Market Crash

Ron Paul Rages "The Federal Reserve Is, and Always Has Been, Politicized"

While auditing the Fed is supported by the vast majority of Americans, it is opposed by powerful members of the financial elite and the deep state. Therefore, those of us seeking to change our national monetary policy must redouble our efforts to force Congress to put America on a path to liberty, peace, and prosperity by auditing, then ending, the Fed.

Is The Deep State Creating Another "Crash Of 1929"?

"In short, the Deep State and their cronies, who were instrumental in creating the economic, social, and political house of cards that now exists, have the perfect opportunity to bring on the collapse and blame the new president for it."

Does Hope Trump Reality?

“Hope. It is the only thing stronger than fear. A little hope is effective. A lot of hope is dangerous. A spark is fine, as long as it’s contained.”

Which Hedge Funds Are The Biggest Holders Of ETFs

Despite complaints by hedge funds that ETFs are eating their lunch (and dinner), an interesting observation emerged in a new reported from Deutsche Bank: Hedge Funds are allocating increasingly more capital toward ETFs. This post shows why, and who are the 20 hedge funds with the highest ETF investments.

Stupid Is As Stupid Does

If you prefer fake news, fake data, and a fake narrative about an improving economy and stock market headed to 30,000, don’t read this fact based, reality check article.

Trump & The Candlemakers' Petition

In 1845, the French government levied protective tariffs on scores of items, from sewing needles to locomotives. The intent was to protect French industries from companies outside France that could produce the goods more cheaply. The reaction from Mister Bastiat was to publish “The Candlemakers’ Petition,” a satirical proposal to the government that was intended to help them see the nonsense of protective tariffs.

Margin Debt Hits New Record High But Analysts Say "Don’t Worry"

"This isn’t a signal to me that markets are reaching an exuberant level like they did in the 1920s or 1990s, when speculation was rampant.  What our clients are doing is borrowing against the portfolios because interest rates are so low. They’re not leveraging up because they see the market exploding to the upside; they’re using leverage because they can pay it off at any time.”