What is the real crisis behind the US jobs crisis?
Investor sentiment is just a reflection of investors’ opinions about the market, and it is investors who make the market.
While the whole world seems to have turned against Gold in the last month, I’d like to note that this latest pullback in the precious metals’ space has given us an extraordinary opportunity to load up on premium quality inflation hedges at bargain basement prices. It’s also told us the following...
Allow me a rant on a nice Saturday morning.
By William Banzai Yeats
I've repeatedly pointed out that Wall Street executives are incentivized to lie, cheat and steal. So - of course - they will continue to lie, cheat and steal. Politicians are EXACTLY the same ...
Will the biggest acquisition in its 36-year history give Microsoft a leg up on Google and Apple?
Food stamps, my pops, and another look at a trillion.
Pictures are worth a thousand words. These pictures tell the story of QE.
Last off he will be able to see the sun, and not mere reflections of him swimming in debts, but he will see him in his own proper place, and not indebted in another; and he will contemplate him as he is, a debt free man.
LinkedIn Shorts Profitable, But Should Have Returned Much More: Bear Trades Overpriced, But Research Was Solid!Submitted by Reggie Middleton on 06/03/2011 12:58 -0400
To many people on the same side of the boat made this one difficult. Luckily, the market still seems to be rather oblivious to basic fundamentals.
Unemployment During the Great Depression Has Been Overstated and Current Unemployment Understated (We've Now Got Depression-Level Unemployment)Submitted by George Washington on 06/03/2011 12:47 -0400
No, QE3 is NOT the answer ...
Some thoughts on pensions seeding funds after my day trip to Toronto...
And so here we are, with austerity measures and higher taxes occurring in Europe because of bankers’ greed and dishonesty. Having realized that their politicians aren’t going to do the right thing, the people are now openly expressing their disgust at the ballot box (Angela Merkel’s party is getting slammed in Germany for supporting the bailouts) and the streets (protests are occurring across Europe). And it’s just a taste of what’s coming to the US.