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The End Of Stimulus? (And The Start Of The Crash?)

This report was originally published by Chris Martenson at PeakProsperity.com Back in January of 2016 we saw what appeared to be, and in my opinion should have been, the end of the Everything Bubble blown by the word’s central banking cartel. The carnage started in the emerging markets. Highly-leveraged positions and carry trades began to unwind. That’s […]

Chopping Wood in Thin Markets

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / December 28, 2017 The US dollar softened across the board in thin holiday markets.  News developments were light and the dollar’s decline did not seem to be sparked by anything particular.  Commodity prices moved higher, though oil consolidated its recent gains. News that China had ordered the closure of its […]

The Virtual Economy Is The End Of Freedom

This article was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com There is one simple rule to follow when understanding the tragic history of economies: Never put blind faith in a system built on an establishment-created foundation. You would think this would not be a difficult concept to grasp being that we have so many examples […]

Bitcoin Blasts Through $8,000… and In Zimbabwe Tops $13,500 As Mugabe Regime Crumbles Again

dollarvigilante.com / by Jeff Berwick / November 20, 2017 Bitcoin has just blasted to another new all-time high of $8,055! *** But, that is the US dollar price. Bitcoin often trades at higher prices in relation to other currencies, but none so much lately as the Zimbabwean “New Zim dollar.” Here’s a little tip. If you have […]

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 […]

Venezuela Has Officially Abandoned The Petrodollar – Does This Make War With Venezuela More Likely?

Venezuela is the 11th largest oil producing country in the entire world, and it has just announced that it is going to stop using the petrodollar.  Most Americans don’t even know what the petrodollar is, but for those of you that do understand what I am talking about, this should send a chill up your […]

Gold Back In Favor?

economicnoise.com / Monty Pelerin / August 30, 2017 Those who favor gold usually do so in good and bad times. However, the question: Is gold back in favor? seems especially relevant these days. Gold Back in Favor? For so-called gold bugs, gold is always in favor. For the rest of us, there are reasons to tilt toward […]

Gold’s Sudden, Newfound Relative Strength

news.goldseek.com / By Jordan Roy-Byrne / Sunday, 20 August 2017 Three weeks ago we discussed how Gold needed to perform considering the US$ index was likely to bounce due to an oversold condition and extreme bearish sentiment. We wrote: “Simply put, Gold will have to prove itself in real terms if it is going to hold its ground […]

Dollar Mixed while Equities Recover to Start Eventful Week

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / June 19, 2017 The US dollar is mixed against the major currencies, and while it is firmer against the euro and yen, it is within last week’s ranges.   The success of Macron’s new party in France, and the majority is secured, was well anticipated by investors and is having little […]

Greyerz – Whether People Believe It Or Not, A Massive Global Collapse Is About To Unfold

kingworldnews.com / June 05, 2017 As we move through what promises to be a rowdy month of trading in June, today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE, historic moves in currencies, told King World News that whether people choose to believe it or not, a massive global collapse is about to unfold. […]