• Sprott Money
    03/26/2015 - 11:56
    Take the S&P Index and multiply by the US dollar index. This removes most of the currency variation. Do the same with silver. The chart of silver times the dollar looks very much like silver...

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ViSuaL CoMBaT DaiLY (8.25.11)

We must make an idol of our fear and call it stimulus...


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Danger: The QE 3 “Hope” Rally is Going to End TERRIBLY

  This is a major signal that QE 3 is not coming. Those who are hoping it will need to look at what the markets are telling us. Ignore stocks and pay attention to the credit markets: they’re on DEFCON 1 RED ALERT.    


EconMatters's picture

Oil Market: Rectifying The Broken Paper Pricing Model

It has become quite apparent that major changes are necessary in the oil futures market after the latest year of volatility which had little relation to the actual fundamentals of supply and demand in the marketplace.


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

The Markets Call “BS” On the Decoupling Argument

It is quite telling that the S&P 500 has fallen far less than the BRIC markets: the S&P 500 is 16% off its highs, while Brazil is off 23%, Russia is off 22%, China is off 20%, and India is off 28%.


williambanzai7's picture

PRESIDENT REASSURES THE NATION...

Quake magnitude adjusted by POTUS...


Reggie Middleton's picture

Proof Of Another Big US Bank Collapse? Investment Banks Rated "Buy" By Other Banks? What Does It Take For Investors To Learn?

Here I present hardcore grassroots analysis compared to Wall Street's best and brightest. It's disappointing to say the least and leads us through a traipse through very recent history that brings us full circle to a major bank failure/run today... Okay, maybe not today, but sometime between tomorrow afternoon and the end of the 4th quarter.


thetrader's picture

Volatility

Volatility Time to sell some vol? (for the brave ones)


Bruce Krasting's picture

Fed Economists – “We see a 15 year Bear Market for Stocks”

Bear Market According to the Fed, the BUY AND HOLD is dead. 


thetrader's picture

News That Matters

All you need to read


Luc Vallee's picture

Animal Spirits and Unemployment

Unemployment The debate over whether or not continued deficit spending should be pursued is often characterized as a choice between the short term beneficial effect of Keynesian stimulus as against the long term growing, and ultimately unsustainable, government debt to which continued stimulus would contribute.This view assumes there to be a reliable relationship connecting increases in aggregate spending to increases in employment. The absence of such causality, however, would undermine the case for deficit spending.


Phoenix Capital Research's picture

Did the Fed Buy the Market to Stop the Collapse?

This is a rather odd turn of events… a former Fed official urges the Fed to step in and buy the stock market… just three hours before the markets mysteriously reverses and rallies hard on no real news of note.


George Washington's picture

Radiation Will Pollute the Area Around Chernobyl For 5 to 10 Times Longer Than Models Predicted - Between 180 and 320 Years

Comrade, you won't need a night-light for a LONG time ... you'll be able to read by your healthy communist glow


williambanzai7's picture

ViSuaL CoMBaT DaiLY (8.22.11)

Freedom granted only when it is known beforehand that its effects will be beneficial is not freedom.  --Friedrich August von Hayek


Bruce Krasting's picture

Europe – “Sorry. That is a bad address”

What is a "Bad address? The answer:


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