Market Focus: Markets
- Jan 18 The Inheritance by James J Puplava CFP
- Jan 17 Gundlach: The Biggest Risk to the Current Rally Is Donald Trump by ValueWalk
- Jan 17 Trump's Comments Send the Dollar Reeling by Marc Chandler
- Jan 13 Looking at the Four "Bull Market Checks": Trend, Momentum, Breadth, and Sentiment by FS Staff
- Jan 13 Higher Interest Rates Good for Stocks by Kurt Kallaus
- Jan 12 The 2017 Outlook: Shifting Regimes by BCA Research
- Jan 12 Biggest Challenge of 2017 Directly Ahead for Gold, Stocks by Clif Droke
- Jan 11 The (Highly Speculative) Path to $10,000 Bitcoin by Charles Hugh Smith
- Jan 11 2017: Year of Extremes by Clif Droke
- Jan 10 The Oracles by James J Puplava CFP
- Jan 10 Buy C-R-A-P by Jeffrey D Saut
- Jan 09 Inflation: Up and to the Right by Patrick O'Hare
- Jan 06 Five Key Factors for Investors to Focus on in 2017 by Greg Blotnick CFA
- Jan 06 Debt or DJIA: Who Gets to 20* First? by Tom McClellan
- Jan 06 Gold’s ‘False Dawn’ May Depend on Looming Debt Ceiling by Adrian Ash
2016: A Year of Surprises
Dec 24 – As a real-time barometer of economic and financial anxiety, the double-digit plunge in global markets at the start of 2016 reflected nothing but pessimism on the part of investors. The US and global economy were slowing...
Greed Is Back – Making Bubbles Great Again
Dec 17 – In today’s Big Picture, Jim argues that markets have gotten ahead of themselves and gives his outlook for a market correction given sentiment levels, headwinds facing Trump’s expected proposals, and other factors that...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Trumpian Revolution
Dec 3 – In the past few weeks—and especially following Trump’s election—oil, interest rates, the stock market, and the US dollar have all moved strongly to the upside. What’s going on and is this sustainable? Jim Puplava discusses...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Trump and the Great Reflation
Nov 19 – Donald Trump has won the election and now plans to provide a major boost to the economy. Will it succeed and delay the onset of a recession or will the “great reflation” get stopped dead in its tracks as interest rates climb steadily higher? Jim discusses...