Market Focus: Markets
- Jul 29 Best Gold & Silver Forecasters Revise 2016 Targets Sharply Higher by Adrian Ash
- Jul 28 OMFIF’s David Marsh: Bank of Japan Stands to Make “Enormous” Losses by FS Staff
- Jul 27 Everything Hinges on Inflation (Expectations) by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jul 27 Gold Bullion Jumps Before Fed Rate Decision and Durable Goods Plunge by Adrian Ash
- Jul 26 Spread Thin — How the Fed Manipulates Financial Spreads by Alex Barrow
- Jul 26 US Housing Recovery Continues, Though Headwinds Remain by FS Staff
- Jul 25 It's All Generally Relative by Patrick O'Hare
- Jul 25 Martin Armstrong: Throw Out the Fundamentals—Negative Rates Could Push the Dow Up to 40,000 by FS Staff
- Jul 22 An Upside Down World by Chris Puplava
- Jul 22 Signs of Excessive Bullish Sentiment by Tom McClellan
- Jul 22 Sovereign Debt Downgrades Accelerate in 2016 by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Jul 21 S&P Warns of Rising Global Default Wave by Danielle Park
- Jul 21 Fund Managers at Highest Cash Levels in 14 Years by Urban Carmel
- Jul 21 Gold Investment Slows, Soft Summer 'Risks $1300' But Bond Defaults 'Will Spike' as Japan, Eurozone Deny Fresh Stimulus by Adrian Ash
- Jul 20 Is Kyle Bass Finally Getting His Revenge? by Clif Droke
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Lower for Longer
Jul 16 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “Lower for Longer”, Jim notes that bond yields have reached levels we’ve never seen before. The US has now issued bonds at the lowest rates in United States history. The German government has finally...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Surviving the Yield Crash
Jul 9 – The first topic this week on the Big Picture is “Surviving the Yield Crash”. Jim and John discuss the historic low yields that just keep getting lower. British bonds are now below 1% and some European countries and Japan have...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Helicopter Drops in the Post Debt-Supercycle
May 14 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “As Good As It Gets,” Jim and John discuss how the economy is slowing down, why stimulus in the pipeline may lead to a bump in the second quarter even though longer-term trends are facing south.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Only Game in Town – Central Banks, QE, Negative Rates and Helicopter Drops
Apr 16 – This week on the Big Picture, Jim and John cover the only game in town; central banks. We read about economic weakness and that corporate profits have peaked, yet the Fed is still talking about raising rates this year.