Massive Market Divergence In 3 Charts

In his latest update, Mike Maloney shows one of the most concerning data points for today's stock markets: decreasing volume. This is happening even while markets are levitated by Fed stimulus & negative interest rates.

Play Video paul craig roberts-fed afraid rising gold will sink dollar October 20, 2014 - 05:51:38 PDT

Paul Craig Roberts-Fed Afraid Rising Gold will Sink Dollar

“The reason they want to hold the Gold price down is they are afraid of its impact on the dollar. The reason why they had to suppress the Gold price is they had to protect the dollar from quantitative easing (QE) because They Were Printing Trillions ... Read More »

gold bulls lured back for first time in two months October 20, 2014 - 05:31:00 PDT

Gold Bulls Lured Back for First Time in Two Months

Federal Reserve policy makers identified slowing foreign economies as a risk to the U.S., spurring the fastest purchases of Gold held through exchange-traded products sine July. Read More »

when a stock market theory is contagious - robert shiller October 20, 2014 - 10:51:40 PDT

When a Stock Market Theory Is Contagious - Robert Shiller

The current secular-stagnation story is less dramatic than that of the debt crisis. But because it’s so vague, the negative feedback loop can’t be resolved as neatly. The question may be whether this thought virus mutates into a more psychologically ... Read More »

behind private equity’s curtain October 20, 2014 - 10:45:35 PDT

Behind Private Equity’s Curtain

The pensions of millions of Americans have been put into the 'care' of Wall Street banks. Expect the worse. Read More »

the return of the ‘fear trade’ October 20, 2014 - 10:39:09 PDT

The Return of the ‘Fear Trade’

Investors fear the eurozone is falling back into recession, with Germany leading the way. That has the potential to undercut U.S. earnings. Read More »

signs of bubble collapse appearing in emerging asia October 20, 2014 - 10:26:51 PDT

Signs of Bubble Collapse Appearing in Emerging Asia

The imminent normalization of U.S. monetary policy may spell bad news for investors. How bad? According to a recent report by the International Monetary Fund, the shift could see market players lose 8%, or $3.8 trillion, on their bond portfolios. Read More »

gold futures climb on dollar weakness to falling stocks October 20, 2014 - 08:13:08 PDT

Gold Futures Climb on Dollar Weakness to Falling Stocks

“This scenario continues to be supportive for Gold, as it allows for more room to rebuild positions in the near term should investor doubts on global growth & uncertainties on the timing of Fed rate hikes linger,” Read More »

the risk of a 1987 style crash is growing warns john hussman October 20, 2014 - 08:06:22 PDT

The Risk Of A 1987 Style Crash Is Growing Warns John Hussman

In short, recent weeks have seen a strenuously overbought record high in the S&P 500 featuring the most lopsided bullish sentiment (Investor’s Intelligence) since 1987, coupled with increasing divergence and deterioration across a wide range of m... Read More »

there's a big stimulus coming together for america's homebuyers October 20, 2014 - 07:55:36 PDT

There's A Big Stimulus Coming Together For America's Homebuyers

God help us! More likely, when the next batch of subprime mortgages hits the fan, Fed Chair Janet Yellen will help us. She’ll do it with QE-10. Thank goodness for Fannie, Freddie, and Feddie. Read More »

October 20, 2014 - 07:34:29 PDT

"Four German Banks On The Brink" - Handelsblatt

four banks of which three are known, HSH Nordbank, IKB & MunchenerHyp, will likely fail the ECB's stress test whose results are due to be announced next Friday. Read More »

Play Video inflation-deflation tug-of-war means more qe - jim rickards October 20, 2014 - 07:25:01 PDT

Inflation-Deflation tug-of-war means more QE - Jim Rickards

‘Death of Money’ author Jim Rickards says the U.S. is growing below potential and that QE 4 is coming. Read More »

fuzzy numbers - crash course chapter 18 - chris martenson October 20, 2014 - 07:16:38 PDT

Fuzzy Numbers - Crash Course Chapter 18 - Chris Martenson

What if it turned out that our individual, corporate & government decision-making was based on misleading, if not provably false, data? Read More »

bank of england humiliated over real time payment meltdown October 20, 2014 - 07:01:06 PDT

Bank of England Humiliated Over Real Time Payment Meltdown

The Bank of England is suffering a serious loss of face today after the computer system it uses to make large scale payments between UK banks broke down. Read More »

the real reason the global economy is such a mess – and how to fix it - steve forbes October 20, 2014 - 06:52:08 PDT

The Real Reason the Global Economy is Such a Mess – and How to Fix It - Steve Forbes

Classicists thought more “perfect competition” among businesses, minimal government regulation, prudent levels of government spending, a Gold standard and low taxes, along with combating unsound banking practices, would do the trick. Read More »

hong kong crisis deepens, talks on tuesday October 20, 2014 - 06:47:37 PDT

Hong Kong Crisis Deepens, talks on Tuesday

A deepening sense of impasse gripped Hong Kong on Monday as pro-democracy protests entered their fourth week, with the government having limited options to end the crisis and demonstrators increasingly willing to confront police. Read More »

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Do you know where most of the purchasing power in the United States comes from? In addition to reactionary economic policy that drives the printing of new dollars whenever the whim strikes, paper currency extends its reach through fractional reserve banking. In the past, currency had to be borrowed from those who were saving; now, it is stretched to the breaking point. Today, every bank loans out the maximum allowed. When you deposit $10 in a checking account, that bank can loan out all but ten percent. That $9 is passed back into the economy and deposited into another bank; 90 percent of that deposit can again be loaned. Ultimately, a $10 deposit in a checking account creates $100 in fractional currency. A single dollar, in the hands of a modern bank, can become ten or more with fractional reserve lending.

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