Phoenix Capital Research's picture

From Best Bank to Bail-Ins Within 12 Months (could it happen in the US?)

From best bank to totally broke and freezing clients’ accounts in less than one year. Could this happen in the US?

Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's picture

The Empty Bus

I thought I'd change my tone and write up a genuinely positive, optimistic post. This has to do with what I think will be a tectonic shift over the next twenty years: transportation.

williambanzai7's picture

HaPPY HoRRoRWeeN 2015

Oh the Horror!

Secular Investor's picture

Halloween Surprise: How Will The US Banks Plug Their $120B Capital Shortfall? Trick Or Treat?

These banks, 6 years after the global financial crisis, are still facing shortcomings on their balance sheets... How scary is that?!

Reggie Middleton's picture

ECB's Own Data Shows QE Program As Utter Failure, Largest Banks Dwindle, Depositor's Capital Eyed for Bail-Ins

Hundreds of billions of EUR of useless QE, dwindling mega banks, and cross continental legislation authorizing the confiscation of Depositor's Capital... Yeah, all is well in Euroland!

Sprott Money's picture

The Most Popular Reasons for Going Down with the Ship

Time and time again, I’m hearing the same sticking points for failing to prepare – for failing to assure a more promising future for themselves and their families.

Tim Knight from Slope of Hope's picture

That Musky Odor

One would think the market is trading Elon Musk’s reputation instead of two utterly separate companies, considering how they look like clones.

Sprott Group's picture

Sprott Precious Metals Watch

The bearish thesis for gold rests on four key assumptions in the process of being disproven. Recent gold skepticism has generally arisen from some combination of expectations for i) protracted U.S. dollar strength, ii) significant Fed tightening, iii) escape velocity U.S. economic performance and iv) further increases in U.S. equities. Since the end of the first quarter, the logic supporting each of these projections has dissipated significantly.

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

The Fed is Already "Testing the Waters" For NIRP

The US Federal Reserve is obsessed with market reactions to its policies. Because of this, anytime the Fed plans to announce a major change in policy, it preps the markets via numerous leaks and hints… oftentimes for months in advance.

GoldCore's picture

Gold Up 3% In October and Enters “Seasonal Sweet Spot”

Gold is up 3.1% in October and had even larger gains in other currencies. Entering gold’s “seasonal sweet spot” in November, December, January and February.

williambanzai7's picture


"Putin is winging it..."

EconMatters's picture

Financial Markets are a Game

Those were just excuses, it’s not like any of those factors suddenly changed and were fixed magically on October 1st.

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