markets saw improvement along with developed equity markets. But, the emerging markets have lagged significantly behind North American markets during 2013.

Why? Does this divergence represent an opportunity for investors or are there greater risks ahead? What are the primary trends?

This week, I will be speaking with Chuck Gibson – managing member of Financial Perspectives and my partner at Sea Lane Advisory, LLC – about the global emerging markets. Chuck has prepared an excellent presentation rich with analytics and charts that provide an invaluable overview for this week’s Solari Report.

In the Money & Markets segment, join me for a discussion of current events including the repercussions of the U.S. fiscal squabbles.

In Let’s Go to the Movies, I will review Stock Shock, a fascinating documentary about the early years of Sirius XM radio that is a reminder of the many things that can (and do) go wrong with equity investments, particularly with early-stage companies.

I hope you’ll join us this week on The Solari Report!

From The Blog
October 24
Equity Overview with Chuck Gibson

October 31
The Solari Zombie Report

November 7
Coming Clean, Dr. Joseph Farrell

The Politics of Sex and Race
One of my greatest prayers for America is that men and women have an honest conversation about how we have been played against each other and then black folks and white folks do the same. Miracles would happen.

SEC Looks to Ease Checks on Crowdfuding Investors
Small businesses raising money by selling shares over the Internet wouldn’t have to verify that their backers comply with individual investment limits under a U.S. regulatory proposal set for a vote as early as this week.

Treasuries Lose Cachet on Lowest Foreign Demand Since '01
The cost of the US government borrowing money to generate corporate earnings is now reaching parity globally.

Oct. 21, 2013 by Chuck Gibson
As a part of our regular market analysis we continuously watch the internals to look for structural changes that may provide warning a change may be afoot. Two of the
“internals” we follow are the advance decline line and the number of stocks reaching all-time highs.
Median Wealth Increases, but U.S. Still Stuck at #27 in World

Just A Taste - A Tense Disagreement
Get a "taste" of The Solari Report with this video excerpt from last week's report:

"Our theme tonight is 'Helping Eachother Come Clean Over the Fiscal Cliff.' We've had quite a 2 weeks watching congress debate the budget issues especially as they pertain to Obamacare. This is just the beginning."
Watch the video...

Coming Clean: Beyond the Fiscal Cliff
We are republishing each of the 22 challenges from Catherine’s fiscal cliff article weekly. We hope this helps to digest them bit by bit!

Disclosure - 1st of 22 Challenges.
Read more here!

Lunch with Catherine, Sanfrancisco, CA
If you are a Solari Report subscriber, you are cordially invited to meet and have lunch with Catherine.

This will provide an opportunity for you to meet Catherine in person and to get together with other Solari Report subscribers in your area.

Catherine will be in Sanfrancisco, California on October 29, 2013.
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About The Solari Report
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Nothing in this Solari Update should be taken as individual investment advice. Anyone seeking investment advice for his or her personal financial situation is advised to seek out a qualified advisor or advisors and provide as much information as possible to the advisor in order that such advisor can take into account all relevant circumstances, objectives, and risks before rendering an opinion as to the appropriate investment strategy.

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