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TOP NEWSBROKEN: Do You Really Think The FED Knows What it is Doing?

 See full story: BROKEN: Do You Really Think The FED Knows What it is Doing? One year ago today - something massive happened in the global markets that marked the beginning of the current crisis. No, it wasn’t the health crisis that kicked off this industrial scale panic…tune in to Mike Maloney’s latest analysis to see the evidence of this event as well as conclusive proof that financial models are not only wrong, but broken. Do you really think the Fed knows what is doing?

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Sep 14, 2020 - 09:08:57 PDT

Top 5 Silver & Gold Products I Buy

Want to know the bullion products Mike Maloney buys? Or what to focus on if you’re new?I asked Mike these very questions in this short video, packed with useful information.It includes the one product that comprises the vast majority of his holdings.Plus, why we buy most of our bullion in small denominations.What are the top 5 products Mike buys?

Sep 18, 2020 - 13:07:32 PDT

Got Gold? Bottom Barrel Rates to Last for Years to Come

I’ve shared with you a number of times that my three-year price target for gold remains at $4,000. This week, Bloomberg commodity strategist Mike McGlone went even further, calling for $7,000 gold by 2025 as balance sheets at the world’s four biggest central banks continue to expand as a percentage of GDP.

Sep 18, 2020 - 13:02:30 PDT

Gold Futures Tally a Second Straight Weekly Gain

Gold futures finished on Friday to tally a second weekly gain in a row, though prices only scored a modest boost from Federal Reserve policy that signaled a lower-for-longer path for interest rates for the next three to four years.

Sep 18, 2020 - 12:46:01 PDT

The Fed is Now the Largest Holder of the U.S. Debt, Overtaking All Other Central Banks Combined

This became one of the consequences of the policy chosen to support the country's economy in the times of crisis. To increase liquidity, the Federal Reserve resorted to buying bonds, which allowed the market to be saturate with cash inflows.

Sep 18, 2020 - 12:41:19 PDT

White House Announces $13B Aid Package for Puerto Rico

FEMA will award almost $13 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s electrical grid system and spur recovery of the territory’s education system—the largest obligations of funding ever awarded," the statement from the White House said,

Sep 18, 2020 - 11:55:02 PDT

How to Tackle the Depression Head On: MN Gordon

By and large, the challenges facing the economy have everything to do with central government. Over the last 40 years, as the Fed and the Treasury colluded to rig the financial system in totality, wealth has become ever more concentrated in fewer and fewer insider hands.

Sep 18, 2020 - 11:42:34 PDT

The Basket Cases of Inflation and Deflation (The Fed dealing with an increasingly sticky wicket)

The Fed has tried to splice out price inflation into so-called Sticky prices and Flexible prices. Sticky prices are those that don’t change that often whilst flexible prices do.

Sep 18, 2020 - 11:12:31 PDT

"Inflation" and America's Accelerating Class War

Those who don't see the fragmentation, the scarcities and the battlelines being drawn will be surprised by the acceleration of the unraveling.

Sep 18, 2020 - 10:57:33 PDT

Is it Time for El Erian to be a Fed President?

Please consider The Fed Must Weigh What’s Feasible Versus Desirable, a Bloomberg op-ed by El-Erian.

Sep 18, 2020 - 10:49:42 PDT

Wall Street Loses Faith That Congress Will Rescue States, Cities

Wall Street banks are losing confidence that Congress will soon provide a rescue for states and cities that have seen tax collections tumble because of the recession.

Sep 18, 2020 - 10:15:57 PDT

When You’ll See Inflation: Rickards

When gold pushes past $2,000 per ounce toward $3,000 per ounce, that’s your signal that inflation in the price of everything else is not far behind. Don’t wait until that happens. Buy your (physical) gold now while it’s still affordable.

Sep 18, 2020 - 10:10:50 PDT

This Is How Long the Bubble Will Last: Rickards

When a gap opens up between perception (the stock market) and reality (a new depression), reality always wins. But, it can take time.

Sep 18, 2020 - 09:50:08 PDT

The Problem With the U.S. Economy Is There Are Too Many Poor People: Michael Farr

Until employment and wages increase, the U.S. economy will remain at best bogged down and at worst digging a deeper hole for all of us, our children and grandchildren.

Sep 18, 2020 - 09:44:07 PDT

Pelosi Doubles Down on Demand for $2.2 Trillion in Coronavirus Relief

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi indicated Thursday that Democrats will keep pressing for a coronavirus relief package of at least $2.2 trillion.“It's hard to see how we can go any lower when you only have greater needs,"...

Sep 18, 2020 - 09:22:17 PDT

Fed’s Bullard Says Inflation May Be Stronger Than Wall Street Expects

Inflation may be stronger in coming quarters than Wall Street now expects, said St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Friday. "I actually think we're at a...

Sep 18, 2020 - 09:19:30 PDT

Fed Officials Tussle Over Practical Meaning of New Inflation Policy

Federal Reserve policymakers on Friday began fleshing out what their new tolerance for inflation will mean in practice, an issue critical to how investors and households reshape their own outlooks even if it may not be relevant to any immediate decisions by the U.S. central...

Sep 18, 2020 - 09:01:30 PDT

‘This Is Going to Bankrupt Me’: Americans Rack Up $45B Worth of Medical Debt in Collections

Medical debt is piling up as millions of unemployed Americans struggle to stay afloat after losing their health-insurance coverage following a historic wave of layoffs this year.

Sep 18, 2020 - 08:47:28 PDT

Metrics Show Consumers Pulling Back on Spending in September as Congress Debates Second Stimulus

After spending more in the summer as economies reopened and stimulus checks hit their bank accounts, U.S. consumers are spending less.

Sep 18, 2020 - 08:05:07 PDT

Investors Vent Their Frustration Over Fed’s Balance Sheet Inertia

“There was an inconsistency with the super-strong forward guidance on rates and quantitative-easing, which was a little more loosely defined,” said Mike Stritch, chief investment officer at BMO Wealth Management.

Sep 18, 2020 - 07:54:02 PDT

Who Bought the $3.3 Trillion Piled on the Incredibly Spiking US National Debt Since March?

Trillions flying by so fast, it’s hard to even count them. But somebody had to buy these Treasury securities. And it wasn’t just the Fed. Here’s who.


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