Nov 11 – Another week and another version of the GOP tax plan, this time coming from the Senate. In the first part of today’s Big Picture podcast, Financial Sense Newshour covers the key differences between the House and Senate.
Frank Barbera on Possible Market Top; Robert Rapier: “Fear Cycle” Returning to Oil Market
Nov 11 – After this week’s market wrap-up with FS Insider’s Cris Sheridan, Frank Barbera at Salem Partners says we are seeing a possible short-term top in the stock market. Next, Robert Rapier at R-Squared Energy explains why we are.
Russell Napier on Debt Deflation: Too Much Debt, Not Enough Money
Nov 10 – Russell Napier, author of the Anatomy of the Bear and co-Founder of the Electronic Research Interchange (ERIC), explains the troubling rise of global debt levels, where it is largely concentrated, and how a major devaluation.
Inflation Spike at Current Valuations Could Be Ugly, Says Nevins
Nov 9 – Daniel Nevins, the author of the must-read book Economics for Independent Thinkers and the Founder of Nevins Research, discusses the substitution story surrounding Fed monetary policy and how inflation spikes are a key factor.
Bull Run in Stocks to Continue But Bitcoin Setting Up for Major Drop, Says Avi Gilburt
Nov 8 – Well-known market forecaster Avi Gilburt of Elliottwavetrader.net discusses the mathematical nature of market psychology with FS Insider and also offers an update on his outlook for the US stock market, gold, the energy.
Curb Your Enthusiasm! Why It s Time to Reset Expectations
By Chris Puplava – We currently face a situation in which both the near-term outlook (1-3 years using ISM and Consumer Confidence data) and the long-term outlook (based on valuations) look dismal for the stock market. This clearly argues.
By Tom McClellan – The InterContinental Exchange (ICE) has just rolled out a new futures contract called the NYSE FANG+™, based on the original four FANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google) plus 6 others.
By Michael Shedlock – Through the third quarter, 6,752 locations were scheduled to shutter in the US according to the International Council of Shopping Centers. That’s more than double the 2016 total and is close to surpassing.
By ValueWalk – According to data from the Federal Reserve, US consumer credit grew by 5.5% annualized during Q3 the fastest quarterly pace this year. Credit now tops $1 trillion after a multi-year splurge by consumers.
By Urban Carmel – The macro data from the past month continues to mostly point to positive growth. On balance, the evidence suggests the imminent onset of a recession is unlikely. The bond market agrees with the macro data.
By Guild Danaher – 2017 has been a year for the big, dominant U.S. technology companies: the advertising duopoly of Alphabet [NASDAQ: GOOG] and Facebook [NASDAQ: FB]; the e-commerce juggernaut of Amazon.
By FS Staff – Well-known mining geologist Keith Barron, Chairman and CEO of Aurania Resources, tells Financial Sense Newshour that with the average goldmine worldwide extracting gold below 1 gram per ton, peak gold is probably here and that, unlike oil, there isn’t.
By Global Risk Insights – Just two weeks ago, the Future Investment Initiative summit in Riyadh took place to international acclaim. Now, investor interest has turned to intense uncertainty, as Crown Prince Mohammed bin.
By Danielle Park – As Canadian household debt hit an all-time high in 2017 (see chart), a new study by TD Bank finds that 97% of Canadian homebuyers say they wish they’d factored in their other financial obligations when.
By OilPrice – Google’s self-driving car project, Waymo, has become the first to launch completely autonomous cars, free of humans behind the wheel, on the road. Waymo’s CEO, John Krafcik said yesterday at a conference in Portugal that the company.
FS Staff – At this year’s Investment Strategy Conference, we explained the increasing risks we see facing the stock market as valuations push into record territory, what this implies for future expected returns in various asset classes, our view on monetary and.