Infowars posted an interesting clip of a Kyle Bass interview regarding the fate of the US dollar. Let's take a look at the video.
In Robert Conquest’s Reflections on a Ravaged Century, we find a chapter on “The Culture of Sanity.” He begins this chapter with the following observation: “The only reason we are able to examine our own and other history in an open way is that the culture which makes such thinking possible has, so far, survived and prevailed.”
But this too will end
Once again the stock market's favorable season is producing an impressive rally. There are certainly reasons for the optimism and rally to continue until April or May. Evidence is that investors who were pulling money out of the market in 2010, 2011, and most of 2012 are beginning to pile back in, and investor sentiment is becoming very bullish.
About a year ago, St. Louis Fed President James Bullard wondered whether too much faith was being placed in what models say economic growth should be
The Daily Ticker's Lauren Lyster interviews "Currency Wars" author Jim Rickards on Germany's decision to repatriate their gold.
I have long been a cheerleader for equal weighted indexes versus cap-weighted ones, and now seems like a good time to demonstrate why. In a cap-weighted index stocks influence the price of the index based upon their market capitalization (price time number of shares).
But Still Ready to Take More Air!
The Fiscal Cliff theater was great 'off Broadway' drama, but the real show for traders took center stage Sunday December 16th in Japan. The curtain went up for the newly elected Prime Minister of Japan as the star actor in the unfolding global fiat currency drama.
Monetary policy has failed to engineer a strong recovery. Worse for the past four years, the White House and Congress have been locked in a political fight proving them incapable at handling economic problems. Round one, Obamacare, States are opting out.