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The macro data from the past month continues to mostly point to positive growth. On balance, the evidence suggests the imminent onset of a recession is unlikely. One concern in recent months has been housing, but revised data shows...

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Record numbers of Americans are saying goodbye to the US and our next guest, international tax planning expert Mark Nestmann of the Nestmann Group, thinks this is just the beginning. In a recent FS Insider podcast, Nestmann explains why he thinks this trend will...

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There is a giant wall of short positions held by the smart-money “commercial” traders in crude oil futures, and it is going to lead oil prices to come crashing down. Each week, the CFTC reports on the numbers of long and short positions held by futures traders...

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The Vice Index says retail spending peaks in January and then flattens. But disposable income may slow sooner. Meanwhile, consumer spending is already shifting away from luxury (an early indicator of slower consumer spending). Slower consumer spending is not...

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Financial Sense outlines seven large, transformative forces impacting all aspects of the global economy including a list of related interviews for more in-depth coverage. They are: the retail ice age, automation, reverse migration, peak oil demand, education technology...

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Shell has struck a deal to sell all its oil sands production assets in Canada, except for a 10-percent stake in the Athabasca Oil Sands Project, as part of its $30-billion divestment program aimed at reducing its debt load that it...

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The IMF’s Global House Price Index, an average of real house prices across 57 monitored countries, continues to climb. The index shows sixteenth consecutive quarters of positive year-on-year growth. However, house prices...

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Gold prices fell through what technical analysts called "immediate support" at $1210 per ounce Wednesday lunchtime in London as the US Dollar rose again after new data said the United States added far more new jobs than...

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As surprising as it may seem, speaking of "deglobalization" as an unstoppable trend became fashionable long before Donald Trump was elected the United States' 45th president. Citing the persistent after-effects of the 2008...

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After a short, overnight breakup last November, the US stock market has now rebounded with Donald Trump. “I’d say Donald has another month or so,” Ralph Acampora recently told Financial Sense Newshour. “I’ll give him 2 more months. And maybe this honeymoon...

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