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This Is What Central Bankers Think Of Retail Investors





A report on China's stock market crash authored last year by former senior officials, including former central bank vice governor Wu Xiaoling, said Chinese retail investors are short-sighted, have a weak investment philosophy and a herd mentality.

 
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Hong Kong Housing Bubble Suffers Spectacular Collapse: Sales Plunge Most On Record, Prices Crash





Hong Kong home prices tumbled the most since July 2013, and after a 12 year upcycle, prices are now down a whopping 10% from the recent peak four short months ago. But not only has the Hong Kong housing bubble burst, it has done so in spectacular fashion: as quoted by the SCMP, the local Centaline Property Agency estimates that total Hong Kong property transactions in January were on track to register the worst month since 1991, when it started compiling monthly figures. In other words, the biggest drop in recorded history!

 
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The Bank of Japan Just Rang the Bell at the Top





Haruhiko Kuroda admitted QE cannot generate GDP growth. Even more astounding, his actions are supporting his words.

 
 
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Glistening Gold & The Rumble In The Ruble - America's "Tribute Scam" Is Unraveling Fast





A case can be made that for Moscow it would be a tremendous waste of hard-earned foreign exchange to try to counter a rig against their currency they simply cannot beat, as the entire fiat financial power of the US is against them. Russia’s Central Bank by now should be all-out selling rubles for gold, and building Russia’s gold reserves. Well, it is happening, somewhat.

 
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Japan Just Lit the Fuse on a $9 Trillion Debt Bomb





Between Japan and Europe, over 20% of the world’s GDP is being managed by a Central Bank with NIRP.

 
 
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The Failure Of The Economic Establishment's Grand Experiment





As the great and the good gathered in Davos to ponder the next big thing, the pummeling of global equity markets brought key assumptions into question. Yet, their collective heads stayed buried in the snow with regard to the big ideas from years past, namely, the three grand economic experiments launched by the U.S., Japan and China following the Global Financial Crisis. By clinging to unrealistic growth expectations, the economic establishment has effectively bet everything on the success of these grand experiments, and the risk of losing that bet is rising inexorably.

 
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Ignore Stocks, the REAL Crisis is Far Bigger and Far Worse





While stocks grab the headlines, there is another far more important crisis for investors to focus on.

 
 
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"Nobody Really Knows Anything Right Now"





"We learned one thing yesterday: the U.S. Federal Reserve is in the same position as the rest of us when it comes to forecasting the future path of economic growth.  Nobody really “Knows” anything right now. Now, there’s enough doubt for everyone: markets, central banks, consumers, governments. Everyone. The best thing we can say about that: if markets accept that the Fed is no better informed than they are, maybe investors will devote more time to stock fundamentals and intrinsic value analysis."

 
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US Economy: On A Knife's Edge





We may not yet have final confirmation that a recession is imminent, but so far nothing suggests that the danger has receded.

 
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Technical Update: Is This Rally To be Trusted?





Has the market bottomed? Are stocks poised to rally to new highs? Let's find out!

 
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The Bursting of the Bond Bubble Has Begun Pt 3





This is just the beginning. The bond bubble will take months to completely implode. And eventually it will consume even sovereign nations.

 
 
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"If You're Not Confused, You Don't Understand Things Very Well"





If you believe the global economy is doing great and stocks are cheap, stop reading now; this post is not for you. We promise to write one for you at some point when stocks are cheap and the global economy is breathing well on its own - we just don’t know when that will be. But if you believe that stocks are expensive - even after the recent sell-off - and that a global economic time bomb is ticking because of unprecedented intervention by governments and central banks, then keep reading.

 
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