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Steinhoff Disintegrates As Biggest Shareholder Caught In Margin Call “Death Spiral” / by Tyler Durden / Dec 21, 2017 The stock of scandal-plagued retailer Steinhoff plunged for the third consecutive day, bringing its total drop in the past 3 days to over 50%, as its biggest shareholder and former Chairman, Christo Wiese, was caught in a vicious margin call, and increased the amount he has raised from […]

Earnings Don’t Matter After All! / Via The Knowledge Leaders Capital blog / Dec 7, 2017 10:29 AM Our long-time readers are familiar with the work of Professor Baruch Lev of the NYU Stern School of Business, whose research forms the basis for the Knowledge Leaders investment strategy. In his decades-long study of financial records, Lev first discovered a link between a […]

Is Tesla On The Verge of Bankruptcy? / by Karl Denninger / 2017-11-19  If you want one of their alleged “Super-Roadsters” you need to ante up $5,000 now plus $245,000 more within 10 days by wire transfer. Note that the car will not be “ready” and “deliverable” for three years according to Master Touter Musk. What happens if “three years” turns into “never”? You flushed $250,000 […]

Americans’ Real Wage Growth Contracts For 3rd Straight Month – First Time Since 2012 / by Tyler Durden / Nov 15, 2017 9:04 AM For the first time since 2012, real average hourly earnings has declined for 3 straight months… READ MORE The post Americans’ Real Wage Growth Contracts For 3rd Straight Month – First Time Since 2012 appeared first on Silver For The People.

This Is What A Pre-Crash Market Looks Like

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 a pre-crash market looks like.  This current bubble has been based on […]

A Few Thoughts about Currencies and Equities / 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 […]

Great Expectations – Stock Market Breaks 2017 Pattern in Strong Pre-Earnings Rally / KURT KALLAUS / 10/19/2017 A persistent theme for 2017 has been stocks surging to record highs during each quarterly earnings cycle. The first three quarters of 2017 earnings have seen a series of 6-week explosions to the upside: February, April-May, and July. In fact, removing these three 6-week surges would leave the stock market completely flat for […]

Dollar Pullback Extended / by Marc Chandler / October 10, 2017 The US dollar’s advance faltered before the weekend after rise average hourly earnings and a new cyclical low in unemployment and underemployment initially fueled greenback buying.  There is no doubt the data was skewed by the storms, though the upward revision to the August hourly early cannot […]

Stock Market Crash 2018; will it prove to be another buying opportunity / By Sol Palha / 6 October 2017  I guess the definition of a lunatic is a man surrounded by them. Ezra Pound Since Trump was elected we noticed something interesting; economic news seems to have less of an impact than Geopolitical developments. Polarisation has had the effect it was intended to trigger; the masses and […]

Fedex Tumbles After Missing Revenue, EPS, Guiding Lower; Blames Hackers, Harvey / by Tyler Durden / Sep 19, 2017 4:57 PM The earnings season is starting off on the back foot for global trade as moments ago, the company considered the world’s logistics bellwether, Fedex, reported revenue and earnings that both missed badly. For the first quarter ended August 31, FedEx reported adjusted earnings per share of $2.51, […]