Financial Advise Stock Market Crash Great Depression Inflation Deflation Bear Market Jim Shepherd's financial advisor service uses a financial investment model that 
		accurately predicts the financial long-term changes in the US financial stock market. The financial investment model used by Jim's financial advisor 
		service predicted both the 1987 and 1929 stock market crashes. Many other smaller interim financial moves also were predicted, including the
		beginning of the 2000 Bear stock market in late 1999. Both inflation and the current descent toward deflation, that was responsible for the great
		depression, are measured by this same financial investment model that has been used to predict both bear markets and new bull markets,
		far in advance of anything available in the U.S. financial markets.
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Below you'll find links to recent business and economic news articles that have the potential to impact the market and economy. They are selected from the hundreds of news items written every day, most of which do not reflect what is really important to the future direction of the economy and US stock market.

These items are posted on a random basis so it's worth visiting the site frequently to stay informed.


New Is a commercial real estate bust inevitable?
New U.S. Home Sales Remain Sluggish as Supply Soars
New N.J. home prices haven't hit bottom yet
New Yield Curve Steepens to Record as Debt Sales Surge
New The $4 trillion housing headache
New Mortgage-Bond Yields Jump, Jeopardizing Fed’s Housing Effort
New The next leg down is deflation
26-May-2009 Homes: Almost 20% cheaper
26-May-2009 Budget crises swamp state after state
26-May-2009 Signs of more trouble ahead for housing market
26-May-2009 Lowest Libor Hides ‘Exceptionally Wide’ Bank Spreads
25-May-2009 Job Losses Push Safer Mortgages to Foreclosure
25-May-2009 Wall Street nervously awaits data on home sales, consumer confidence
25-May-2009 The Crisis Isn't California's Alone
24-May-2009 Britain looks to the land of the rising sun with envy
23-May-2009 European Slump May Stall Global Rebound
23-May-2009 U.S. Jobless Rate Likely to Pass Europe’s
23-May-2009 Fitch expresses concern about China's loan cascade
23-May-2009 Fitch expects CA real estate to decline another 36%
22-May-2009 Here Comes The Option ARM Mortgage Explosion
22-May-2009 San Francisco Home Prices Fall 41% on Foreclosures
21-May-2009 German April Producer Prices Record Biggest Drop in 22 Years
21-May-2009 Stocks belted by British downgrade
21-May-2009 New jobless claims drop, benefit rolls reach 6.7M

During the course of a week, our research staff searches through news stories; reports by the various Federal Reserve banks; surveys conducted by universities and other private institutions; and occasionally we receive an interesting investment newsletter that we think would be of interest to you.

NOTE: Although we attempt to avoid news sites that require registration or survey participation before viewing a particular article, these requirements are sometimes added after the first few hours of publishing and after we have added the link to our service. Occasionally, some news agencies will discontinue a link, making it only available to their paid on-line subscribers. Unfortunately we have no control over the actions that are the responsibility of the news agencies owning the rights to their stories.


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New Highs in Leverage

The value Over-The Counter (non-regulated and not traded on exchanges) Derivatives totals an astounding $700 Trillion.

Bank for International Settlements
June 30, 2008