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Daily Reading on the Financial Markets: 2/5/13

At Points and Figures, Jeff Carter laments the use of monetary stimulus as credit creation becomes increasingly ineffective as a catalyst for productive economic growth.

Bob Janjuah has been bearish for years.  Very perma-bearish.  He is now suggesting a final “parabolic” spike up to the high 1500’s (in the S&P) before his long-forecasted crash.

Chris Kimble says that market internals have not yet broken down, and high yield bonds are testing key support.

John Hussman remains staunchly bearish, and says it’s with good reason.  He contends that  current market sentiment and price action to is comparable to just 5 periods in the last 40 years:

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