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Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark explain why you need to understand the yield curve – the plot of expected interest payouts of bonds – and what it tells you about the overall health of the markets. You’ll learn how to read the yield curve and how it can show you when we are most likely to see a stock market correction, or worse, a crash.
Mike Maloney and Jeff Clark look at charts that show a slowdown in the commercial and industrial sectors, discuss the possibility of deflation, and review all the bubbles that could pop. You’ll also get their take on if now is a good time to buy precious metals or if you should wait.
Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst, GoldSilver.comWe get the same question every time we release a new proprietary GoldSilver product: why should I buy your silver round instead of a standard bullion product like an Eagle?There are several answers to that question—they can be a great way to diversify, they’re unique in the marketplace, and they might reflect values that you share.But the biggest answer of all is this: because you might make a biggerprofit.
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Gold prices turned higher Thursday as comments from the European Central Bank’s president lifted the euro, pummeling the U.S. dollar.
We performed an analysis on some of the largest notes linked to volatility, both from an historical perspective (Regression Analysis) and taking into account the sensitivity of the specific note (Formulaic Analysis).
VIX options traders loaded up on August calls after Wednesday's July expiration
In the U.S. alone, households have $14.9 trillion in debt while businesses owe $13.7 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve.
Each new policy destroys another level of prudent fiscal/financial discipline.
Will the catalyst be the massive bond bubble breaking? And yes, boys and girls… it is a bubble.
The Fed could well be tantalizing investors with chatter of QE4 if the economic data continue to soften.
Japan's long and sordid dance with unconventional monetary policy continues.
You are surely aware of the saying “sell in May & go away”. It is one of the best-known & oldest stock market truisms.
"With the world massively overweight US financial assets, I almost wonder if the real US dollar pain trade is lower."
We've updated this series to include Friday's release of the Consumer Price Index as the deflator & the June monthly update. The latest hypothetical real (inflation-adjusted) annual earnings are at $37,121, down 12.5% from 44 years ago.
changes in the real economic growth rate can be explained almost entirely by the earlier changes in federal government’s non-defense spending.
Mario Draghi said policy makers are still waiting for inflation to catch up with the economy’s recovery, as they put off any discussion on winding back stimulus until after the summer.
Draghi will certainly wait until the FOMC announces its plans before embarking on any change in the ECB‘s balance sheet.
It announced that it kept both its rates & QE unchanged, with QE expected to run at €60BN per month until end of December or beyond if needed
The medical condition was discovered after the Arizona senator underwent a procedure to remove a blood clot above his left eye.