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Part of the current pullback in metals is due to a strengthening dollar, says Hadik, but, according to his technical and cyclical work, he believes the dollar will peak out later this year in a "seismic shift," which will then set up gold's next major move into 2017 and beyond...

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This article is a supplement to a podcast for Financial Sense and provides an update to my outlook for the markets based on the Investment Model that I described in Seeking Alpha last month. The model consists of 37 Indicators and about 100 sub-indicators...

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What do escorts and McDonald’s have in common? Both are responding to the end of economic growth, says Andrew Zatlin of Moneyball Economics. When times get tough and people are less willing to part with their money, businesses get creative. Zatlin tracks...

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New data on delinquency rates for commercial and industrial loans for the first quarter of 2016 has just been released and shows a surge heading into this year, after steadily rising throughout 2015. Based on forward-looking data, delinquencies may continue to increase well into...

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The unintended consequences from the continued altering of the capital structure of firms, by issuing debt and retiring equity at a time when operating cash flow growth is showing signs of fatigue is disconcerting.

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In a recent interview with Financial Sense, retail expert Howard Davidowitz called the widely-read report "absolutely crazy, because there’s no way those chains can return to their former numbers.” The massive store closings underway right now and the hundreds more to come...

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After an almost sixty-year long debt binge, expectations for above average economic growth or double-digit investment returns in the stock market aren’t realistic. Jim Puplava, Chief Investment Strategist at PFS Group and founder of Financial Sense, predicts at least six to eight more years...

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Real Time Macroeconomics aggregates "economically intuitive online data using computer code to create indicators that are helpful to economists, policymakers, and financial market participants." One such indicator they provide is New US Monthly Job Listings, which shows...

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"We're starting to see some heaviness and breaking down in some of the more aggressive names and I don't think that bodes well," Ralph Acampora told Financial Sense Newshour this Saturday. A strong and defensive rotation into the utility sector, a continued breakdown...

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For most American households, everything is fine. But for more and more households, things are not so good. The industrial sector’s recession has spread and it’s getting more impactful. That’s one leak. Another is that income growth is slowing.

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