Market Focus: Economy
- May 27 Here's Why All Pension Funds Are Doomed, Doomed, Doomed by Charles Hugh Smith
- May 25 What the Greek Deal Does and Does Not Do by Marc Chandler
- May 25 Cuddling and Egg McMuffins Show Economic Slowdown Underway by FS Staff
- May 25 Charles Bolin's Detailed Investment Outlook - Market Topping, Economic Data in Decline by Charles Bolin
- May 24 The Ebb and Flow of Inventories by Matthew Kerkhoff
- May 24 Why the Brexit Vote Matters to US Investors by Patrick O'Hare
- May 24 Massive Jump in New Home Sales, 17-Sigma Event by Michael Shedlock
- May 23 This Is Not A Drill. This Is The Real Thing. by Tim Duy PhD
- May 23 How the US Dollar Influences Oil Prices by Oil Price
- May 23 A June Fed Funds Rate Hike Risks a September Economic Stall by Paul Kasriel
- May 23 Delinquency Rates Surge in 2016, Poised to Head Higher by FS Staff
- May 23 Should Britain Leave the EU? Two Analysts Debate by FS Staff
- May 20 Davidowitz: Retailers in 'Survival Mode' as Headwinds Multiply by FS Staff
- May 20 “Road Trains” Are Ready: Who Wins, and Who Loses? by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- May 20 Chicago Pension Liabilities Jump 168%, Understated by $11.5 Billion by Michael Shedlock
Richard Duncan: China Is Facing a ‘Serious Crisis’
May 28 – In a special edition of the Big Picture, we reprise a compelling interview with Richard Duncan, conducted recently by Cris Sheridan on FS Insider. China experienced the “greatest economic boom in the history of the world” based on an...
Technician Craig Johnson: Buy the Dips – Secular Bull Market Still Intact
May 28 – Ryan Puplava welcomes back Craig Johnson CFA CMT, Senior Technical Research Analyst at Piper Jaffray. Craig still believes that bullish economic trends are intact, and reiterated his year-end target of 2350 for the S&P 500 Index.
Bolin: Wide Range of Data Suggests Market Top
May 26 – Charles Bolin, a mining engineer and contributor at Seeking Alpha, says the market is likely in the process of forming a major top and, if current trends continue, expects a recession before the end of 2017. Here, he explains the message...
Syverson: “Mismeasurement Hypothesis” Doesn’t Explain US Productivity Slowdown
May 25 – Since 2004, the US has been experiencing a productivity slowdown. Many prominent economists and strategists argue that this is an illusion due to a mismeasurement of our modern society. Chad Syverson, Professor of Economics at...