September's Cover Highlights;
The chronology records economic history preventing revisionist tampering in future years. Many of the same asset managers telling everyone to go long the market in 2007-2008 repeat the same mantra in 2015-2016. The stock market topped out in May 2015 which placed anyone that listened to television pundits over the last couple years either flat or underwater on their long trades, however, the central banker go juice has pumped stocks higher from February of this year to present to new all-time highs rewarding those that blindly remain long with full confidence in the Federal Reserve.
Analyst and strategist quotes and words are recorded in the chronology so credit or disdain can be handed out in the future. If a multi-year top is printing, the chronology serves as the most accurate accounting of the stock market topping process ever recorded in economic and market history. The chronology is the most reliable and easy to understand source for explaining global markets. The chronology is very easy to read and avoids using fancy ten-dollar college words.
As always, all monthly publications of the Daily Chronology of GlobalMarkets and World Economics are available from the links in the margins or simply searching on Amazon or Google. The monthly publication contains updated information not posted on this web site as well as clarifications, edits and refinements to the ongoing daily blog text. (Note: Daily blog postings have been suspended due to inadequate support for the KE Stone blog sites by the thousands of international daily users; for now the valuable economic and market information provided by Keystone the Scribe is only available through Amazon)
We are living through historic stock market and economic times. The daily chronology is the most accurate accounting on how the stock market tops and bottoms occur in real-time. The monthly publications are compatible with any electronic device and include an extensive Business Acronym List and Ticker Symbol List. The Acronym List is the most comprehensive business-related acronym list available on the internet. The chronology is not available in hard copy and only distributed around the world electronically.