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By: John Rubino - 22 January, 2019|
The business cycle has its stages, and they’re usually both predictable and logical. For example, governments tend to generate a lot of tax revenue late in an expansion as more people get jobs and start paying income taxes and rising stock prices generate big capital gains. Meanwhile, less has to be spent on social safety net programs because everyone is working. Combine higher tax revenues and lower spending and you get shrinking deficits. Full Story
By: Steve St. Angelo - 22 January, 2019|
The silver price trended lower last week after hitting a high of nearly $16 the prior week. So, what’s in store for silver and the broader markets this week? If we look at the moving averages and what is taking place in the broader markets, we may find some clues. It seems as if the silver price over the past two weeks has been moving in the opposite direction of the Dow Jones Index and the broader markets. Full Story
By: radio.GoldSeek.com - 21 January, 2019|
Michael Pento, President and Founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies LLC returns to Goldseek.com Radio with a cutting-edge dialogue on Bitcoin.
Fiat money is quickly becoming a true "barbarous relic" thanks to the unsound policies of global central bankers.
Ryan Walsh, the Canadian "Nikola Tesla" makes his show debut, presenting his research with potentially world-changing implications.
Mr. Walsh appears to have uncovered a most important scientific discovery. Full Story
By: Clive Maund - 21 January, 2019|
Having watched Van Helsing I thought "There must be a way to work this stuff into chart analysis" and there is, for tomorrow night there is a "Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse" which might synchronize with a reversal in the markets. Before you burst out laughing, I point out that it is an established fact that reversals in the Precious Metals often synchronize with full and new moons, and whether this is a matter of astrology or simple gravitational pull or a combination of these factors is an open question. Full Story
By: David Chapman - 21 January, 2019|
Don’t we just love a bear market rally. Or is it? Since the markets made a low on December 24, 2018, the SPX 500 has rallied some 13.6%, the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) is up 13.4%, and the TSX Composite has jumped 11.1%. The broad-based NYSE is up 12.8%. Pretty impressive. But to put it in perspective, the SPX 500 is still down 8.8% from its high close, the DJI is off 7.9%, the TSX Composite is down 7.6%, and the NYSE down 8.2%. Is the glass half-full or half-empty? Is the bear market over and the bull resuming, or is this, as we have claimed, merely a bear market rally? Full Story
By: Gary Tanashian - 21 January, 2019|
This one is special for me. I started my work life many moons ago as a participant with the Semi sector [circa 1983-1993], painfully learning first hand how violent the cyclical turns can be. Dialing ahead a couple decades, in January of 2013 NFTRH began a narrative that saw the then up-turning Semi Equipment bookings (this data is unfortunately no longer published) lead the sector, general manufacturing and eventually the whole raft of components that make up the economy into a cyclical up-turn. Full Story
By: John Mauldin - 21 January, 2019|
This week’s letter focuses on China’s economy. We’ll look at some numbers showing the challenges China faces, but they don’t explain something important. The way China will meet those challenges is going to be substantially different than we would see in the West. So I want to start with a little context. Full Story
By: Chris Powell - 21 January, 2019|
Barron's this week has a surprisingly favorable report about the prospects for the gold price and gold miners in light of the recent Newmont-Goldcorp and Barrick-Randgold combinations. But the report repeats without question the worst misinformation about the gold price, quoting a fund manager as saying gold is attractive because "it's an alternative currency whose supply can't be increased much." Full Story
By: Jordan Roy-Byrne CMT, MFTA - 21 January, 2019|
There is no need to chase anything now as there will be plenty of time to get into cheap juniors that can triple and quadruple once things really get going. Recall that many juniors began huge moves months after epic sector lows in January 2016, October 2008, May 2005 and November 2000. Don’t chase the wrong stocks right now. Full Story
By: Steve St. Angelo - 21 January, 2019|
The U.S. Shale Oil Industry has been a financial trainwreck since day one. And, with nearly $300 billion in public and private debt racked up by the shale industry since its inception, that hasn’t stopped investors from throwing good money after bad to continue the biggest energy Ponzi scheme in history. Full Story
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