Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Jul 22 The Catalysts for a Correction by Thomas J Smith CFA
- Jul 18 Will Investors Get Out In Time This Time? by Sy Harding
- Jul 18 Yellen Hints at Detrimental Fed Action by Dock Treece
- Jul 18 Phantom Liquidity and Perfect Pilfering by Michael Shedlock
- Jul 18 The First Victims of the End of QE – Small Cap Stocks and Junk Bonds by Chris Puplava
- Jul 17 As Fracking Expands, So Does Opposition – Even In Texas by Oil Price
- Jul 17 U.S. Small Businesses Hit Hardest by Skills Gap by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Jul 17 Crises Take Longer Coming Than You Think, and Happen Much Faster Than You Thought by FS Staff
- Jul 16 Yellen Reiterates Position of Extended Low Rates by Tim Duy PhD
- Jul 16 Ronald Stoeferle: Gold Bottoming; Higher Inflation Ahead by FS Staff
James Kostohryz: Stocks Likely Moving Into Bubble Phase Over Next Year or Two
Cris Sheridan, Senior Editor of Financial Sense, welcomes global investment strategist James Kostohryz. James has accumulated over twenty years of experience investing and trading virtually every asset class across the globe. He argues that, instead of a massive market crash...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Be Prepared – Rate Hikes Are Coming
Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is “Be Prepared – Rate hikes are coming”. Jim looks at Fed Chair Janet Yellen’s recent statements that hint that rates hikes could come sooner than expected. Jim asks why would the Fed consider rate hikes when the economy is not very robust.
Jeffrey Saut: Correction of 10-12% Still Likely, But Bull Market Remains Intact
Jim welcomes back Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James Financial. Jeff and Jim discuss the likelihood and timing of the long-anticipated market correction. Even if it should occur, Jeff believes the long term bull market is still firmly intact.
Satyajit Das: “Poker Bluff” - The European Economic Crisis Hasn’t Gone Away
Jim welcomes back Satyajit Das, author, journalist and commentator at EconoMonitor.com. Das discusses the European banking crisis, and asserts that the crisis hasn’t gone away and that the European Central Bank is currently engaged in a further tactical bluff in the long European poker game.
Market volatility and the breakdown of fundamental and technical indicators are only a few signs. There are others which are more subtle and not visible to the human eye—below the surface. They show up in bear-o-metric readings of the nation's money supply, credit expansion and the breakdown of corporate earnings. With all of these readings, we know that a storm is coming. The question is: "What kind will it be?"
—Jim Puplava, The Perfect Financial Storm Part 3