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Charts Of The Week: 10 Reasons To Be Cautious In This Market

Submitted by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Visualizing 10-Reasons For Caution Just recently, David Rosenberg in a recent research note, laid out 10-reasons to be cautious in the market. I thought it would be useful to look at each of these in a visual form to get a better idea of what he is addressing. The […]

Repeal, Replace, Repair, Rename? Here Is The Latest On Obamacare, And Why It’s Bad For Stocks

During his campaign, Trump vowed to America’s middle class that he would get rid of (since then the phrase has been amended to “repeal and replace” for various reasons) Obamacare as soon as he got into office. Well, Trump is out of his 30 day honeymoon, and the confusion and chaos over the future of […]

How Many Euro Crises Will This Make? It’s Getting Hard To Keep Track

Submitted by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, Every few years, it seems, one or another mismanaged eurozone country falls into one or another kind of crisis. This leads to speculation about the end of the common currency, which in turn spooks the global financial markets. Then the ECB conjures another trillion euros out of thin air, […]

Goldman: Investors Will Soon Realize They Were Too Optimistic

Goldman Sachs really wants the market lower. After several increasingly more comprehensive critiques of Trump’s fiscal policies (most recently this past weekend), on Friday, just as the S&P closed at fresh all time highs propelled by a late day ramp, Goldman’s chief equity strategist who has a 2,300 year end target on the index, cautioned […]

Want to Find the Opportunities? Follow the Sentiment

news.goldseek.com / By Frank Holmes / 16 February 2017 On Monday I had the opportunity to attend a conference at Goldman Sachs’ Dallas office. Among the dozens of money managers and investors who attended, a combined $1 trillion in assets was represented. The speakers were numerous, from famed economist Jan Hatzius, Goldman’s head of global economics, to […]

Mary Jo White Seriously Misled The US Senate To Become SEC Chair

Submitted by Pam Martens and Russ Martens via WallStreetOnParade.com, Less than two weeks after Mary Jo White was nominated to become Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission by President Barack Obama on January 24, 2013, White filed an ethics disclosure letter advising that she would “retire” from her position representing Wall Street banks at […]

“Less Than Coincidental”: Russian Spy Vessel Trolls US Coast, Just After Flynn Resigns

This article was written by Claire Bernish and originally published at The Free Thought Project. Editor’s Comment: The entanglement and potential war with Russia looms ever larger. Gen. Mike Flynn resigned after pressure about his slippery comments and failure to disclose properly to his superiors, namely the VP and Pres. But the real reason so […]

Och Ziff In Trouble: AUM Plunges After A Record $4.8 Billion In January Redemptions

One of the world’s largest, public hedge funds, Och Ziff, gave active managers around the globel more reasons for concern this morning, when it reported results today which showed distributable earnings of $7.5 million, or one cent a share, in the quarter compared to a loss of $36.1 million, or 7 cents, a year earlier. […]

Exposing The “Outrageous Malevolence” Of The European Leaders

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, Earlier this week I was talking in Athens to a guy from Holland, who incidentally with a group of friends runs a great project on Lesbos taking care of some 1000 refugees in one of the camps there. But that’s another topic for another day. […]

Trump Concerned There Are Too Many “Goldman Guys” On His Team

Two days after democratic senators Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin sent a letter to Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein, asking if Goldman effectively runs the country through its extensive alumni links at the Trump administration, and requesting details on “lobbying” activities in the bank related to review of the Dodd-Frank Act and the Obama-era fiduciary rule […]