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A New High for Gold in Two Years?

Don Coxe joins the radio program for the first time and Michael Oliver returns. Blackrock’s Heidi Richardson talks of a new high for gold in two years.  With all due respect, our guests are every bit as competent to opine on gold and other financial markets as Ms. Richardson. We will ask them what they see given the arrogant destruction of free ... [Read More]

Are we at the Start of a Major Commodity Inflation Cycle?

Michael Oliver’s momentum work has warned of a major plate tectonic shift in major market categories. Specifically he calls for a major bear market in stocks and bonds and a major bull market in commodities, led by precious metals. To find out ... [Read More]

Some of Jay Taylor’s Picks – Read On

You can always find more articles of interest at www.miningstocks.com, but in the meantime, we'd like to give you some samples: ***************************** US Equity Markets Break Key Technical Support - Dana Lyons-Tumblr Will ... [Read More]

Is the Gold Bull Market Over?

Frank Holmes, Ivan Bebek return as guests on the radio program this week. With the unemployment rate below 5% and near the lows before the financial crisis, Obama is claiming a brilliantly successful track record on the economy. The White House ... [Read More]

More Interesting Picks For Our Readers

Articles that Jay Taylor found you might be interested in reading.  You can find out more of these articles as well as articles about gold stocks that Jay follows at www.miningstocks.com ------------------ Ray Dalio Warns A 1% Rise In Yields ... [Read More]

Does This Past Rough Week Provide Opportunity?

Gold’s decline over the past week is displayed on your left. Gold declined 5.4% this week to close at $1,258.60. But gold shares, which are leveraged to the price of gold, declined significantly more. So the big question is whether there is more ... [Read More]

China Moves Forward with Its De-Dollarization Strategy

Tags A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssGlobal EconomyMoney and BanksMoney and BankingPolitical TheoryChina Moves Forward with Its De-Dollarization Strategy 0 Views The world monetary order is changing. Slowly but steadily, global trade and currency ... [Read More]

Tobacco Merger News Boosting Consumer Staples ETF

Today brings news of multiple potential tobacco mega mergers, which placed attention to a handful of major consumer-focused exchange traded funds with large tobacco exposure. The first piece of news involves a merger of British American Tobacco and ... [Read More]

Time Warner Shares Surge 12% on Report AT&T Could Make Takeover Offer Soon

Shares of Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) were up as much as 12% on Friday afternoon, after reports surfaced that the company could receive a buyout bid as soon as this weekend. Just yesterday, word broke that TWX and AT&T execs had informally ... [Read More]

What's the Difference Between Liberalism and "Neoliberalism"?

Tags A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssWorld HistoryPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical TheoryWhat's the Difference Between Liberalism and "Neoliberalism"? 0 Views It is possible that there is no term more abused in modern political discourse than ... [Read More]

Can Bristol-Myers Squibb Co Turn Things Around With Q3 Earnings?

From Zacks Research: Pharma giant Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY) has seen its stock fall precipitiously this year. Will next week’s report help the company rebound? BMY is scheduled to report third-quarter 2016 results on Oct 27, before the ... [Read More]

Bank of Japan to Continue Bond Purchases at Torrid Pace

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said today that there’s no need to taper the central bank’s massive asset purchases, even as it adjusts its focus toward controlling interest rate yield curve. Still, Kuroda didn’t rule out ... [Read More]

Did China Just Send A Message?

* Draghi throws euro under a bus!. * Dollar gains strength again! . * China marks down renminbi by large amount! * Freight volumes drop for 19th month! ******************************************** And now. Today's A Pfennig For Your ... [Read More]

Amazon Is Taking On Wal-Mart With New Grocery Business

Retail giant Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is rapidly building out its grocery pickup and delivery business, once again putting it in direct competition with Wal-Mart. According to Bloomberg: The e-commerce behemoth is building pickup locations for ... [Read More]

Investor Demand for Silver Coins is Surging in October

From GoldCore: As gold and silver step back slightly to sit and wait for US economic data to be released later today, we bring you news of the US Mint Silver Eagle demand that has ‘Returned with a Vengeance,’ as reported by ... [Read More]

McDonald’s Corporation Q3 Earnings Easily Top Estimates as Comps Surge

Fast food king McDonald’s Corporation (NYSE:MCD) today posted much better than expected third quarter earnings results, driven by strong comparable sales growth in its global locations. The Oak Brook, IL-based company reported Q3 earnings of ... [Read More]

General Electric Company Q3 Profit Beats, but Revenue Misses

General Electric Company (NYSE:GE) this morning posted mixed third quarter earnings results, as the industrial superpower navigates through a difficult global economic environment. The Boston-based company reported Q3 adjusted net income of $0.32 per ... [Read More]

Here’s Why The VIX Is No Longer A Reliable Indicator Of Anything

An overabundance of central banking liquidity and increased regulation in the financial markets have eroded the value of formerly reliable indicators like the CBOE Volatility Index. The so-called “fear gauge,” the VIX has been on a ... [Read More]

Analyst: Recession Coming Soon, So Buy Gold

An influential former Goldman Sachs manager has made a bearish call on the U.S. economy — and a very bullish call on gold. Raoul Pal, who now runs the Global Macro Investor advisory service, believes that the U.S., like many of its counterparts ... [Read More]

Risk/Reward Looking Good for Gold Miners

Precious metals expert Michael Ballanger discusses the uptick in gold and silver miners and the Deutsche Bank gold bullion settlement. One of the more striking developments in the bizarro world of gold and silver trading has to be yesterday’s ... [Read More]

Oil Giants Split on Whether Crude Will Rise or Fall

From Nick Cunningham: Saudi Arabia’s energy minister Khalid al-Falih spoke at the Oil & Money Conference in London this week, where he offered a robust defense of OPEC’s 2014 decision to not intervene in the market to try to support ... [Read More]

Inflation May Be Causing a Long-Term Rise in Unemployment

    One of the most discussed topics in modern macroeconomics is the alleged trade-off between price inflation and unemployment. The Phillips curve became, in one form or another, the linchpin of modern monetary policy ... [Read More]

How Inflation Causes Unemployment to Rise Over Time

A A Tags Home | Feed | Blog.rssMoney and BanksMoney and BankingHow Inflation Causes Unemployment to Rise Over Time 0 Views One of the most discussed topics in modern macroeconomics is the alleged trade-off between price inflation and ... [Read More]

AT&T and Time Warner Discussing Media Mega Merger

According to a Bloomberg report, AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) and Time Warner Inc (NYSE:TWX) executives recently met to discuss a potential mega merger. The combined companies would have a market cap of over $300 billion if they reached a deal. Discussions ... [Read More]

Schlumberger Limited Posts Mixed Q3 Earnings, Sees Oil Markets Improving

Schlumberger Limited (NYSE:SLB) late today posted mixed third quarter earnings results, but noted that its outlook for the beleaguered oil and gas market is steadily improving. The Houston-based company reported Q3 adjusted earnings of $0.25 per ... [Read More]

Paypal Holdings Inc Shares Rise on Q3 Profit Beat, Despite Light Outlook

Online payments processor Paypal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ:PYPL) late today posted solid Q3 earnings results, and despite seemingly lackluster guidance, its shares surged higher in after-hours trading. The San Jose-based company reported adjusted Q3 net ... [Read More]