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Monthly Archives: January 2014

Obamacare: A Welcome Mat for IRS Horrors

by Tori Richards Daily Reckoning So you’ve maneuvered the Obamacare website, plugged in your top-secret information and found out how much you are forced to pay to avoid a fine. And for some of you, it turns out you qualify for a government subsidy — making the premium sound like a bargain. But signing on […]

World Financial System & Economy At Dangerous Break Point

from King World News On the heels of continued pressure on global stock markets, today a 42-year market veteran warned King World News that the world financial system and economy is now at a dangerous breaking point. Egon von Greyerz, who is founder of Matterhorn Asset Management out of Switzerland, also included two fantastic charts […]

Why the 40-Year Cycle is Bad News for Stocks

by Clif Droke, Gold Strategies Review Gold Seek Lost among all the bullish predictions for the 2014 market outlook is a salient fact that few Wall Street analysts are aware of. What they fail to realize is that the powerful 40-year cycle bottoms later this year. Just how powerful is the 40-year cycle? Well consider […]

Schiff vs. Ritholtz: Political Correctness vs. Law of Supply and Demand

by Mike “Mish” Shedlock MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis PolicyMic says There’s a Good Reason Why Everyone’s Cricizing Peter Schiff. Jon Stewart’s Daily Show mocked Schiff in an amusing video interview Wage Against the Machine. The video allegedly explores “the devastating economic effects of raising the minimum wage to the poverty level.” Schiff’s opponent in […]

Gold Slips; Silver Steady

by Dan Norcini Trader Dan Norcini Gold had a double whammy working against it in today’s session. The first was stability in the US equity markets. Every single time stocks have moved higher this week, gold has lost ground. The opposite has also been true; when stocks have dropped on emerging market fears, gold has […]

Harvey Organ’s Daily Gold & Silver Report – Friday, January 31, 2014

GLD and SLV remain constant/almost 28 tonnes of gold standing in the Feb comex gold month by Harvey Organ Harvey Organ’s Daily Gold & Silver Report Gold closed down $2.10 at $1240.10 (comex closing time ). Silver was unchanged at $19.11 In the access market tonight at 5:15 pm gold: $1244.00 silver: $19.16 Now let […]

More Pain Ahead For Equities: Peter Hug

from KitcoNews Peter Hug talks gold amidst issues coming out of emerging market economies, equities markets and the eurozone. Hug says he hopes the drop in global stock markets is simply a correction. “We’re assuming here that this is a correction; it could go a little further,” he says. “It’s got some momentum behind it […]

How Rothschild Sees The Future

from Zero Hedge Rothschild has identified four different scenarios that, in their view, are the most likely to occur. The series of scenarios for GDP growth and inflation in the main western economies, Japan and China may guide investor thinking but their somewhat ominous conclusion is worth bearing in mind: “Further monetary ‘experiments’ are becoming […]

The Oligarch Storyline Is Growing Old and Tired

by James Quinn The Burning Platform The headline from the MSM this morning was that consumer spending was really strong in December after a fantastic November. Consumer spending rose a seasonally adjusted 0.4% last month, the Commerce Department said. Economists polled by MarketWatch had forecast a 0.2% gain. The advance in December follows an upwardly […]

The Mises View: “Price Gouging” | Joseph T. Salerno

from misesmedia Joe Salerno discusses the economics of Price Gouging. Dr. Salerno is the Mises Institute’s Academic Vice President. For more information, visit the Mises Institute online at mises.org. Tweet