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Corporate Media Continues to Pump Out Fake News on Wall Street Crash of 2008 / By Pam Martens and Russ Martens / August 15, 2017 When there is an epic financial crash in the U.S. that collapses century old Wall Street institutions and brings about the greatest economic collapse since the Great Depression, one would think that the root causes would be chiseled in stone by now. But when […]

Wall Street’s Analysts Upgrade Large Cap Tech / Dr. Fly / Jul 17, 2017  What a wonderful, wonderful market. Literally, nothing can stop it. In light of all the positive vibes being shared throughout the country, with its people joyous and happy as clams in a cold bucket of sea water, Wall Street’s brightest took some time out from their busy schedules to upgrade […]

Peak Bull: Fake Economy, and Fake News / by David Stockman / July 15, 2017 This is a syndicated repost courtesy of The Daily Reckoning. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission. The American economy has been mangled by decades of assault on capitalist prosperity. Growth is now dying because the Federal Reserve’s hit on corporate America that has strip-mined its balance sheets to feed […]

40% Of The Fed’s Interest On Excess Reserves Is Paid To Foreign Banks / by Tyler Durden / Jul 13, 2017 12:07 PM Even as both the Fed and Wall Street are gripped by a raging debate over when, how and how much the Fed should shrink its balance sheet, most appear to be ignoring the $2.1 trillion elephant in the room: the fact that every incremental increase in the Fed […]

GOLD & SILVER MARKET: Four Interesting Developments / Steve St. Angelo / JULY 12, 2017 There are four interesting developments taking place in the gold and silver market that precious metals investors should be aware of.  While Americans continue to place all the BETS in the CASINO called Wall Street, via stocks, bonds and real estate, the EAST has been acquiring record amounts […]

“You Think This Market’s Crazy?” / by Andy Kessler, op-ed via The Wall Street Journal / Jul 3, 2017 3:55 PM You think this market’s crazy? One day in early 1987, with Wall Street humming, a meeting after trading closed involved several cases of champagne. The Dow Jones Industrial Average had breached 2000 that day, a cause for celebration. A week and a half […]

The Crash Of 1929: “Somewhere, Deep Down, They Knew The Party Was Over”

Via Jesse's Cafe Americain blog, History may not repeat… but it sure ryhmes… "…people believed that everything was going to be great always, always. There was a feeling of optimism in the air that you cannot even describe today." "There was great hope. America came out of World War I with the economy intact. We […]

Wall Street Strategists Forecast Most-Bearish Second Half Since 1999

Despite a hiccup in the last week or so, global stocks survived as the best-performing asset class of the year (with the MSCI All-Country World Index wrapping up its best first half in 19 years)… But, as Bloomberg reports, Wall Street strategists are fighting historic odds when urging investors not to chase the rally in the U.S. […]

Mastering the Most Rewarding (and Misunderstood) Game on Wall Street / By Jeff Clark, editor, Delta Report / June 29, 2017 Justin’s note: Today we’re sharing a piece from our good friend and colleague Jeff Clark…one that will help you become a more successful trader. Jeff is one of the best traders I know. He’s made a fortune in the options market for over 30 years. If you’ve […]

The Ultimate Regulatory Reform: Abolish Fractional Reserve Banking! / Antonius Aquinas / June 28, 2017 Convocation of the Clueless The Trump Administration has presented the first part of its plan to overhaul a number of Wall Street financial regulations, many of which were enacted in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.  The report is in response to Executive Order 13772 in which the […]