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The Other Shoe Drops: Prime Auto Loan Losses Surge As Recoveries Tumble

With subprime auto loan delinquencies already surpassing losses last seen in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis, the next shoe has dropped as losses in bonds tied to prime auto loans surged in recent months from a year ago, with 60+ day delinquencies and default rates in Prime ABS pools doubling from post-crisis lows.

Trump To Dump Spicer? Here's Who May Replace Him

After this week's SNAFU of conflicting reports of the timeline surrounding Comey's dismissal, The New York Times reports 'anonymous' West Wing officials have stated that President Trump is considering the most far-reaching shake-up of his first term after being dissatisfied with several top aides, especially Spicer.

"Apocalypse Now": The Horror Of The Deep State's Plan Exposed - Part 3

Decades of propaganda, false flags, and misinformation campaigns have enabled the Deep State to gain power and control over the U.S. government. When war or a financial crisis is necessary to keep the profits flowing, events will be steered to such an outcome. With the latest financial plundering operation running out of steam, the Deep State is once again pushing the world toward global conflict.

A Russian Went Inside A Chinese Click-Farm: This Is What He Found

On the day when Snapchat erased billions of market cap from investors (and founders) accounts - as the MAUs-means-money model seems to break - we thought it worthwhile taking another glimpse into the hush-hush world of 'click-farms' and the fakeness of the latest social network fads.

Frontrunning: May 11

  • After Comey, Russia Probe Escalates (WSJ)
  • Comey Firing Distracts Trump White House, Risking His Agenda (BBG)
  • Trump wanted to preview Comey's Senate testimony (Reuters)
  • Traders Ask What Will Rouse Markets When Trump and Twitter Can't (BBG)
  • EU Raises Growth Forecasts but Cites Threats From Brexit, Trump (WSJ)

Moodys Slashes Ratings On 6 Canadian Banks, Fears Asset-Quality Deterioration, Soaring Household Debt

Amid Poloz-described "unsustainable prices" in various cities, and just days after the collapse of Canadian mortgage lender Home Capital Group and our discussion of the dire state of Canadian savers (and their record household debt), Moodys has cut the rating son six of Canada's largest banks because of "ongoing concerns that expanding levels of private-sector debt could weaken asset quality in the future."

Sell In May – Myth Or Reality?

A willful disregard of “risk” will inherently lead to the destruction of the two most precious and finite assets that all investors possess – capital and time. Just something to consider when the media tells you to ignore history and suggests “this time may be different.” That is usually just about the time when it isn’t.