Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Mar 05 The Global Problem: Monetary Policy Can't Fix an Economy's Structural Problems by Charles Hugh Smith
- Mar 04 Signs to Watch for a Major Peak in Stocks and Impending Bear Market (Update) by Cris Sheridan
- Mar 03 Fearing the Machine: AI vs. Cybernetics by Cris Sheridan
- Mar 03 Could Oil Prices Plummet a Second Time? by Oil Price
- Mar 02 We Have Nothing to Fear but a Lack of Fear Itself by Chris Puplava
- Mar 02 China’s Rate Cut Insufficient: Investors Expect More PBoC Stimulus and Yuan Devaluation by Sober Look
- Feb 26 The Trojan Horse Battle for the Euro by John Butler
- Feb 25 Are Weak Earnings Signaling Recession Ahead? by Urban Carmel
- Feb 24 How Likely Is the Greek Bailout Strategy to Succeed? by Global Risk Insights
- Feb 24 Lowest Interest Rates Ever by John Rubino
Richard Duncan: How Governments Are Using QE to Magically Wipe Away Their Debts
Mar 6 – Cris Sheridan welcomes back Richard Duncan, Chief Economist at Blackhorse Asset Management in Singapore. Richard explains why quantitative easing is a form of debt cancellation and the number one...
Daniel Alpert on Why the U.S. and Global Economy Face Long-Term Deflation
Mar 5 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Daniel Alpert, Managing Partner at Westwood Capital and author of The Age of Oversupply: Confronting the Greatest Challenge to the Global Economy. Daniel shares his outlook for...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Popular Delusions and the Madness of Bankers
Feb 28 – Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is “Popular Delusions and the Madness of Bankers”. This deals with the so-called New Normal world of extremely low interest rates. Jim notes we are truly in a special time in...
Steven Ricchiuto: Deflation Part of New Economic World Order
Feb 24 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Steven Ricchiuto, Chief US Economist for Mizuho Securities USA Inc. Steven argues that the Federal Reserve forecasts are too optimistic. The Fed has been forecasting an accelerating economy...
Market volatility and the breakdown of fundamental and technical indicators are only a few signs. There are others which are more subtle and not visible to the human eye—below the surface. They show up in bear-o-metric readings of the nation's money supply, credit expansion and the breakdown of corporate earnings. With all of these readings, we know that a storm is coming. The question is: "What kind will it be?"
—Jim Puplava, The Perfect Financial Storm Part 3