Market Focus: Economy
- Jun 29 Recession vs. Wealth Inequality by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jun 29 Barry Bannister on Greece by David Kotok
- Jun 29 Australia’s Housing Bubble: Myth, or Ticking Time Bomb? by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 29 Earnings Preview - Second Quarter 2015 by Patrick O'Hare
- Jun 26 When Pigs Can No Longer Fly, It's a Big Deal by Bill Fleckenstein
- Jun 26 Bull Market Pause or Top? Clues from the Credit Markets by Chris Puplava
- Jun 26 A Beginning but No End by Patrick O'Hare
- Jun 25 Big Four Economic Indicators: Spring Rebound, Though Risks Remain by Doug Short
- Jun 25 Cuba Inc. – Long Way to Go Before Opening to the Free Market by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 25 First-Time Homebuyers Are Jumping Back in the Market by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Jun 25 Great Graphic: Central Banks Snap Up Treasuries by Marc Chandler
- Jun 25 Domestic Consumer Spending Goes Up by Sheraz Mian
- Jun 25 Mainstream Economists Just Don’t Get it: Bank of America Merrill Lynch Edition by Andrew Zatlin
- Jun 24 Gary Shilling: US Dollar Headed Higher; Bull Market in Bonds Not Over Yet by FS Staff
- Jun 23 US Economy About to Get Hit by Largest Generation in History by Cris Sheridan
Steve Keen: Non-Linear Markets Forcing Copernican Revolution in Economics
Jun 30 – Steve Keen discusses two fundamental flaws of current economic thinking and how market complexity (including the role of money, debt, and banks) are forcing a Copernican Revolution on what some refer to as...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Slow and Shallow – The Next Fed Interest Rate Cycle
Jun 27 – This week on the Big Picture Jim continues the theme that has the market’s undivided attention; the coming rate rising cycle by the Federal Reserve. Much of the economic recovery has centered on Fed policy, which has...
Technician David Nicoski: Secular Bull Market in Biotech – More Upside to Come
Jun 27 – Jim welcomes David Nicoski CMT, Director of Research at Vermilion Technical Research. Dave believes we are in a period of rotation and uncertainty in the overall market, and historically it is likely to continue to move higher.
Update on Greece With Frances Coppola
Jun 26 – Greece, like so many other nations and governments after the 2008 financial crisis, received a series of large bailouts as its economy sank into disarray. Now, years later, Greece’s creditors are asking for those loans to be paid back...