World Gold Council admits that owning gold over past decade would have been one of the best limited risk investments for a return
While the source should not be surprising, perhaps the data they put out on Jan. 25 is. And that is because investing in gold over the past decade has not...
So I signed up a while back but have hardly used the app since funds have been limited for a while but they just started running a promo for certain members to earn a free share when they get someone new to sign up, and the new person gets a free share as well. My first referral received GRPN...
Paper gold leverage over 500/1 in order to protect dollar and trillions in derivatives
For those who either invest, trade, or save in precious metals, the past month has not been kind to the value of their holdings. And in fact, sentiment against gold and silver ownership because of...
Goldman: 'Cognitive dissonance exists in the US stock market'
February 20, 2017
What is he thinking?
Goldman Sachs analysts believe investors and traders in the stock market are acting irrationally.
“Cognitive dissonance exists in the US stock market,”...
The "Mystery" Of Who Is Pushing Stocks To All Time Highs Has Been Solved
One conundrum stumping investors in recent months has been how, with investors pulling money out of equity funds (at last check for 17 consecutive weeks) at a pace that suggests a full-on flight to safety, as can be seen...
Fortunes Will Be Made & Lost When Capital Flees To Safety
As safe havens are tiny markets
by Adam Taggart
Friday, June 24, 2016
Little did I realize when creating the short video below how prescient it would quickly become in the wake of last night's Brexit vote...
It's message is simple...
Markets At Crossroads: Huge Moves Brewing In Stocks And Gold
Thursday, May 05, 2016
by Taki Tsaklanos of InvestingHaven.com
Seldom have we seen so many assets and indicators at decision points simultaneously! We see stocks, gold, and the U.S. dollar trading at extremely important levels, all...
Frontrunning: May 2
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/02/2016 07:44 -0400
Puerto Rico Development Bank Won’t Make Most of a Debt Payment Monday (WSJ)
Why the jump in futures? Tokyo slide keeps mood downbeat (Reuters)
Indiana to test Donald Trump’s staying power with evangelicals (Reuters)
The Week Ahead: Time To Sell The News?
By Jeff MillerStock MarketsApr 18, 2016 01:26AM ET
The economic calendar is moderate. Fed Heads are mostly on the bench. The Doha oil conference (combining OPEC and non-OPEC producers) will be the first major news for the week ahead...
Why Stock Warrants – Why Now?
Posted on April 15, 2016
Why Stock Warrants – Why Now?
April 15, 2016
Dudley Pierce Baker
The Precious Metals sector (PM) has had a great move up since the beginning of 2016.
Is the move over?
IMO, hardly, we are just getting...
Never Underestimate the Power of Stupid People in Large Groups
Johnny Silver Bear
What can be said about the current state of the American stock market? All numbers coming from the government are false and misleading. The economy is in a shambles. If and when the Federal Reserve ceases its...
Three Investment Firms Downgraded This Gunmaker and Its Shares Are in Freefall
April 4, 2016, 3:43 PM EDT
It’s because people bought too many guns in the past quarters.
Consumers bought so many guns in past quarters that Smith and Wesson will see demand...
Your Crash Warning Alert System
September 11, 2001. I was on the F train going from my home in Brooklyn to my Manhattan office. When I got in, someone told me one of the towers had collapsed. People were crying — their friends were in those towers.
My office was uptown on Park...
A Scam Called Valeant——Why The Casino Is Going To Blow
by David Stockman • March 24, 2016
If you need evidence that Wall Street is a financial time bomb waiting for ignition look no further than the recent meltdown of Valeant Pharmaceuticals (VRX). In round terms, its market cap of $90...
The Year Of The Red Monkey: Volatility Reigns Supreme
To preserve capital, you need to outsmart the monkey
by Charles Hugh Smith
Friday, March 11, 2016, 3:16 PM
Tags: bonds, bubble, central banks, crisis, currency, financial markets, fire monkey, interest rates, NIRP, recession, red...
The biggest force powering the stock market is starting to disappear, and it could be a huge problem
By Bob BryanMarch 12, 2016 6:00 AM
Since the beginning of the post-crisis bull-market run, the biggest buyer of equities hasn't been retail investors or institutions but companies themselves...
The European Central Bank Grabs The Markets’ Reins
Thursday March 10, 2016 18:09
Another risk-off day swirled around markets around the world today, extending yesterday’s momentum and touching all investments in some way.
Crude oil was down, but not spectacularly so, leading us to surmise...
This bizarre rule in the US is a huge risk to your investments
March 9, 2016
Human beings have come up with some crazy ideas for money and finance over the years.
Conch shells. Beads. Animal skins. Salt. Rice. All of these were used as a form of money at one...
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...