Credit Bubble Bulletin: Full Capitulation

By Doug Noland 04/20/2019 Weekly Commentary: Full Capitulation April 16 – Bloomberg (Rich Miller and Craig Torres): “Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and his colleagues have made an important shift in their strategy for dealing with inflation in a prelude to what could be a more radical change next year. The central bank has backed off the [...] Read more

Central Banks Soften Us Up For Higher Inflation

BY JOHN RUBINO 04/16/2019 There was a time when “price stability” – that is, money that buys the same amount of stuff every year – was considered a good thing. But as debts began to pile up around the world, it became clear to policymakers that managing that debt required money that got a little less valuable over time, say 2%, to allow debtors to [...] Read more

Fed is weaker than market

Fed is weaker than market

By KDG Gold & Silver Coin Partners 04/16/2019 Demonstration against gold, costing the Fed more and more and bring less results. With each new attack on gold, manipulators are forced to use futures contracts for gold, for more and more significant amounts. But the question is not how many zeros will be drawn on a piece of paper that has nothing [...] Read more

How central bank gold buying is undermining the dollar

As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information By Richard (Rick) Mills Ahead of the Herd has been digging into why central banks are buying a lot of gold recently . What we’ve found is eyebrow-raising, to say the least. It may be the best reason you’ve ever read for wanting to buy gold. Take this [...] Read more

Things That Seem Normal But Definitely Aren’t, Part 1: Soaring Chinese Debt

BY JOHN RUBINO 04/14/2019 The era of fiat currencies and central bank printing presses has desensitized us to massive leverage and its implications. So when it is reported, for instance, that China‘s private sector borrowing has risen to levels that are unprecedented in financial history, this is greeted with a collective yawn. It shouldn’t be, [...] Read more

Notre Dame is burning in Paris - one of the main symbols of France

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Gold-bull breakout potential

Gold-bull breakout potential

Golden Bull Mountain Ridge Park. Photo by Anna Frodesiak, Wikimedia Commons. By Adam Hamilton, Zeal Intelligence 04/14/2019 Gold has faded from interest in the past couple months, overshadowed by the monster stock-market rally. But gold has been consolidating high, quietly basing before its next challenge to major $1350 bull-market resistance. A [...] Read more

We Wanted The Best, But It Turned Out Like Always (C)

We Wanted The Best, But It Turned Out Like Always (C)

We Have Seen This Happen Before The Last 3 Recessions – And Now It Is The Worst It Has Ever Been By Michael Snyder 04/14/2019 Since the last financial crisis, we have witnessed the greatest corporate debt binge in U.S. history. Corporate debt has more than doubled since then, and it is now sitting at a grand total of more than 9 trillion dollars. [...] Read more

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By John P. Hussman, Ph.D. President, Hussman Investment Trust 04/2019 There are three principal phases of a bull market: the first is represented by reviving confidence in the future of business; the second is the response of stock prices to the known improvement in corporate earnings, and the third is the period when speculation is rampant – a [...] Read more

Brazil President says Amazon rainforest reserve should be opened to mining

Brazil President says Amazon rainforest reserve should be opened to mining

Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest, near Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas. (Image courtesy of Neil Palmer | Amazon4.) Reporting by Pedro Fonseca Writing by Jake Spring Editing by Bill Berkrot, Reuters 04/14/2019 Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Friday the country could open a vast reserve in the Amazon rainforest [...] Read more

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