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TOP NEWSThe Caveman’s Diary 2019: “Gold Good… Stocks Bad… Get More Gold”

The Caveman’s Diary 2019: “Gold Good… Stocks Bad… Get More Gold” A textbook in my Master of Psychology program theorized that most things in life come down to core drives—food, shelter, sex, etc. Throw in Freud’s pain and pleasure principals and this is supposedly what drives everything we do. We had a good time poking fun of simplistic theories as to what motivates people. Human emotions and motivations are complex. Except when it comes to money.

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Oct 15, 2019 - 08:18:40 PDT

The ALMOST Everything Bubble Will Implode - Mike Maloney on Hidden Forces Podcast

Mike Maloney recently appeared as a guest on the 'Hidden Forces' podcast with Demetri Kofinas. Demetri is a good friend of Mike, and has actually appeared as our own guest in Episodes 2 and 8 of Hidden Secrets Of Money. During this one hour interview Mike recalls his early battles with dyslexia and how it became a gift in disguise. Along with his thoughts on the current state of the markets, Mike details his first steps as an entrepreneur... leading all the way up to the foundation of

Oct 18, 2019 - 13:08:07 PDT

Gold Dips on Day, But up on Week

The Fed is due to meet between Oct 29 and 30, and there are expectations it will approve a third straight quarter point cut for the year.

Oct 18, 2019 - 13:01:47 PDT

Three Ways to Look at Valuations

It’s important to note that the last major dislocation between these valuation gauges occurred late in the prior cycle in 2007-08, with the divergence ultimately being resolved by falling stock prices. We would expect a similar outcome this time around.

Oct 18, 2019 - 12:57:48 PDT

Billions of Dollars Just Fled Momentum for Low Volatility

Another sign of increasingly defensive posturing as market confidence deteriorates.

Oct 18, 2019 - 12:54:34 PDT

The End Of The Trend?: Louis-Vincent Gave

For the past few years, US treasuries, the US dollar and the oil price have all broadly traded in a range. In fact, the only bankable trend for investors has been the outperformance of US equities, without which global stock indexes would still be trading at 2006 levels. However, there are signs that US equity outperformance may be running out of steam.

Oct 18, 2019 - 11:30:37 PDT

This Little Known Recession Indicator Is Now Sending a Warning

Two gauges of U.S. economic health are telling different stories — and that’s troubling...

Oct 18, 2019 - 10:59:58 PDT

America’s Road Map to $40 Trillion National Debt by 2028

Watch out! At this very moment, professional economists of all stripes are making plans on your behalf. They’re dreaming and scheming new and innovative ways to spend your money long before you’ve earned it.

Oct 18, 2019 - 10:51:54 PDT

Welcome to the USSR: the United States of Suppression and Repression

We're all against "fake news," right? Until your content is deemed "fake news" in a "fake news" indictment without any evidence, trial or recourse.

Oct 18, 2019 - 10:43:36 PDT

The Ownership of Central Banks

David Bholat and Karla Martinez Gutierrez Around the world, central banks have a number of different ownership structures. At one end of the spectrum are central banks, like the Bank of England, th…

Oct 18, 2019 - 10:31:43 PDT

Confusion Around Fed’s Clarida Speech Throws off Investors

Clarida ended up throwing off bond investors on Friday who saw headlines suggesting the central bank had made a sudden tweak to how it would expand the U.S. central bank’s $3.6 trillion balance sheet.

Oct 18, 2019 - 10:23:13 PDT

The Repo Crisis, Jamie Dimon, and the Bloomberg News Mystery

Academics and historians who attempt to compare the epic Wall Street crash of 2007- 2010 to the next one that’s inevitably coming won’t be able to count on publicly available articles from Bloomberg News.

Oct 18, 2019 - 09:42:20 PDT

For The First Time Since The Crisis, Companies Spent More On Buybacks

...but it's all downhill from here.

Oct 18, 2019 - 08:34:27 PDT

Fed's Second "Not QE" T-Bill POMO Is 4.8 Oversubscribed

Why are banks still so desperate for liquidity even though the Fed has now made clear the Fed's balance sheet will expand to accommodate all reserve needs..,

Oct 18, 2019 - 08:29:36 PDT

The 3 Ways To Extract Money from Key Fundamentals of Property Markets

Once the positive reinforcing factors that were created from securitization and lack of accountability dissipated, the process began to reverse itself creating systemic and converging losses impacting both the real and financial economy.

Oct 18, 2019 - 08:27:35 PDT

Housing Bubble in Silicon Valley & San Francisco Bay Area Turns to Bust

Ironically, house prices dropped the most in Silicon Valley.

Oct 18, 2019 - 08:24:56 PDT

Afterpay Names Ex-Treasury Secretary Summers to U.S. Advisory Board

Companies like Afterpay let shoppers buy products and pay in installments without having to go through the scrutiny of applying for a credit card or a loan.

Oct 18, 2019 - 08:15:15 PDT

ECB's Draghi Warns of Bubble Risk in the Euro Zone

“The financial stability environment remains challenging, as the global economic outlook has deteriorated,” Draghi told fellow policymakers...

Oct 18, 2019 - 07:54:05 PDT

Inflation Is Doomed to Fall in 2020: Saxo

The evolution of the Fed’s “underlying inflation gauge” confirms that inflation expectations are going in the right direction and that inflation is doomed to fall in 2020.

Oct 18, 2019 - 07:15:03 PDT

As Another Eurozone Recession Looms

The failure of austerity is clearer than ever...

Oct 18, 2019 - 07:13:36 PDT

Japan's Inflation Hits 2-1/2-Year Low, Raises Stimulus Chance This Month

Japan's core consumer inflation slowed to near 2-1/2-year lows in September, dragged down by sliding energy prices and raising the chance the central bank will top up its already massive monetary stimulus at its review this month.


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