Reva Goujon's picture

I'm standing in line waiting to place a coffee order. A group of young customers are ahead of me, necks crooked 45 degrees, eyes glued to their phones, index fingers flying through Twitter feeds filled with post-inauguration memes.

Jeffrey D Saut's picture

We have often written that when everyone is asking the same question, it is usually the wrong question. However, I have also found the converse to be quite true – if no one is asking a question, it is probably one that you want to...

Matthew Kerkhoff's picture

When the cost of money changes, everything changes. Interest rates affect every aspect of the financial universe. At the global level, they impact currency and trade flows between nations. At the national level, they affect the discounted...

Gary Dorsch's picture

The number of followers on US President Donald Trump’s Twitter page is increasing at an exponential rate, reaching 20.3-million this week, and up from around 19.9-million just a few weeks ago. Mr Trump’s frequent use of...

Clif Droke's picture

After touching the benchmark 20,000 level last month, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has spent the last five weeks in a tight, narrow trading range just under this level. Famed trader Jesse Livermore theorized in his...

James J Puplava CFP's picture

On January 20th Donald J. Trump will assume the office of the presidency to become the 45th president of the United States. Unlike his predecessors, his presidency will begin under circumstances far different than those before him. He will inherit an aging business cycle...

Odysseas Papadimitriou's picture

As we prepare to close the book on another $100+ billion holiday shopping season and our seventh consecutive year of economic growth, it’s worth taking stock of where the U.S. consumer currently stands as well as what 2017 likely...

Adrian Ash's picture

Gold prices hit new 8-week highs at $1218 per ounce on Tuesday as world stock markets fell for the second day but the British Pound surged as UK prime minister Theresa May said Britain "cannot possibly" stay within the European...

Marc Chandler's picture

The US dollar is broadly lower against major and emerging market currencies. It has given up yesterday's gains and more. The proximate cause appears to be comments by President-elect Trump in a Wall Street Journal interview. There are two parts of Trump's comments...

Kurt Kallaus's picture

Until 1981 interest rates had risen for 4 decades and since then yields are in their 4th decade of decline and ironically rates are back near 2% where they began in the 1940’s. Rising interest rates pump fear through the veins of stock...

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