The Great Retirement Con
Frankly put: retirement is now a myth for the majority
by Adam Taggart
Friday, November 17, 2017, 7:25 PM
The Origins Of The Retirement Plan
Back during the Revolutionary War, the Continental Congress promised a monthly lifetime income to soldiers who fought and...
Gold price back over $1300 less than a week after Chinese markets back online
On Oct. 13, the gold price regained $1300 per ounce for the first time since the end of September, and less than a week following China's Golden Week where the majority of their markets were offline for the...
Oh hey...let the manipulation fade...
Bond Bloodbath Continues: Soaring Inflation Expectations Spark Curve Carnage As Yuan Plunges
by Tyler Durden
Nov 10, 2016 9:01 AM
"I've never seen anything like it," exclaimed one veteran bond trader shocked at the ongoing carnage across the global...
Here is his text:
I'm not going to quote that all. I understand his point, but I have a feeling that he left something out.
Oil Rally: Early Reaction To Rising Inflation?
By Michael AshtonMarket OverviewApr 27, 2016 06:11AM ET
I am sure that in my career I have seen weirder reactions. But when the Durable Goods number came out yesterday and plainly was significantly weaker-than-expected and...
Silver Blowoff Is Happening Now
By Gary TanashianCommoditiesApr 21, 2016 10:50AM ET
On March 4 we reviewed the technical reasons why the gold sector was launching as opposed to blowing off. This, after articles began appearing calling the rise to that point a doomed...
Silver’s Biggest Winning and Losing Streaks
With global markets getting off to one of their most volatile starts in history, precious metals have benefited tremendously.
Gold started 2016 on a torrid pace, as investors scrambled to buy physical gold as well as record-amounts of gold ETFs. A...
Editorial of The New York Sun | April 4, 2016
George Gilder’s brilliant new book — “The Scandal of Money” — underscores an odd fact. There’s an expanding list of newspapermen and writers who, having reached a certain age and covered the intellectual and political wars, have turned...
The Great Inflationary Lie: How you’ve been lied to about inflation and the cost of living since 2000.
Posted by mybudget360 in inflation
You’ve been lied to about inflation. That is the truth. The banking apparatus wants you to believe that there is little to no inflation so they can...
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Give Me Money, I’ll Keep Buying Gold: Holmes
Mar 24, 2016
Guest(s): Frank Holmes
With gold prices down 2.6% this week, U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes tells Kitco News he is not concerned. ‘Gold is just going through its normal seasonal pattern,’ he told Daniela...
Welcome To The Currency War, Part 22: China Devaluation Watch
by John Rubino on March 11, 2016 · 5 Comments
Not so long ago, a big Chinese currency devaluation seemed both inevitable and imminent. The story went like this: China had borrowed tens of trillions of dollars in response to the...
Future Gold Prices
Posted on March 7, 2016 by Gary Christenson
The internet is filled with predictions for the price of gold, from $500 to $50,000 per ounce. It depends on your world view.
If you are a central banker or a powerful financial player which often supplies loyal employees to serve...
‘Silver tsunami’ is holding down wage growth, says Fed study
By Greg Robb
Published: Mar 7, 2016 2:51 p.m. ET
Slow wage growth can’t be pinned only on labor market slack and inflation could remain in check for now
Wages have remained well below their longer-run average.
JPMorgan Goes Underweight Stocks "For The First Time This Cycle", Says To Buy Gold
Less than 24 hours ago we presented the latest reason by JPM's Mislav Matejka explaining why the equity strategist refuses to buy this market, to wit: "equities are down ytd, but notably the ’16 P/E is not much...
Gold in the zero-bound
Posted on February 29, 2016 by MK
by Michael J. Kosares
“When you have zero money for so long, the marginal benefits you get through consumption greatly diminish – but there’s one thing that doesn’t diminish, which is unintended consequences.” – Stanley Druckenmiller...
We have already been bantering about this for a period now,
and here it comes from the 'normal outlets'
The Treasury Market Raises Its Inflation Outlook
By James PicernoMarket OverviewMar 02, 2016 06:55AM ET
The US Treasury market’s implied inflation forecast has surged in...
Passing on the info...
Posted February 23rd, 2016 at 2:53 PM (CST) by Jim Sinclair & filed under Jim's Mailbox.
I can’t fathom that an entire generation, throughout the world, has been duped into believing that all the excessive Central Bank money printing will not result in...
Euro Rises Against Dollar in Longest Winning Run Since September
January 27, 2016 — 6:15 PM CST Updated on January 28, 2016 — 4:58 AM CST
The euro rose for a fourth day, headed for its longest winning streak since September.
The shared currency erased its earlier...
Fed now seen as one and done in 2016
By Greg Robb
Published: Jan 20, 2016 2:17 p.m. ET
Some economists think market ignoring firmer core CPI
Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen may be eyeing just one rate hike this year.
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Turmoil in the stock market, falling oil prices...
by John Rubino on January 7, 2016 · 28 Comments
One of the (many) fascinating things about this latest global financial crisis is that there’s no single catalyst. Unlike 2008 when the carnage could be traced back to US subprime housing, or 2000 when tech stocks crashed and...