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The Evils and Insanity of Our Time

For the first time in quite a while, the weekly IDW, which closed the week at 149.04, rose above the three-year average of 148.57. However, I believe this will prove to be little more than a head fake, so far as my IDW is concerned. I say that because I am quite convinced that we are in for one massive asset price deflation. The components of my ... [Read More]

What is Trump’s True Agenda?

William Engdahl and Michael Oliver return. Presidential candidate Trump appeared to be on the side of America’s downtrodden white middle class, offering to bring jobs back from overseas. He lambasted China, calling them foreign exchange cheaters. On ... [Read More]

Why Trump’s Already in Trouble: Steve Bannon, Rightwing Statist

In his Nov. 23 missive, David stockman made several points as to why the equity market is smoking something funny and why the economic vision being promoted by Donald Trump, which is that of Steve Bannon, will not only fail but will exacerbate ... [Read More]

Avoiding the Whipsaw

Gold has fallen around $120/oz from its Nov. 2 London PM Fix high of $1,303.75. The immediate reaction to an apparent Trump victory was an 800-point decline in stocks and about a $40 rise in the price of gold. But thanks to the Plunge Protection ... [Read More]

The Road to Ruin: The Global Elites’ Secret Plan For the Next Financial Crisis.

James Rickards and Michael Oliver are returning guests on the radio program. With the global bankers destroying capitalism in favor of an evolving global dictatorship, common folks are rebelling against their loss of liberty and freedom. At the ... [Read More]

Here’s Michael Oliver’s T-Bond “Whoosh!”

Michael Oliver’s work has been suggesting that we are on the precipice of a gigantic reversal in the Bond market. During the past week or so, the US T-Bond broke through Michael’s momentum support levels. It fell 5 4/32, or 3.16%, in one day with the ... [Read More]

Should You Own Emerging Markets In 2017?

From David Fabian: Investors are likely feeling emboldened by the strength of stocks as we close out the final month of 2016.  Bullish enthusiasm can be infectious and now the race is on to determine which sectors or regions will be the ... [Read More]

Oil Buoyed Above $50 As Non-OPEC Meeting Looms

From Evan Kelly: Oil prices seesawed this week on the hopes and fears of whether or not OPEC will be able to fully implement its historic deal, as well as the uncertainty over the additional non-OPEC cuts. Still, WTI and Brent mostly held onto their ... [Read More]

Here’s How The New Shariah Standard Opens Up Gold Investment To Muslims

From Brad Hoppmann: Gold could be about to get a few new buyers. And by a few new buyers, I mean somewhere around 1.6 billion people — or about 25% of the world’s population. Well, OK. That might be a bit of an exaggeration. Here’s ... [Read More]

Don’t Worry If You’ve Missed Out On The Trump Rally

From Chad Shoop: The market has been on a tear for the past month. The S&P 500 has soared roughly 8% from its November 4 near-term low, and this rally has come despite many investors shifting to cash before the election, or investing ... [Read More]

JPMorgan’s Special Dividend Doesn’t Make Sense

From Stephen Mauzy: This past Tuesday, JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon floated the idea of a special dividend while speaking at an investor conference. Business is good at the banking giant. Cash continues to accumulate, but it continues to ... [Read More]

Here’s Why Trump’s Era Won’t Even Compare To Reagan’s

From Bill Hall: Donald Trump’s victory in the recent U.S. presidential election — and the subsequent stock market rally — has many in the mainstream media comparing President-elect Trump’s economic policies to those rolled out ... [Read More]

Mike Pence Thinks the “Free Market” Is Making You Poor

A A Tags Home | Feed | Blog.rssMoney and BanksU.S. EconomyMike Pence Thinks the "Free Market" Is Making You PoorMoney and BankingPolitical Theory 0 Views Vice President-elect Mike Pence has no idea what the term “free market” ... [Read More]

Week in Review: December 10, 2016

Tags A A The EntrepreneurGlobal EconomyU.S. HistoryHome | Feed | Blog.rssWeek in Review: December 10, 2016EntrepreneurshipPolitical Theory 0 Views 34 min agoFrom Brexit to Donald Trump's election, the surge in populism this year has revealed ... [Read More]

Why Europe must end in tears

The latest consequence of economic mismanagement in Europe was the failed attempt at constitutional reform in Italy this week. The Italian people have had enough of their government’s economic failure, and is refusing to give it more power. The EU ... [Read More]

These ETFs Hit New 52-Week Highs In An Ultra Bullish Week

A number of ETFs hit new 52-week highs this week, which isn’t unexpected as the major indexes hit multiple all-time highs. Let’s take a look at some of the standouts amid the relentless bullish action. As the markets continue to ... [Read More]

Despite Recent Gains, Outflows Striking QQQ Once Again

Analyst Paul Weisbruch points out some interesting money flows activity affecting a number of major funds, including some big outflows from the largest tech fund in the world. Late in this week we saw upside call activity in EEM (iShares MSCI ... [Read More]

The McRib and Economic Calculation

  Xanthe Pajarillo has petitioned her city council to somehow get the local McDonald's restaurants to offer the McRib sandwich. The McRib features ground pork shaped like four ribs and a McDonald's signature barbecue sauce. Some people love ... [Read More]

Draghi Opens The Trap Door!

* Dollar rallies on ECB news!... * Bonds, currencies & metals get sold!. * Stocks get bought for how much longer? . * Chuck's resume' HA!. ******************************************** And now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good ... [Read More]

Keep the Federal Courts Out of the Electoral College

Tags A A U.S. HistoryHome | Feed | Blog.rssKeep the Federal Courts Out of the Electoral College Political Theory 0 Views 1 hour agoThe United States was originally constructed in such a way that the states themselves would dominate the ... [Read More]

Facebook Admits Miscalculating Even More Ad Metrics

Heavy is the head that wears the crown. Social media king Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has admitted for the third time in four months to miscalculating another set of ad metrics. In a new blog post today, the company said it uncovered a problem with the ... [Read More]

Ryan McMaken Joins John Stossel Tonight at 10 PM ET on Fox Business

    Friday night at 10 pm ET on Fox Business, Ryan McMaken and John Stossel will discuss how price controls, minimum wages, and anti-trade policy won't make a country rich, whether it's Venezuela or the United ... [Read More]

This Emerging Markets ETF Is At A Critical Technical Level

The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index ETF (NYSE:EEM) has recovered partially from its post-Trump purge, but now it faces a big technical hurdle to overcome. From Bespoke: In the immediate aftermath of the election, emerging market equities were one ... [Read More]

Boeing Donates $1 Million To Trump Inauguration After “Cancel Order” Tweet

From Tyler Durden: Just days after president-elect Donald Trump called out Boeing for “out of control” costs on its Air Force One bid, the aircraft manufacturer has decided to match its donation to President Obama, giving $1 million to ... [Read More]

Chinese Oil Demand Growth Set To Collapse Next Year

From OilPrice.com: Chinese growth of crude oil imports may likely shrink by more than 60 percent next year, as storage facilities are filling in and smaller refiners face more scrutiny over taxes and licenses, according to a Bloomberg survey of ... [Read More]

VIX Divergence Signaling Equities About To Turn?

Technical analyst Dave Chojnacki recaps Thursday’s subdued market action, which saw the second straight day of VIX divergence amid subdued equities activity. Thursday Yawns We got Jobless Claims numbers before the open yesterday, which were ... [Read More]