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CrownThomas's picture

Bernanke's Equity vs. The Bond Kings

Bill Gross Bond Gundlach Total Return Fund Bill Gross & PIMCO's newly created ETF (BOND) and Jeffrey Gundlach's total return fund (DBLTX) are battling the Fed and the mainstream media's strict adherence to the Dow Infinity theorem.

GoldCore's picture

Gold “Buying Opportunity” - Gold Analysts More Bullish On Central Bank Demand

Apple Bank of Japan Bond Central Banks Dennis Gartman Eurozone France Germany Irrational Exuberance Japan Jim Grant Mexico Newspaper Precious Metals Recession recovery Reuters Technical Analysis Turkey Twitter Twitter Yen Yuan The Fed’s promise to use more QE should the economy falter is supporting gold.   The global economic picture remains grim, with euro zone economic sentiment falling more than expected in April and the US job market recovery showing signs of a slowdown.   Apple earnings and the tech boom and indeed possible tech bubble remains one of the primary drivers of continuing irrational exuberance and risk appetite.   The poor and deteriorating economic backdrop is gold supportive.

williambanzai7's picture

2.2%?! PRiNT!

Put your coffees down please...

Reggie Middleton's picture

A Realistic Look At The Companies In The CNBC Stock Draft 2012 - Part 1

Apple China Google New York Times Price Action Reggie Middleton   A fundamental overview of the stocks available for drafting during the CNBC Street Signs Stock Draft airing, with my comments & opinions. Yesterday I released the analysis of Apples Q2 earnings & I'm sure it contained content that you didn't read anywhere else.

williambanzai7's picture


In bullfighting, the spot in the ring where the bull always returns is called Querencia. In finance that spot is called Mean Reversion...

undertheradar's picture

The Battle Lines are Drawn - Updated and Berated

Netherlands   Preamble:   The problem with my massive borrowing operation is that it relies on whatever I can find wherever I can get it. The best insider stuff I can get comes from ZH and nakedcapitalism, which both don't have a lot I can use in the Dutch context [hint :)]. And if I borrow heavily from them in my economic analysis I hope everyone understands.  

testosteronepit's picture

Collapse of the EU a “Realistic Scenario”

European Union Eurozone Finland Germany Greece Ireland Italy Netherlands Portugal Unemployment Even the President of the EU Parliament admitted it. But just then, another plan surfaced that might speed up that scenario.

4closureFraud's picture

The 49 State Attorney General Mortgage Settlement - A Detailed Analysis of The EPIC SELLOUT of The American People

A Video Take Down of the 49 State AG Fraudclosure Settlement by Attorney Matt Weidner

williambanzai7's picture


"They know we're in here now."

George Washington's picture

State Officials In Alabama Close Gulf Shrimping After Scientists Find Severe Deformities

Eyeless Shrimp and Other Grotesque Deformities In Gulf Seafood Cause Alabama to “Temporarily” Shut Down Shrimping

tedbits's picture

Tedbits: Tsunami Alert: Send in the Bond Squad; Wolf Wave; Economic Murder

Bond Central Banks Gross Domestic Product Italy Keynesian economics TedBits:  The Economic and Financial NO SPIN ZoneGlobal Macroeconomic Analysis Through the Austrian LensBy Theodore (Ty) Andros An underwater earthquake has occurred in Spain and is quite possibly occurring now in Italy.  Killer waves are now headed directly at the central banks and financial systems throughout the developed world and at Europe in Particular.  How long until they hit and do the financial equivalent of Japan’s recent tsunami?  Socialist bureaucrats and progressives on both sides of the Atlantic are locked in death struggles with Mother Nature.  THEY...

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Are China and Russia Really Dumping the US Dollar?

Central Banks China default ETC European Central Bank Germany Global Economy Italy Lehman Lehman Brothers None Reserve Currency I do not believe that China or Russia are in any position to dump the US dollar, at least not in the near-term. The US Dollar may one day no longer be the reserve currency of the world. But that day is years and possibly decades out. But the notion that China or Russia could just dump the Dollar and move around the US in terms of trade is unbelievably naïve and greatly underestimates the importance of the US to the global economy.

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