Category: Stock Market

Buy Gold, Sell the S&P

Buy Gold, Sell the S&P

by Gary Christenson, Deviant Investor Buy low, sell high!  As of today, September 3, 2015, the better choices are buying gold and selling the S&P 500 Index and relevant stocks. Why? Examine the graph of the ratio of Gold to...

Equity markets and credit contraction

by Alasdair Macleod, GoldMoney There is one class of money that is constantly being created and destroyed, and that is bank credit. Bank credit is created when a bank lends money to a customer; it becomes money because the customer...

Why Bubble Finance Will Fail

Why Bubble Finance Will Fail

by David Stockman, Daily Reckoning Dead wages and soaring financial assets has been going on for several decades now. Let the stock market’s rips serve as a portal into the ugly interior history of how central bank bubble finance has...

Can China beat the Great Bear Market? | McAlvany Weekly Commentary

Can China beat the Great Bear Market? | McAlvany Weekly Commentary

from McAlvany Financials China’s central bank ineffective at halting it’s stock market drop Dow has biggest 2 day loss since 2008 Trump and Sanders’ popularity sign of dissatisfaction with elites

THE EASTERN “POINT OF NO RETURN”

by Andy Hoffman, Miles Franklin The most important thing I learned in my three years on the Wall Street buy-side, and seven on the sell-side, was the importance of establishing the “key themes” of my overarching “investment mosaic” – and...

The Endless Emergency—–Why It’s Always ZIRP Time In The Casino

The Endless Emergency—–Why It’s Always ZIRP Time In The Casino

by David Stockman, Contra Corner Based on the headline from the latest Jobs Friday report you wouldn’t know that we are still mired in an economic emergency—–one apparently so extreme that it might entail moving to the 81st straight month of zero interest rates at...

Get Ready For A Lousy September——Market Set For Tumble

Get Ready For A Lousy September——Market Set For Tumble

from David Stockman’s Contra Corner Investor sentiment has suffered with the recent correction and is not likely to improve in the short term, setting stocks up for a volatile September as international concerns overshadow domestic ones. Stocks took a big...

A Question of Money — Interest & Bankers

A Question of Money — Interest & Bankers

ANSWER: The problem lies in so many areas, and though we can focus on one issue, the answer is a complexity of variables. The history of interest rates is provided on this site. Interest rates in a developed economy reflect the “option”...

US stocks lined up for 40-50% crash like 1929,1974,1987, 2001, 2007-9

US stocks lined up for 40-50% crash like 1929,1974,1987, 2001, 2007-9

TDC Note – Further confirmation from a third source showing a 50% drop in the stock market.[click here and here] Is it going to happen tomorrow? Probably not. It will probably play out over 6-18 months. It could drop off...

That Was Not a Crash

That Was Not a Crash

by John P. Hussman, HussmanFunds Following the market decline of recent weeks, the most reliable valuation measures we identify now project average annual nominal returns for the S&P 500 of about 0.5% in the next 10 years. On a broad...

4 Reasons Why the Fed Will Try Quantitative Easing – REDUX

4 Reasons Why the Fed Will Try Quantitative Easing – REDUX

by Dr. Jeffrey Lewis, Silver-Coin-Investor While we were led to believe that the Fed would begin tightening upon recovery, new fears of a double dip have sparked the Keynesian clan into moving in the opposite direction. Soon enough, we believe,...