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By: radio.GoldSeek.com - 26 June, 2017|
Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors rejoins the show with a fresh perspective on the financial markets / cryptocurrencies.
His proprietary indicators suggest US shares are reaching bubble territory as speculative euphoria is approaching year 2000 dot.bomb levels.
Head of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente returns with grave concerns for the US middle class and the wealth gap.
Tens of millions live below the poverty line, 102 able bodied citizens are out of work while a tiny fraction own half the world's wealth. Full Story
By: Larry LaBorde - 26 June, 2017|
Everyone knows that our “official” US debt is around $20T on our “cash basis” of accounting. When taking all our promised future payments into account and running them back to their present worth then the real US debt is around $80 to $120 T. Considering the total US GDP for an entire year is only $18.5T these numbers are pretty unpayable – EVER. Of course this means only one thing which is default. Full Story
By: David Chapman - 26 June, 2017|
There wasn’t much in the way to drive markets from economic news. Some Fed officials spoke with two governors Harker and Evans suggesting that the Fed should wait for more proof of the rebound before hiking rates again. Many continue to expect the Fed to hike at least one more time this year in either September or December. The Fed continues to believe a tight labour market will drive inflation higher even as there is little proof that is happening. Full Story
By: John Mauldin - 26 June, 2017|
Longtime readers know I am not the Federal Reserve’s #1 fan. I can’t recall ever resting easy, confident that the Fed was ably looking out for our economy and banking system. However, I have experienced varying degrees of skepticism and distrust. I must also acknowledge that we are all still here despite the Fed’s many mistakes. Full Story
By: Plunger - 26 June, 2017|
I would like to put out a short update on the oil market and my view of the QQQs being a proxy for the Hi-Tech end of the market. With the hard sell off in the oil market of this week this would seem a logical place to give it a rest and for a short seller to step over to the sidelines for a while. Anytime the market has gotten itself to this level of being oversold we have seen a rip to the upside. Full Story
By: Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report - 26 June, 2017|
Over the past eight years, earthquake activity in Oklahoma has increase substantially. Before 2009, Oklahoma experienced one or two low magnitude earthquakes per year. However, after 2014, Oklahoma has been suffering from one to two low magnitude earthquakes per day. While many people believe the huge increase in earthquake activity in Oklahoma is due to oil and gas fracking….. it isn’t. Full Story
By: Ira Epstein - 23 June, 2017|
Gold ends the week on a solid note, making new weekly highs today. Full Story
By: Adam Hamilton, Zeal Intelligence - 23 June, 2017|
Gold has spent most of June grinding lower on balance, damaging sentiment and vexing traders. Usual selling leading into the Fed’s latest rate hike contributed, but the summer doldrums are also in play. Gold has typically suffered a seasonal lull this time of year, on waning investment demand as vacations divert attention from markets. But these summer doldrums offer the best seasonal buying opportunities of the year. Full Story
By: Mike Gleason - 23 June, 2017|
It is my great privilege to be joined now by James Rickards. Mr. Rickards is editor of Strategic Intelligence, a monthly newsletter, and Director of the James Rickards Project, an inquiry into the complex dynamics of geopolitics and global capital. He's also the author of several bestselling books including The Death of Money, Currency Wars, The New Case for Gold, and now his latest book The Road to Ruin. Full Story
By: Sol Palha - 23 June, 2017|
If the economic recovery were real, then the Baltic Dry index would not be trading over 90% below its highs, and copper would not be trading at a price that is slightly above its multi-year lows. Additionally, the real unemployment would be low and not north of 20%. The manufactured data the BLS issues purposely omits a large section of the population and paints a false picture of opulence. Individuals usually stop looking for a job because they have been rejected so many times that they have come to believe they are worthless. There are stories of people submitting 100’s upon 100’s of resumes and not receiving even one response. Full Story
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