• Tim Knight from...
    11/21/2014 - 21:06
    As you can see by this view of the NQ, this massively bullish news has not, as of yet, represented any kind of sea-change in the markets. Before the day was even out (again, in some, not all markets...
  • lemetropole
    11/21/2014 - 21:16
        November 21 - Gold $1197.50 up $6.80 – Silver $16.40 up 26 cents Bill Cosby And GATA  

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Central Bankers Would Rather Blow Up the Entire System Than Admit Failure

Abenomics Australia Bank of Japan Central Banks Japan Monetization None Quantitative Easing recovery Yen This is only going to usher in the next round of the Great Crisis that much faster. Only this time around, entire countries will go bust, NOT just banks.  

Marc To Market's picture

Dollar's Next Leg Up

Australian Dollar Bank Lending Survey Canadian Dollar Futures market Head and Shoulders Japan M3 Money Supply Yen A look at the currency market as if analysis mattered.  

GoldCore's picture

Gold Falls, Stocks Record Highs as Japan Goes ‘Weimar’, “Here Be Dragons”

Bank of Japan Bond Central Banks Consumer Prices Federal Reserve Futures market Hyperinflation Irrational Exuberance Italy Japan Nikkei Portugal Precious Metals Quantitative Easing REITs Reuters Stagflation Switzerland Yen Bankruptcies in Japan more than doubled in the first nine months of 2014 compared with the same period a year ago. Japan has embarked on a radical monetary experiment to spur inflation. But it may backfire and lead to stagflation and in a worst case scenario a German ‘Weimar’ style hyperinflation ...

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Let me get this straight…

BOE Capital Markets China Commercial Paper FBI Germany Global Economy Janet Yellen Keynesian economics Lehman Lehman Brothers None Reality TARP FOMC stops buying securities in the open market and the world falls apart, right? WOW. Are you folk’s economists, traders, or just a bit naive?

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TRiCK O FReaK...

TARP TARP.Bailout That's right, Trick "O" Freak... 

Phoenix Capital Research's picture

All Of These Items Point To a Collapse in the Markets

Nominal GDP Recession So… the economy is weak, corporate profits are unlikely to rise much, if at all, and stocks are sharply overvalued… ALL of these point towards another collapse in the markets…    

Capitalist Exploits's picture

Why I Don't Really Care About Your Product

Demographics Private Equity On eliminating investment risk...

GoldCore's picture

"Gold Is A Good Place To Put Money These Days" - Greenspan

Alan Greenspan Bond Borrowing Costs Central Banks Eurozone Federal Reserve Futures market Global Economy Italy Main Street Marc Faber Mortgage Backed Securities New Orleans Peter Schiff Precious Metals Reserve Currency Smart Money Switzerland Unemployment Volatility Greenspan told the CFR that "gold is a good place to put money these days given it's value as a currency outside of the policies conducted by governments." "Gold has always been accepted without reference to any other guarantee." When asked where the price of gold was headed in the next five years he said “higher --- measurably" ...  

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Stocks Are On Borrowed Time

Greece Portugal The Fed has ended QE. And it won’t be launching a new program anytime soon. So when this rally ends and stocks collapse, the Fed won’t be coming to the rescue.

testosteronepit's picture

The Wrath of Draghi: First German Bank Hits Savers with Negative Interest Rate

Central Banks Gambling Germany “Punishment Interest” it’s lovingly called in Germany, as the ECB intends to flog savers until their mood improves.

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Do not view this with breakfast...

Sprout Money's picture

In Memoriam: Abenomics

Abenomics Consumer Confidence Japan M2 Monetary Base Monetary Policy Money Supply Nikkei Purchasing Power Recession recovery Twitter Twitter Unemployment Yen Shinzo Abe has lost his magical touch as Japan's economy is nose-diving again...

GoldCore's picture

U.S. Mint Gold Coin Sales Near 60,000 - "Islamic State, Ebola, Putin, Ukraine" and Swiss Gold Initiative

Central Banks China Hong Kong India International Monetary Fund Kazakhstan Reuters Smart Money Swiss Franc Swiss National Bank Switzerland Ukraine Volatility Smart money is willing to pay a small premium to own segregated and allocated coins and bars rather than have the exposure of an ETF or digital gold platform ... Prudent diversification into physical coins and bars will again reward those who take a long term view.

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FOMC: "We Screwed Up"

Capital Markets FOMC Statement: "We are stuck like squealing pigs............."

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