Oil Price's picture

Despite the doom & gloom, something new is happening in the oil industry. You need to prepare for the coming surge. One of the subtlest, most effective moves in sports is the head-fake. It's a thing of beauty when...

FS Staff's picture

Clif Droke talks about the bullish breakout in his New Economy Index; Ned Schmidt cites a ground-breaking research study on peak agriculture; Daniel Alpert explains why we're stuck in "secular stagnation"; and former World Bank specialist Richard Duncan...

Sy Harding's picture

Remain bullish because the bull market remains in place, with most indexes making new highs as recently as last week. Support levels continue to hold on short-term pullbacks, technical indicators remain on buy signals...

Sheraz Mian's picture

The jobs report reconfirms that the U.S. recovery is for real and here to stay. The Fed may or may not be ready to start the long-awaited tightening cycle in June, but this report shows all over again that the economy is...

Sober Look's picture

Following Janet Yellen's Senate Banking Committee testimony, the Fed seems to be quite deliberate in preparing for a rate hike in 2015. It's hard to imagine taking such action in the disinflationary environment we find...

Adrian Ash's picture

Gold and silver prices sank lunchtime Friday in London after new U.S. jobs data beat Wall Street forecasts with the strongest annual run of net hiring since the Tech Stock Bubble peaked in March 2000.

Charles Hugh Smith's picture

When we look back from 2025, it will be painfully obvious that central bank policies exacerbated the systemic crises that brought down the global financialization machine.

Robert Rapier's picture

I will preface this article with my standard disclaimer on the Keystone XL Pipeline project: I have no vested interest in the pipeline either way. My interest is in fostering honest debate and discussion on energy policy...

Sober Look's picture

Brazil's economic uncertainty continues to worsen. While growth projections for all the BRICS have been lowered, for the first time in years Brazil's economy is now expected to contract in 2015.

Matthew Kerkhoff's picture

There are a number of ways that companies can boost earnings per share (EPS) to show earnings growth. The most obvious is by actually growing the business. Increasing top line revenue will translate into...

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