Market Focus: Economy
- Aug 04 The Waiting Game by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Aug 04 3D Printing an Ornate Bridge Over a Water in Amsterdam by Michael Shedlock
- Aug 03 When China Stopped Acting Chinese by John Mauldin
- Aug 03 Wash, Rinse, Repeat by Patrick O'Hare
- Aug 03 The Big Four Economic Indicators - Trending Sideways by Doug Short
- Jul 31 Craig Johnson Still Bullish on Stocks; Sees More Downside for Gold, Oil, and Commodities by FS Staff
- Jul 30 Chinese Farmer Loses Life Savings by Tim Iacono
- Jul 30 Dow 5000? Charles Nenner Discusses His Cycle Theory and Predictions for the Market by FS Staff
- Jul 30 The Job You Want, the Pay You Deserve, and the Education You Can Afford by FS Staff
- Jul 30 US Economy Sees Substantial Increase After Weak QI, Though Still Below Average by Doug Short
- Jul 29 It’s All About the Fed Today by Sheraz Mian
- Jul 29 Is it Time to Load Up on Gold? by FS Staff
- 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
Dr. Woody Brock: What Lies Ahead for China?
Aug 4 — Cris Sheridan welcomes Woody Brock PhD, Founder and President of Strategic Economic Decisions. Dr. Brock offers an analysis of the rapid economic rise of China from 1980 to the present and the factors that have led to...
Special Feature: Chris Puplava’s Market Update and Brian Pretti on Threats to the Bond Market
Aug 1 – Chris Puplava discusses whether he’s seeing a bull market top and says the usual reasons—recession, financial stress, or a spike in oil prices—are not there. Chris also remarks on Richard Dickson’s forecast...
George Gilder on the Information Theory of Money and Capitalism
Jul 31 – “There is no anchor for the value of money. The Fed decides what money is worth, and who gets it” says George Gilder, Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute and Chairman of George Gilder Fund Management. In a wide-ranging...
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.