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When the outlook appears cloudy, a weight-of-the-evidence approach is usually best. In that light, the first place to examine is the credit markets, which often give an early warning of coming trouble. So, let's take a look...

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Gary Shilling, well-known financial analyst, market strategist, and author of the must-read book, "The Age of Deleveraging," tells Financial Sense Newshour that the US is and will continue to be stuck in a low growth environment of around 2%. Also, given global trends...

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As we all know, the baby boomer generation is heading into retirement and expected to add further strain to a costly healthcare industry and underfunded public pension system. But, just as the sun sets on one generation, it rises on another. This time it rises on...

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It appears the US economy is finally making a turn after a disappointing and negative first quarter. Recent data has been surprising to the upside and suggests along with leading economic indicators that the US economy will continue to expand and the risk...

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Noted market technician Tom McClellan believes stocks will put in a major peak this August. Here are his comments and charts for why he's making this prediction, which are to air this Saturday on the show.

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Many investors think US stocks are already in a bubble and likely to crash, but, according to Martin Armstrong, they are likely in for a big surprise over the next year or two. Referring to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Armstrong told FS Insiders this Thursday...

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The Managing Director of Technical Strategy at Janney Capital Markets explains two types of corrections and how institutional investors are perceiving the current market environment. With yields expected to head higher, Dan believes banks and financials...

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Russell Napier, a global macro strategist and the Co-Founder of ERIC, tells Financial Sense Newshour that Turkey is a likely candidate for triggering capital outflows from emerging markets and, with global debt burdens at these levels, zero percent interest rates...

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The following chart, “The Economic Roller Coaster,” was recently posted by @NickatFP and provides a helpful illustration of where major economies are believed to be located in their economic cycle. It shows the Eurozone, Japan...

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It has been a slow grind this year as the markets grapple with the ongoing Greek debt saga as well as anticipating the Fed’s first rate hike in nearly a decade. Measures of wage inflation are picking up as the U.S. employment picture continues to...

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