Market Focus: Energy
- Jun 24 Shilling: World Facing High Probability of Panic Deflation by FS Staff
- Jun 23 US Shale Producers Just Won Their Biggest Legal Case in Years by Oil Price
- Jun 22 Move Over Oil – Lithium Is the Future of Transportation by Oil Price
- Jun 21 We're in a Global Bear Market, Says Leading Technician by FS Staff
- Jun 21 2016 Is the Year of Cheap Renewables, Not Oil by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 20 Tyler Kling of Macro-Ops Says Junk Bonds Will Signal Equity Market Inflection Point by FS Staff
- Jun 13 BNEF Report Says Solar Energy, Batteries, Wind Will Dominate, Fossil Fuel Usage to Collapse by Michael Shedlock
- Jun 09 Renewable Energy Breaking Records but Fossil Fuels Still Dominate by Robert Rapier
- Jun 08 Yamada: Professionals Confused Over Stock Market by FS Staff
- Jun 07 Norway Set to Ban Fossil Fuel Cars in 2025 by Oil Price
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Coming Obama Recession
Jun 4 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “The Coming Obama Recession”, Jim addresses the growing signs of a slowdown in the economy; the latest of which was a very poor jobs number released on Friday. Jim and John discuss...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Fundamentally Speaking – Just the Facts
Apr 23 – This week on the Big Picture, Jim looks at what is driving the markets, which are up across the board, even with a slowing economy and corporate profits down. The falling dollar seems to be the key to improving liquidity and taking...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: $20 Trillion in Debt, Financial Repression, and Gold’s Blast Off
Mar 12 – The week’s first topic on the Big Picture is “$20 Trillion in Debt, Financial Repression, and Gold’s Blast Off”. Gold and commodities have been in bear markets since 2011. The Fed’s QE programs pumped money into financial assets, but not precious metals...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Oil – The Bottom, The Recovery, The Shock
Feb 27 – Jim’s first topic this week on the Big Picture is “Oil – the Bottom, the Recovery, the Shock”. Oil is certainly more intertwined with the economy and the stock market than ever. When oil fell from $100 a barrel to much lower levels...