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Are we overdue for the “Big One”? It seems everyone is buying stocks again. And no one is interested in precious metals. Mike Maloney believes we may have reached capitulation. To brush up on all the reasons why this bull market in stocks can't last, watch the Everything Bubble.
I gave a presentation to some corporate board members recently, and they had one primary question on their mind. Why is overall gold demand weak?These are smart people. They’re successful, both professionally and with their investments. They even believe in owning a little gold. But they’ve been puzzled by the significant drop in demand for physical metal. They had some ideas, which were mostly right, but their main concern was if they were overlooking some critical factor that was making other investors ignore gold.
"I would bet that they both move violently in one direction – gold breaking to the upside - bonds breaking to the downside,"
Mr. Christian is Managing Director and founder of CPM Group, one of the most respected precious metals and commodities research companies in the world.
There shouldn't be a Federal Reserve, but it exists, and it's constantly creating a world of economic pain.
One of the most violent acts in the universe, & it would soon reveal secrets of the cosmos, including how gold was created.
Not all of the Crypto currencies will survive, it is still early in this game. As in the .Com era there were winners and losers then, will there be winners and losers now. Bitcoin and Ethereum are the front-runners now, recall that […]
The Central Bank of Russia has recently been buying bullion at an unprecedented pace. According to Argentine financial expert Gabriel Rubinstein, this policy is aimed at protecting the Russian economy in the event of crisis situations, including against dollar-related "manipulations" by the US.
BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday he did not see any signs of bubbles or excesses building up in U.S., European & Japanese markets as a result of heavy money printing by their central banks.
Central bankers, basking in a moment of synchronized growth & a global economy less dependent on easy-money policies, are thinking about what they will do when the next economic meltdown happens.
As M2 Velocity Hits All-time Low. The US Treasury curve slope (30Y-5Y) continues to flatten and has just hit the low point since mid-November 2007, nearly a year before The Fed’s annoucement of QE1 (their first round of asset…
Mish Says "This Is a Buy Signal" It frequently pays to treat Goldman Sachs as a contrarian indicator. This is another one of those times.
Something pretty miraculous happened recently. It appears that Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, went nearly TWO WEEKS without bashing Bitcoin. This must be a record for Mr. Dimon, who seems to…
Stanford University economist John Taylor, a candidate for Federal Reserve chairman, made a favorable impression on President Donald Trump after an hour-long interview at the White House last week, several people familiar with the matter said.
A unit of U.S. special forces tasked with carrying out "decapitation" operations is aboard a nuclear-powered submarine in the group, according to a defense source.
Despite Fed’s hopes for inflationary pressures to justify further hikes in interest rates, inflationary pressures have been on the decline for the last several months.
Myth 1 is that the government owes “only” $20 trillion. (In reality, it’s much more.) But luckily, Myth 10 is that there’s no way to fix this problem…
"Economic surprises I think are going to get as high as they're going to get," Jim Paulsen says.
President Trump in tweets Monday labeled Democrat lawmakers as obstructionists and invoked the name of a Reagan-era economist to tout his tax reform plan. “Art Laffer just said that he