• Pivotfarm
    07/14/2014 - 11:12
    When we look back there are a ton of things that have been said to have changed since the financial crisis wafted in like a bad smell into our lives
  • EconMatters
    07/13/2014 - 22:47
    Market participants are far too levered up, all on the same side, and well behind the monetary normalization curve of when the first rate hike is actually going to occur. 

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Marc To Market's picture

New Ranges in FX





An overview of the price action in the FX market and a look at US 10-year yields.  No ride on an ideological hobbie horse or axe to grind.  Just trying to make sense of the price aciton

 
EconMatters's picture

This is a Trader`s Market





Once Central Banks get out of markets, and I know some critics think that once they get in they are here to stay, healthy volatility and actual price discovery should come back to asset classes. 

 
Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Janet Yellen: Either Lying or Incompetent





Janet Yellen just cemented her status as the third member of the unholy triumvirate of Fed Presidents: Greenspan, Bernanke, and now Yellen.

 
 
williambanzai7's picture

AMeRiCaN JiHaD EXPLaiNeD In TWo PiCTuReS...





The Neocon Trials...

 
testosteronepit's picture

Last Time Corporate America Did This, The Stock Market Crashed





What happens when huge, reckless buyers with nearly endless resources cut back after a phenomenal binge? Well, we know what happened in 2008.

 
williambanzai7's picture

MeN oF La MooCHeR...





To dream the impossible EURO dream...

 
Capitalist Exploits's picture

The March of Technology





When it comes to disruptive technologies, being pro-active rather than re-active is a far smarter strategy.

 
EconMatters's picture

Gold Becomes Inflation Hedge as Bond Markets Manipulated by Central Banks





An interesting dynamic taking place in financial markets on Thursday as Gold saw some substantial buying interest up $22 to the $1295 an ounce area. 

 
GoldCore's picture

Gold And Silver Surge Over 3% And 4% Respectively On Iraq, The Fed and Commodities Ponzi





Gold has surged over $41 and silver over 70 cents to over $1,314 and $20.46 per ounce or 3% and 4.2% respectively as oil ticks higher on the tinder box that is Iraq ... Faber recently said how he will “never sell his gold”, he buys “more every month” and believes storing gold in Singapore is "safest”.

 
StalingradandPoorski's picture

SPX vs. CLMI





An interesting chart to look at, is the CLMI vs the SPX.

 


 
williambanzai7's picture

WHiTe HouSe IRaQ/SYRiA STRaTeGY EXPLaiNeD...





Missing me now?

 
williambanzai7's picture

FOMC WoRLD CuP UPDaTe...





Having a ball...

 
Reggie Middleton's picture

Speaking of Disruptive Innovation, Much Of Wall Street Won't Be Here In 10 Years!





I foresee over 35% of Wall Street jobs disappearing over the next 10 years, even as traders bring arbitration suits to Goldman Sachs complaining that they didn't get their full $17M bonus last year. One of us is very, very mistaken!

 
GoldCore's picture

China’s Largest Gold Company Seeks To Become Kingmaker In Gold Market





China Gold, China’s largest gold conglomerate with primary interests in mining and also refining, is on the hunt for global acquisitions and partnerships and  appears to have designs on becoming a kingmaker in the global gold market ... We are witnessing a paradigm shift as gold moves from the West to China and the East. The ramifications of that paradigm shift have yet to be appreciated. 


 
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