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Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Truth About Politics / By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. / February 1, 2016 The very first votes of the 2016 presidential election season will be cast tonight in the Iowa caucuses. This is supposed to fill us with happy thoughts about self-government, civic virtue, rational deliberation, and about politics as the way the people’s will is put into effect. But […]

Even Freaked-Out Bears Need a Rest / Rick Ackerman / Sunday, January 31, 2016 Even panicked bears need to catch their breath from time to time, so don’t be surprised if there’s a lull in the short squeeze that saved Friday from humdrum. Neither should we be unprepared if the freakish buying (i.e., with no pullbacks) resumes later in the week. […]

So It Begins: Bloomberg Op-Ed Calls For An End Of Cash / by Tyler Durden on 01/31/2016 – 21:20 In a moment of curious serendipity, a little over 90 minutes after we showed what a dystopian, centrally-planned, cashless society unleashed in a negative interest rate world would look like (“by forcing people and companies to convert their paper money into bank deposits, the hope is that […]

Did The Stock Market Bottom Last Week? You Can’t Be Serious / Dave Kranzler / Feb 1, 2016 Toward the end of last week, when the S&P jumped 58 points (3%) for the week, 46 on Friday alone.  The negative interest rate announcement by the Bank of Japan triggered the move on Friday.  Earlier in the week the bottom-callers in oil were on their megaphone […]

Stupor Bowl 2016 / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2016 When I use the phrase Stupor Bowl, I refer not to the upcoming Super Bowl or the crazy mid-winter bicycle free-for-all in Minneapolis, but to the economic game of watching the Bear’s Recession Offense crush the Unicorn-believing Bulls. Let’s follow the score here in the opening minutes […]

“This Is Much Larger Than Subprime” – Here Are The Legendary Hedge Funds Fighting The Chinese Central Bank / by Tyler Durden on 01/31/2016 20:57 One month ago, we first revealed that for one prominent winner from the subprime crisis, Hayman Capital’s Kyle Bass, “the greatest investment opportunity right now” is to short the Chinese Yuan: as he explained “given our views on credit contraction in Asia, and in China in particular, let’s […]

Fighting the Multicultural Left / By Paul Gottfried / February 1, 2016 In his latest column Pat Buchanan writes eloquently about a “civil war on the right.” According to Pat, “conservatives” are now locked in mortal combat over the future of the American Right, and the sides are divided between the fans and despisers of populist presidential candidate Donald Trump. From […]

Officers checking ID at Vancouver Skytrain Police Checkpoint

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Is Germany Paying African Nations To Take Back Rejected Refugees? / by Tyler Durden on 01/31/2016 19:30 As Der Freitag reports (via Google Translate), if the German authorities do not get rid of a refugee, you can just change his nationality. African embassies are paid for their help… Joseph Koroma does not understand to this day why he was deported to Nigeria – a country […]

Boom, Bust and Echo / By Chris Campbell / Jan 28, 2016 “Never give up. Never Surrender.” -Jason Nesmith in Galaxy Quest “We don’t give up,” Mr. Draghi said at a news conference in Frankfurt. “We are not surrendering in front of these global factors.”  Gulp. This is, of course, the absolute last thing any individual with two neurons to rub […]