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Fracking’s Secret Problem—Oil Wells Aren’t Producing as Much as Forecast Data analysis reveals thousands of locations are yielding less than their owners projected to investors; ‘illusory picture’ of prospects By Bradley Olson, Rebecca Elliott and Christopher M. Matthews 01/02/2019 Thousands of shale wells drilled in the last five years are [...] Read more

Return to the Crime Scene

BY SVEN HENRICH 01/13/2019 Markets have returned to the scene of the crime and participants act like nothing’s happened. After an 11 day rally propelling $ES futures nearly 11% off of the December lows happy days are here again. The lows are in, any retest will be bought, the Fed’s turned dovish, slashed earnings projections are the basis for [...] Read more

Opioid overdoses now deadlier than car crashes

Opioid overdoses now deadlier than car crashes

By Hal Turner 01/14/2019 Americans are now more likely to die from an opioid overdose than from a vehicle crash for the first time in history, according to a new report. The National Safety Council released new data this week that found Opioid overdoses are now the fifth most likely cause of death, with the odds of dying from an overdose at 1 in [...] Read more

Gold profitiert von Turbulenzen an den Märkten, Preisrally hält an

Gold profitiert von Turbulenzen an den Märkten, Preisrally hält an

Anzeige in London Goldwerbung eines Brokers: Das Edelmetall ist wieder attraktiv für vorsichtige Anleger. (Foto: Reuters) By Ingo Narat 01/10/2019 Der volatile Anlagemarkt weckt das Bedürfnis nach Sicherheit. Gold feiert ein Comeback als Rettungsanker – das liegt vor allem an zwei Faktoren. FrankfurtViacheslav Ryzhkov macht Schlagzeilen in seiner [...] Read more

Gold miners expected to remain cautious in 2019: report

Gold miners expected to remain cautious in 2019: report

Photo by Marc Llopart, Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0. By Valentina Ruiz Leotaud 01/13/2019 Gold miners are expected to remain committed to cutting costs and capping expenditures in 2019, a new report by Fitch Solutions reveals. According to the document, despite the fact that prices are predicted to average $1,300/oz and that most major miners' cash costs [...] Read more

The Bitcoin "Whale" Is Back, Sparking Dread

The Bitcoin "Whale" Is Back, Sparking Dread

By Tyler Durden 01/13/2019 This is either very good news - or very bad news - for bitcoin. After the pioneering crypto currency (and other popular digital tokens) crashed this past week (dashing hopes of a near-term recovery after bitcoin retook $4k),Bloomberg reported a portentious development in crypto that could mean the market is in for a wave [...] Read more

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Market Commentary: Issues 2019

By Doug Noland, Credit Bubble Bulletin 01/12/2019 When I began posting the CBB some twenty years ago, I made a commitment to readers: “I’ll call it as I see it - and let the chips fall where they will.” Over the years, I made a further commitment to myself: Don’t be concerned with reputation – stay diligently focused on analytical integrity. I [...] Read more

A Glimpse At 2019​​

By FASANARA CAPITAL 01/11/2019 Markets In Critical Transformation, Chaotic Behaviour Has Just Began. Our inability as market participants to properly frame market fragility and the inherent vulnerability of the financial system makes a market crash more likely, as it helps Systemic Risk go unattended and build further up. For the first time in a [...] Read more

Europe Likely in Recession Now: Germany, France, Italy Production Collapsed

Europe Likely in Recession Now: Germany, France, Italy Production Collapsed

by Mish 01/11/2019 German, French, and Italian industrial production collapsed in November. Italy GDP is negative for 3rd Quarter. Italy GDP Italy's GDP was negative for the third quarter. Gross domestic product (GDP) in the euro zone’s third largest economy fell by 0.1 percent in July-September due to weaker domestic demand, statistics bureau [...] Read more

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