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Chen Lin Shares Top Pics

Chen Lin talks to Jay Taylor about his two top Biotech Stocks, Sarepta Therapeutics and Sorrento Therapeutics and says why he is weighting his portfolio heavily in those two names. He also comments on prospects for gold and energy stocks. http://jaytaylormedia.com/media/ChenLin20151130.mp3 Download ... [Read More]

Why is Western Civilization Going to Hell?

“Stem flow of migrants to EU or risk fate of the Roman empire” That was the Friday, Nov. 27th headline from no less an establishment newspaper than the “Financial Times,” the world’s business newspaper. I have been amazed at how financial and ... [Read More]

Prospering and Creating a World Worth Inheriting

Chris Martenson and his business partner Adam Taggart, of Peak Prosperity, and Al Korelin are guests on the radio program this week. The world is becoming ever more dangerous due to massive and growing financial, energy and environmental ... [Read More]

The Impending Interest Rate Disaster

This article is bred from an excellent article in Zero Hedge, dated Nov. 20, 2015, titled “What Will Happen to Corporate Profits if the Fed Hikes in December?” I have argued that the Fed “can’t” raise interest rates. Then last week I suggested ... [Read More]

The Geopolitical Future of the Petro Dollar & Gold

F. William Engdhal is a returning guest on the radio program and Michael Oliver makes an appearance as a frequent contributor to the show. Since Nixon removed gold from the dollar in 1971, the dollar’s strength has been maintained by a U.S. ... [Read More]

The Lull Before The Storm – An Ideal Chance to Exit the Casino, Part 1

This post The Lull Before The Storm – An Ideal Chance to Exit the Casino, Part 1 appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Sunday night’s Asian action brought another warning that the global deflation cycle is accelerating. Iron ore broke below $40 per ton ... [Read More]

Can Small Caps Rebound?

One 2015 surprise: A stronger dollar hasn’t led to small-cap outperformance. Russ explains why and what this means for the small-cap tilt heading into 2016. Margo Harrison / Shutterstock If there was one strong consensus view coming into 2015, it ... [Read More]

In the 19th Century, Non-Citizens in the US Could Vote in 22 States and Territories

A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssIn the 19th Century, Non-Citizens in the US Could Vote in 22 States and Territories December 1, 2015Ryan McMakenIn a Mises Daily column last summer, I suggested that the proper strategy for addressing the immigration ... [Read More]

IMF Says “You Can Join The Club”.

* Dollar is softer today with most currencies stronger. * RBI leaves rates unchanged. * Eurozone PMI's confirmed stronger. * U.K. PMI plunges, what will the U.S. version do? I want to apologize for the tardiness of the letter today... I had ... [Read More]

Exxon Canceled Quality Climate Research, Carson Superpac $ Vanished, High Price of Cheap Toys: Nov…

DISCOVER OUR BLOG  Did you know that in addition to everything else we offer, we now have a Blog? It is dedicated to providing you with a mix of short, timely items you might well not see elsewhere. From “Deep Politics” Eyebrow-raisers to updates to ... [Read More]

Transcript: Jim Rickards on Currency Wars

A A Home | Feed | Blog.rssTranscript: Jim Rickards on Currency Wars November 30, 2015James G. RickardsIn this transcript, taken from September's Mises Weekends interview, Jim Rickards explores our current global currency wars, the rise of ... [Read More]

Market Is Providing Insight Into Fed Rate Hike Now

Chris Ciovacco:  Want To Know The Weather?  One of the easiest ways to understand the weather is to look out the window. With the market assigning an “almost a done deal” probability of 78% that the Federal Reserve hikes rates on December 16, we will ... [Read More]

A Family Revelation…

This post A Family Revelation… appeared first on Daily Reckoning. BALTIMORE – Markets have been calm over the Thanksgiving holiday. Americans – distracted by friends and family – had better things to do than panic. We celebrated at our family ... [Read More]

Reader Photos: Greenland’s Melting Glaciers

As world leaders convene today in Paris for a “pivotal” conference on climate change, we thought we would take the occasion to post several photos that one of our readers, Mary Lou Dauray, took while flying over Greenland. Mary Lou writes: “Sometimes ... [Read More]

2015: The Last Christmas In America

This post 2015: The Last Christmas In America appeared first on Daily Reckoning. If we define Christmas as consumer spending going up while earnings are going down, 2015 will be the last Christmas in America for a long time to come. In broad brush, ... [Read More]

Nike Inc (NKE): The Company’s Growth Speeds Up

Bob Ciura:   Athletic apparel company Nike (NYSE:NKE) is the best performing stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year. The stock has returned 38% since the beginning of 2015, not including dividends. That has trounced the S&P 500, which ... [Read More]

Editors’ Picks for Nov 30

PICKS are stories from many sources, selected by our editors or recommended by our readers because they are important, surprising, troubling, enlightening, inspiring, or amusing. They appear on our site and in our daily newsletter. Please send ... [Read More]

Exxon Feeling the Heat Ahead of Paris Climate Conference

It may be hard to believe, but there was a time when the oil giant now called ExxonMobil was at the cutting edge of climate science. In the late 1970s, Exxon’s own scientists told company executives that greenhouse gases would cause the world to ... [Read More]

US Economic Data Indicative of Imminent Global Meltdown

WARNING: The latest economic data released by the US Census Bureau shows that inventories increased again, wholesales declined again, and the inventory-to-sales ratio has reached the levels that were last seen just after the 2008 global ... [Read More]

What Happened To The Shanghai International Gold Exchange?

Withdrawals from the vaults of the largest physical gold bourse globally, the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE), accounted for 54 tonnes (in week 45 / 16 until 20 November), up 10 % from last week. Year to date SGE withdrawals have reached 2,313 tonnes, ... [Read More]

Will It Be The Renminbi’s Special Day?

* Dollar has con for the most part today. * A very busy week in store!. * Evans subtly warns his fellow Fed members. * Draghi to throw the euro under the bus again? And now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts. Good day. And a Marvelous ... [Read More]

How Long Will The “Earnings Recession” Last?

Ask any economist if the U.S. economy is in a recession, and they will say no. After all, the U.S. economy, as measured by gross domestic product (GDP), grew at a 1.5% clip in the third quarter.1 Even though that’s down sharply from the 2nd ... [Read More]

Climate Watch: L.A.’s Water Woes

As the world convenes in Paris next week to try to slow climate change, the concept of the weather changing dramatically and irrevocably over the next decades still seems foreign to many Americans. Part of the reason is that it is happening slowly — ... [Read More]