Contributing Editors' Blog Entries

Bruce Krasting's picture

Japanese and US Stocks - The Bernanke Footprint

Bernanke told the Japanese Central Bank what to do eight years ago. It is the same playbook for America today. It didn't work for Japan. It won't work for the USA either.


Smart Money Europe's picture

Gold Mining Stocks Mismatch : Gettin Jiggy With ‘Em!

As stock markets massively turned the corner in the recent weeks, most sectors are looking into the abyss again. Even gold stocks were put out with the garbage, while the price of gold keeps leveling aloft $1,500. What’s the deal with these golden equities?!


Leo Kolivakis's picture

Air Canada's Great Pension Divide?

Air Canada flying off course?


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

What Happens When The Market Props Are Gone?

Remember, stocks tanked 16% after QE 1 ended in 2010. So far, we’re already down 6% and QE 2 hasn’t even ended yet! If we match last year’s post-QE correction, the S&P 500 will be at 1,144 soon after QE 2 ends. And given the numerous disasters (economic and financial) occurring in the world today, we could easily drop a lot further than that.


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

The #1 Tip For Investors Right Now

The biggest problem with investing the markets today, is that we’ve entered a period in which not one country, but most of the developed world is entering a currency Crisis. Of the countries that back major currencies the Europe, the US, and Japan all face major debt restructuring issues. In different terms, we are witnessing the slow-motion collapse of the entire paper-money based financial system, as well as the unbridled credit growth such a system fosters.


George Washington's picture

Further Proof of Ongoing Nuclear Chain Reactions at Fukushima: Metallic Taste In the Mouth?

How many residents of Japan, Hawaii and the West Coast have tasted this?


George Washington's picture

Production Numbers All Argue for Investment in Precious Metals

Precious Metals Do Zero Hedgers agree?


ilene's picture

To Kill a Dollar

What we have now is an economy that is almost entirely driven by Banking Interests so, if we want our markets to be strong, we need to do what is good for the banks. At the moment, that means keeping the Dollar as weak as possible.


CapitalContext's picture

Capital Context Update: Financials

Very weak day in credit land, despite some strength in stocks. Significant sell-off in short-dated HY (cash and synthetic), financials net sold all day, and European sovereign risk spurts higher once again. Dip buyers notably absent in credit for now.


4closureFraud's picture

KABOOM | NY Appellate Division | Bank of NY v Silverberg - MERS Does NOT Have The Right to Foreclose on a Mortgage in Default or Assign That Right to...

default "This Court is mindful of the impact that this decision may have on the mortgage industry in New York, and perhaps the nation... Nonetheless, the law must not yield to expediency and the convenience of lending institutions. Proper procedures must be followed to ensure the reliability of the chain of ownership, to secure the dependable transfer of property, and to assure the enforcement of the rules that govern real property."


Reggie Middleton's picture

Did Goldman Just Rip Its HNW and Institutional Clients Once Again? Facebook Growth Slows Pre-IPO, Just As We Warned!

Summary: As our research illustrated in explicit detail 5 months ago, Facebook’s growth is slowing after an outrageously rich offering of private shares. Now, I’m sure that GS can put on the ole’ shuck & jive show to garner enough interest to cause an initial IPO pop, but then you are basically gambling on - I mean,,, investing in Goldman’s marketing talents and not the fundamental prospects of Facebook, no?


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast (Get Defensive Edition)

With public outrage soaring the Fed needs things to cool down before it can announce QE3 or anything like it. The one exception to this would be if the markets enter a full-scale Crisis and stocks close in on 1,000 on the S&P 500. The most likely candidate to trigger this would be the Euro-zone where the “bailout game” might in fact be about to end.


williambanzai7's picture

ENDLeSS SuMMeRS: THe ReTuRN oF PhD FaTZo! (YeT AGaiN!)

If you are an ordinary working American and you don't fuck up, you get fired with an unemployment check in the mail; if you are a CEO and you fuck up, you get your golden parachute and a big ass pension; if you are a banksta and you fuck up you get bailed out and a record bonus; if you are a fat White House PhD and you fuck up, you go back to your Harvard nest egg and write bullshit editorials in the Financial Times...STFU already Larry!


Leo Kolivakis's picture

Supreme Court Refuses Disabled Workers' Case

The Supreme Court of Canada just threw us back into the Dark Ages...


ilene's picture

Stock World Weekly: Snakebit

The global economy is so rattled by price inflation, unemployment, natural disasters and global financial and political instability that it doesn’t know if it’s been “shot, f@*#ed, powder-burned or snakebit,”...


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