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Investment Analyst: A HUGE Stock Market Crash Is Coming

Investment analyst and stock market guru Mark Mobius has been in the business a long time.  At 81-years-old, the market analyst says that a huge stock market correction is coming and it’s going to cause a crash and be painful for everyone. According to Mobius, the former executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets, all the […]

Peter Schiff: In The Impending Collapse ‘Everything That Can Go Wrong, Will’

The impending economic collapse is hidden from most. People only see a rising stock market, not the negative underlying factors that will cause the whole system to crash. The weakening of the U.S. dollar is just getting started, warned veteran market forecaster Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital. “We have just begun a major, […]

This Is What A Pre-Crash Market Looks Like

This report was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse The only other times in our history when stock prices have been this high relative to earnings, a horrifying stock market crash has always followed. Will things be different for us this time? We shall see, but without a doubt this is what […]

World’s Longest Bull Market (55 Years) In Australian House Prices Is Over, According To UBS

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 2, 2017 This morning, CoreLogic released its monthly report on Australian house prices – the world’s longest running bull market. Finally, measures to tighten credit standards and dissuade overseas buyers (especially Chinese in Sydney and Melbourne) are beginning to bite and price rises ground to a halt last month. From the report… Since moving through […]

A Few Thoughts about Currencies and Equities

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 30, 2017 The S&P 500 closed strongly ahead of the weekend to extend the advancing streak to the seventh week and nine of the past ten.  Some efforts to decompose the return since the bottom in 2009 finds that roughly two-thirds can be explained by earnings growth and about […]

Examining The Most Hated Bull Market Ever

zerohedge.com / by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmehtAdvice.com / Oct 22, 2017 From last week: “The seemingly “impervious” advance since the election last November, has had an interesting “stair step” pattern with each advance commencing from a breakout of a several month 3%-ish consolidation range. Furthermore, each advance then pushes to a 3-standard deviation extreme, black circles, of the 50-dma before […]

How Tax Reform Slays the Bull Market

financialsense.com / PATRICK O’HARE via  Briefing.com / 08/07/2017 Have you ever gone outside your comfort zone? It can be uncomfortable. Recently, I was taken outside my comfort zone as my fear of open heights and the presence of many roller coasters at a local amusement park collided. That experience got me thinking about this week’s column idea, which is going […]

Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan Ominously Warns That The Biggest Bond Bubble In History Is About To Burst

Are we right on the verge of one of the greatest financial collapses in American history?  I have been repeatedly warning that our ridiculously over-inflated stock market bubble could burst at any time, but former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan believes that the bond bubble actually presents an even greater danger.  When you look at […]

Peaking Summer Stock Market

financialsense.com / KURT KALLAUS / 06/22/2017 US and global stocks remain in a secular Bull market. Major averages from around the world confirm the strength we see in our country boosted by strong earnings and guidance. Tech stocks have trounced value companies and sentiment is neutral in spite of the lofty stock valuations, allowing room for more euphoria. […]

Rates Continue To Defy “Wall Street Logic”

zerohedge.com / by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com / Jun 8, 2017 12:47 PM The “Bond Bears” just can’t seem to catch a break.  Beginning in mid-2013, there have been numerous calls the 30-year bond bull market was dead. The reasoning was simplistic enough – economic growth was set to return pushing inflation, and ultimately interest rates, higher. Unfortunately, as […]