Wall Street Journal

The Second Dumbest Kind Of Money Is Pouring Into Stocks - "With A Vengeance"

One of the traditional signs of market tops is individual investors finally succumbing to the lure of apparently easy money and pouring their savings into the stock market. In the past this dumb money flowed into equity mutual funds in general. But today it’s favoring exchange traded funds (ETFs)...

Jim Bianco Warns "Inflation Is Going To Be A Game Changer"

"Inflation will soon become a main concern for investors... this will change the basic relationship between stocks and bonds and could set up the financial markets for severe turmoil, like in the late 1990s when the collapse of Long-Term Capital Management sent shock waves around the globe."

The "Sinister" Side Of Central Bank-Issued Digital Currency

Central banks and international financial institutions represent? - ?and work for? - ?creditors first and people second. That is why they can be serially wrong with so little direct consequence. This is the backdrop against which we are invited to trust the banking system with central bank-issued digital currency.

Snap IPO To Price At $17, Above Range, Valuing Company At $24 Billion

Snap is set to price its initial public offering at $17 a share. That would value the parent of the popular disappearing-message app Snapchat at nearly $24 billion, above the $19.5-$22.3 billion valuation targeted initially by the company, suggesting strong investor demand. At that valuation, Snap would be the biggest U.S.-listed IPO since Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. debuted in 2014.