Ray Dalio

Global Bonds Lose $1.7 Trillion In November, Worst Monthly Meltdown On Record

Less than two months after Ray Dalio warned about a potential wipe out in the bond market, he has been proven right: the November surge in global yields has resulted in the worst monthly loss in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Total Return Index, which lost 4% in November, a record drop, and equivalent to $.17 trillion in losses. The index’s market value fell $2.8 trillion over past two months.

An "Amazed" Bill Gross Slams Trump: "His Tenure Will Be Damaging"

"I am amazed, at what American voters have done to themselves: in voting to deny Hillary Clinton the Henhouse, they "unwittingly" (lack of wit), let Donald Trump sneak in the side door. His tenure will be a short four years but is likely to be a damaging one for jobless and low-wage American voters."

"The Economic Peace Is Over" - Get Ready, Change Is Upon Us

"The political upheaval of Donald Trump is best understood through the lens of economic erosion suffered by the vast majority of people. If a democracy is measured in how well it serves the interests of the majority, the United States is not a democracy at all. Of course, nearly everyone already knows this. But it's been all but unspeakable in polite circles to say so. Now, it is finally becoming okay to voice."

Surging Bond Yields Signalling Pain Not Growth Ahead For US Economy

Government bond yields are surging not because growth will skyrocket in the US, but because they know that US debt under Trump will rise even faster than under Obama, reflecting the higher perceived risk of a potential default from considerably higher debt levels.

Druckenmiller: "I Sold All My Gold On The Night Of The Election"

"I sold all my gold on the night of the election." Druckenmiller told CNBC, because "all the reasons I owned it for the last couple of years seem to be ending", first and foremost his expectations that inflation is now set to spike, forcing money out of safe assets - like gold and Treasuries - and into the US Dollar.

Greenspan Predicts Bond Yields Rising As High As 5%

While the world has learned to take Alan Greenspan's forecasts with a grain of salt, earlier today the former Fed chairman was on Bloomberg TV with another bombastic prediction, warning of a substantial surge in US long-term interest rates, should inflation take hold: "I think up in the area of 3 to 4, or 5 percent, eventually. That’s what it’s been historically."

Hillary: Deceit, Debt, & Delusions (Part 2)

Here’s the game being played behind the curtain, never to be revealed by Hillary, Yellen, the captured dying legacy media, or anyone beholden to the establishment for their paycheck or bribe...