Contributing Editors' Blog Entries

GoldCore's picture

World’s Largest Asset Manager Blackrock: “Perfect Time” For Gold

Blackrock Federal Reserve George Soros Japan Jim Rogers LIBOR PIMCO Precious Metals Real estate Real Interest Rates Reuters Blackrock Inc., has written a note about gold in which it suggests that this is the “perfect time and place” for gold due to “low and even negative yields, slow growth and potential signs of rising inflation ... ”

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

The Fuse is Lit on the Corporate Bond Market

Bond Corporate Leverage default Market Crash Meltdown And if you believe the defaults will be isolated to Energy companies, you’re mistaken. 

Knave Dave's picture

Zombie Economy Soon to Have its Zombie Epocalypse

Bond Central Banks China Consumer Prices CPI default Dennis Gartman Equity Markets Federal Reserve Federal Reserve Bank Fisher fixed GAAP George Soros Global Economy Hank Paulson Hank Paulson Housing Bubble Housing Starts Illinois Lehman Monetary Policy Puerto Rico Real estate Reality Recession recovery Richard Fisher Volatility This past Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of the US stock market’s death when stocks saw their last high. Market bulls have spent a year looking like the walking dead. They’ve tried to push back up to that distant high that means new life several times, but each time the market falls into a pit again to where the market is once again lower than it was a year ago. These are the last gasps of a stock market (and economy) that is struggling to rise again, which it simply cannot do now that QE has been turned off and the oxygen tank of zero interest is...

GoldCore's picture

Buy Gold As “Extremely Low-Risk Asset” – Rogoff Advice To Creditor Nations

Brazil Central Banks China Dubai France George Soros Greece India International Monetary Fund Iran Italy Mexico Middle East OPEC Precious Metals Reuters Saudi Arabia Turkey Volatility Buy gold as it is an “extremely low-risk asset” is the advice of Professor Kenneth Rogoff to emerging market, creditor nation central banks including the People’s Bank of China (PBOC). “There is no limit to its price ...” he said ...

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Hedge the Headwinds with FX ETF options

British Pound NASDAQ recovery Volatility Currency Headwinds continue to make billions in losses for big public companies.  Make use of your stock account and utilize currency ETF and ETN options.

EconMatters's picture

What Really Worries the Fed and Treasury About Japan Monetary Policy (Video)

Federal Reserve Japan Monetary Policy Twitter Twitter We delve into some of the possibilities that we think are at play here behind the scenes at the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Treasury.

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Stocks Just Triggered Another Bear Market Warning

Bear Market Market Crash Over 76% of the time, this resulted in stocks losing at least 20%.

CalibratedConfidence's picture

Disruptors of Financial Technology

Morgan Stanley ratings Reuters Twitter Twitter It has become clear that there is a shift away from the expensive, all-in-one, type of financial solutions for real-time traders, passive investors, and those tangentially interested in financial market information.

EconMatters's picture

Negative Interest Rates Means Passive Capital Must Incur Huge Losses in a Crash Scenario (Video)

Twitter Twitter We delve into the implications of negative interest rates, and what they are really saying about the soundness of the financial system.

GoldCore's picture

Buy Silver – “Best Precious Metals Trade”

George Soros Housing Bubble Philly Fed Precious Metals Rating Agencies Reuters Sovereigns Sell paper and digital gold, maybe but not physical gold coins and bars. Rather both physical gold and silver bullion should be owned as financial insurance and hedges against currency debasement, bail ins, systemic and counter party risks and the myriad other risks today.

Knave Dave's picture

Stock Share Buybacks Now Bought Out — American Enterprise in Decline

Apple China Corporate America Crude GAAP goldman sachs Goldman Sachs headlines Obamacare Recession recovery Reuters Volatility With so many American corporations on their sickbeds, it’s a good thing we have Obamacare. Almost all of the returns since 2009 have been due to stock share buybacks! Now buybacks are in decline.

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