Market Focus: Economy
- Jul 28 The Fed’s Dilemma by Bob Eisenbeis
- Jul 28 Europe: Running on Borrowed Time by John Mauldin
- Jul 27 Conditions in the US Are Improving, Not Deteriorating by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jul 24 Yield Curve Flashing Yellow by Patrick O'Hare
- Jul 24 US Housing Market Heating Up by Tim Iacono
- Jul 23 Great Graphic: China’s Holding of Treasuries by Marc Chandler
- Jul 22 Existing-Home Sales Highest in Eight Years by Doug Short
- Jul 22 Why Economists and Markets Disagree on Fed Rate Hike Timing by Global Risk Insights
- Jul 21 The Turkish Enigma by George Friedman PhD
- Jul 21 Uber Thrives: Why? by Michael Shedlock
- Jul 20 Rate Hikes, Yield Curve, and the Stock Market by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jul 20 Productivity and Modern-Day Horse Manure by John Mauldin
- Jul 17 Live From the Streets of Greece by Taki Tsaklanos
- Jul 17 Interpreting Information in China’s Stock Markets by Michael Pettis
- Jul 17 Bonds and Currencies Brace for BoE and Fed Rate Hikes by Gary Dorsch
Satyajit Das: U.S. Shale Industry Will Likely Hit a Wall in 12-18 Months
Jul 24 – In part two of an in-depth interview, Cris Sheridan asks Satyajit Das about the debt issues in the US compared to other nations, and Das explains that the US has time to manage its debt problems, but that time is not unlimited.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Message
Jul 18 – The first Big Picture topic this week is The Message. This refers to Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s testimony on Capitol Hill this week. The big question continues to be when will The Federal Reserve begin to raise interest rates.
Technician Gary Dorsch: Corporate QE Keeping a Bid Under the Market
Jul 18 – Jim welcomes back Gary Dorsch, of SirChartsAlot.com and publisher of Global Money Trends. Gary sees this bull market continuing, despite no significant correction in years. Gary believes one of the key factors is corporate...
Axel Merk: The Fed May Raise Rates, But It Will Remain Behind the Curve
Jul 17 – Will the Federal Reserve raise rates this fall, and if so, will the increase make any difference? Jim welcomes Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments LLC. Axel discusses the implications for...