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Gary Shilling, author of The Age of Deleveraging and editor of the investment newsletter Insight, thinks the world is facing another 6 to 8 years of deleveraging with a "high probability of panic deflation" that will push 10-year Treasuries to 1% and oil eventually back to down to $10...

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World financial markets are reeling from a surprise upheaval to the established order. “Dare to dream that the dawn is breaking on the independent United Kingdom!” said UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage upon the momentous...

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Rawlson King, lead researcher for Biometrics Research Group, says the biometric industry is experiencing exponential growth, expected to go from $15 billion in 2015 to $35.5 billion in 2020, as the global banking and financial services industry continues to make...

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Mr. Market (S&P 500) keeps hitting 2,100, only to pull back. That level is a psychological magnet, drawing investors closer. Failure to hold and advance above it means a top. You need to be concerned that the market hasn’t moved up...

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Each month the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia produces a monthly coincident index for each of the 50 states in an effort to "summarize current economic conditions in a single statistic." With its current reading of 60, it is now back to late 2010, early 2011 levels...

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When looking at the performance of all major stock market indices around the globe, “we are in a bear market now,” Robin Griffiths told listeners Saturday. “The only two equity indices in the world capable of making a new high this year or next are the Dow and the S&P 500,” he said...

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Fears over a possible Brexit this Thursday have pushed speculative gold bets by non-commercial traders (“dumb money”) to the highest level in twenty years. Commercial traders (“smart money”), on the other hand, are the most net short since gold peaked in 2011...

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In Friday’s podcast with Financial Sense, Jesse Felder at The Felder Report shares the single most important chart for understanding today's overvalued market and how this helps explain why many big name investors like George Soros and Stan Druckenmiller are turning bearish...

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Did you know that scientists can now create synthetic life forms by reprogramming DNA in a computer? In a recent podcast with Financial Sense, Dr. Ellen Jorgensen explains how scientists have made DNA code the software of 21st century...

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Foreboding macroeconomic signals keep on popping up, and it would be wise to pay attention. In case you can’t tell, this is exactly like late 2006 with key (worse) differences: The macroeconomy has peaked: Jobless claims are barely below...

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