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Silver For The People 2017-12-26 20:52:31 / Mike Mish Shedlock / Dec 26, 2017 The Fed is worried about low inflation. They should look at home prices, equities, junk bonds, and leveraged loans. 2017 was a Banner Year for Debt. Spreads continue to collapse and the ease at which leveraged debt is refinanced at lower yields is nothing short of amazing. READ MORE The […]

Ready To Delete The Fed And Congress Yet? / by Karl Denninger / 2017-12-23  Once in a while you read something that has a nugget of truth in it — on accident. That is, the writer didn’t intend to enlighten, and for 99% of the people in the country, it won’t — because America is, for the most part, an innumerate nation. It is for this […]

“In The End, There Was Absurdity” – The Great Crash Of 2018? / by Tyler Durden / Dec 20, 2017 12:55 PM Crises always take longer to arrive than you think, and then happen much quicker than they ought to. – Rudiger Dornbusch An eerie calm has taken over the world markets. Volatility is crashing, and economic and political shocks come and go without any noticeable effect on the asset […]

Yellen’s December 2017 Press Conference and Gold / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / DECEMBER 19, 2017 The latest FOMC meeting was accompanied by Janet Yellen’s press conference. Let’s analyze the implications of her remarks for the gold market. Solid Growth, Strong Labor Market, and Subdued Inflation In her opening remarks, Yellen noted that economic activity has been solid recently, the labor market has been strong, but inflation […]

Cheering for Bitcoin / By Keith Weiner / 18 December 2017 We have published many articles, arguing that bitcoin is unsound. Yet for all those arguments, there is a bright side to bitcoin. It is exciting to see that there is an audience of millions of people—mainstream people, not wild-eyed End-The-Fed gold bug preppers who keep their gold hoards with […]

The Flattening US “Yield Curve”? NIRP Refugees Did it / by Wolf Richter / Dec 14, 2017  Sez Fitch & Yellen US Treasury securities are doing something that is worrying a lot of folks, including Fed Chair Janet Yellen: While short-term yields are rising in line with the Fed’s hikes of its target range for the federal funds rate, longer-term yield have done the opposite: they’ve been […]

Dollar Crisis / By Gary Savage / 14 December 2017 This video explores the strong possibility that the US Dollar is in a crisis that is seemingly unrecognized by the Fed. The implications for future price movement in the stock and gold markets is also discussed. SOURCE The post Dollar Crisis appeared first on Silver For The People.

Long Island Woman Indicted For Funding ISIS With Bitcoin

With intriguingly coincidental timing, as cryptocurrencies reach mainstream and grab the world's attention, the US Justice Department has unsealed a grand-jury indictment that shows a Long Island woman has been indicted on charges that she tried to funnel money to ISIS using Bitcoin. The Eastern District of New York press release details the crimes… Long […]

December 2017 FOMC Meeting and Gold / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ , PHD / DECEMBER 14, 2017 Yesterday, the Fed released its most recent monetary policy statement. How can it affect the financial markets? In line with expectations, the Fed raised the federal funds rate target by 25 base points to the 1.25-1.50 percent range. This way, the U.S. central bank delivered the third hike […]

How the Fed “Hides” Inflation to Mask Declining Living Standards / Graham Summers / December 13, 2017 The Fed concludes its final FOMC meeting of the year today. The entire financial world expects the Fed to raise rates a final time. This will mark the fifth rate hike since December 2015, and the fourth of the last 12 months. Throughout this time period, the Fed has […]