Market Focus: Markets
- Sep 29 Bonds Are a Potential Powder Keg in the “New Normal” by FS Staff
- Sep 29 VIX Spread Signaling Excessive Complacence on Market Risk by Tom McClellan
- Sep 27 Watch This Key Level by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Sep 26 The Not so Silent Demise of Deutsche Bank by Christopher Quigley
- Sep 23 Why Much of Asia Is Thankful for the Upcoming iPhone Release by Andrew Zatlin
- Sep 22 Bond Market Knows What Fed Should Do by Tom McClellan
- Sep 22 Fed Admits It Has No Clue by Kurt Kallaus
- Sep 21 Markets Cheer BOJ Announcement by Marc Chandler
- Sep 19 Why Won't the Fed Raise Rates? by Sober Look
- Sep 19 Wantrobski: We Are Nowhere Near a Major Market Top by FS Staff
- Sep 16 Epsilon Theory: Essence of Decision by Ben Hunt PhD
- Sep 16 TINA, FOMO, and the Shrinkage Factor by FS Staff
- Sep 15 Odds of September Rate Hike Fall to 12% on Poor Econ Data by FS Staff
- Sep 15 Zatlin: Expect Layoffs Come January as US Nears Inflection Point by FS Staff
- Sep 15 McClellan: A Significant Trend Change Is Starting by Tom McClellan
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Only Game in Town
Oct 1 – Deutsche Bank problems are putting investors (and German authorities) on edge. Is this another Lehman moment? In today’s podcast, Jim discusses why Deutsche Bank represents a systemic threat to the global financial order, how it...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: A Strong Defense Wins Championships
Sep 24 – In the first part of today’s podcast, Jim describes why “a strong defense wins championships” when it comes to investing. Then, Jim covers the “US’s unspoken crisis”—public pensions—which, being massively...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: On The Record (Part 1)
Aug 27 – This week on the Big Picture, John asks Jim questions from listeners and elsewhere in another edition of On The Record. This is the first of a two-part discussion highlighting Jim’s current thinking on a number of different topics.
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...