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CalPERS Goes All-In On Pension Accounting Scam; Boosts Stock Allocation To 50%

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Dec 19, 2017 11:36 AM Starting July 1, 2018 stock markets around the world are going to get yet another artificial boost courtesy of a decision by the $350 billion California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) to allocate another $15 billion in capital to already bubbly equities.  Of course, if this decision doesn’t […]

Asian Metals Market Update: December-15-2017

news.goldseek.com / By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants / 15 December 2017 The European central bank meeting was a dud. I do not believe in their inflation targets. The trend for the US dollar is still bearish. Gold and silver can see small periods of big one way rises followed by long periods of consolidation. Copper is bullish. […]

The Yield Curve Has Not Been This Flat In 10 Years, And Many Believe This Is A Sign That A Recession Is Imminent

This article was originally published by Michael Snyder at The Economic Collapse Whenever we see an inverted yield curve, a recession almost always follows, and that is why many analysts are deeply concerned that the yield curve is currently the flattest that it has been in about a decade. In other words, according to one […]

Gold investors hold their nerve while stock markets fly

gata.org / By Jan Harvey VIA Reuters / November 10, 2017 LONDON — Gold’s resilience in the face of soaring equities and a dramatic fall in demand this year points to underlying confidence in the metal among investors unconvinced by this autumn’s scorching stock market rally. Bullion’s price has barely budged as stocks soared to record […]

Watching the Semi’s

news.goldseek.com / By Gary Savage / Sunday, 15 October 2017 There is zero chance of a significant pull back in the stock markets until the semi conductor index ($SOX) reaches its all-time 2000 high of 1350. The index closed this week some 11% lower than 1350 at around 1220. I expect we will now see a runaway […]

Global Stock Markets Weaker; Euro Currency Hits 2.5-Year High

wallstreetexaminer.com /y Jim Wyckoff via Money Morning /  August 28, 2017 (Kitco News) – World stock markets were mostly lower to start the trading week. Traders and investors were disappointed that last week’s Jackson Hole, Wyoming central bankers meeting did not offer any new guidance on the monetary policies of the world’s major central banks. U.K. markets are closed Monday for […]

World Markets Quiet, Awaiting Jackson Hole Central Bankers Symposium

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Jim Wyckoff / August 24, 2017 This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Money Morning. To view original,click here. Reposted with permission. (Kitco News) – World stock markets were mostly firmer in quieter trading Thursday. U.S. stock indexes are also pointed toward modestly higher openings when the New York day session begins. Gold prices are weaker, amid bearish […]

SILVER INVESTMENT: Outperformed Gold In This Major Sector

srsroccoreport.com / Steve St. Angelo / JULY 30, 2017 Precious metals investors may not be aware, but silver investment has seriously outperformed gold in this major market sector.  Even though precious metals sentiment and sales are currently lower than they were over the past several years, this is only temporary pause before the market surges as the […]

World Stock Markets Mixed, Quiet; FOMC Meeting In Spotlight

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Jim Wyckoff via Money Morning / July 25, 2017 Global equity markets were steady to narrowly mixed in quieter overnight dealings. U.S. stock indexes are pointed toward firmer openings when the New York day session begins. The U.S. indexes are at or near record highs with no early chart clues to suggest they are topping out. Gold […]

Goldman Is Troubled By The Fed’s Growing Warnings About High Asset Prices

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 16, 2017  With both the S&P, and global stock markets, closing last week at new all time highs, it is safe to say that any and all warnings about “froth“, and perhaps a bubble in the market, as Deutsche Bank characterized it last week have been ignored. And yet, as Goldman’s economist team […]