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Bank Stocks Stumble To 1-Month Lows As Yield Curve Slumps Post-Fed

Not sure why but this seemed appropriate after listening to the drivel from Washington (and Fed speakers) all day…   Bonds and Bullion the big winners post-Fed…   There were 3 notable legs lower in stocks today… The catalysts seemed to be 1335ET – *EVANS SEES MORE UPSIDE POSSIBILITY IN UNCERTAINTY FACING FED, THIS IS […]

Why The Fate Of The World Economy Is In The Hands Of China’s Housing Bubble

A couple of research reports released overnight by Deutsche Bank and Bank of America, respectively, come to a sobering conclusion: the fate of the global economy may be in the hands of the Chinese housing bubble. As a reminder, China is a serial bubble inflator courtesy of a closed (capital account) economy, and nearly $30 […]

Stocks Drop, Bonds Pop As Crude & Credit Crash Continues

Overheard in the Oval Office when Yellen unleashes her rate hike into dismal economic growth expectations tomorrow…   Since the last fed rate hike, bonds are lower, banks are best…   Trannies and Small Caps are in the red since the last Fed rate hike…   A down day for stocks…but the dip-buyers were active […]

A CIA Cyber False Flag

Authored by Federico Pieraccini via The Strategic Culture Foundation, New revelations from Wikileaks’ 'Vault 7' leak shed a disturbing light on the safeguarding of privacy. Something already known and largely suspected has now become documented by Wikileaks. It seems evident that the CIA is now a state within a state, an entity out of control that has […]

Risk Parity Plunge Continues: Stocks Down, Bonds Down, VIX Down, Fed Up

There's a lot of risk assets falling apart behind the scenes…   The ongoing plunge in Risk Parity fund deleveraging…   Is now weighing on more asset classes as Stocks, Bonds, and VIX all drop (ahead of The Fed on Wednesday)   And EM stocks, crude, high yield bonds are all tumbling…   The S&P […]

12/3/17: Bitcoin Pop: Nothing too Dramatic by Historical Comparatives

trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Constantin Gurdgiev / Sunday, March 12, 2017 Few days back, I posted a quick note about the erroneous nature of Bitcoin-Gold comparatives. And yesterday, we had one of those events that highlights the same. In summary of the event, SEC rejected an application for a Bitcoin ETF.  And Bitcoin crashed. Inter-day volatility shot up […]

Reasons To Be Bearish On Digital Currencies

Unfortunately I am afraid that the use of Bitcoin or any other digital currency is… READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE ON THE NEW WEBSITE: JIM ROGERS TALKS MARKETS 

Bitcoin Soars Above $1300 For First Time Ahead Of SEC Decision

With the SEC decision to approve a Bitcoin ETF looming, the payrolls data-inspired weakness in the USD appears to have sparked a sudden panic bid in Bitcoin, spiking the virtual currency to $1305 – new record highs. Hard to say if someone ‘knows’ something about the SEC decision or this is a kneejerk to the […]

How Technology, And Incompetence, Destroyed The World

milesfranklin.com / by Andrew Hoffman / Mar 8, 2017  In this weekend’s “same as it ever was – Bitcoin, gold, and a rapidly changing world,” I expressed my staunch disagreement with Peter Schiff’s views about Bitcoin – whilst simultaneously, commending him for being the best political and economic analyst in the blogosphere; which yesterday, was demonstrated in […]

China Imports Spike As Lunar New Year Skew Creates Biggest Trade Deficit In 3 Years

When the headline prints hit tonight on China's trade data, offshore Yuan dipped and ripped…   As China faced its first trade deficit in 3 years (-$60bn vs +172.5bn exp)… Obviously there is some major seaonality… With imports exploding 44.7% YoY (and exports missing expectations dramatically +4.2% vs +14.6% exp). But it appears the economists […]