Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Jul 29 Big Miss on US GDP; What to Watch If Things Are Heading South by FS Staff
- Jul 28 OMFIF’s David Marsh: Bank of Japan Stands to Make “Enormous” Losses by FS Staff
- Jul 28 Should Investors Fear China’s Anti-American Protests? by Global Risk Insights
- Jul 27 Everything Hinges on Inflation (Expectations) by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jul 27 Oil Extends Losses as EIA Reports Filling Inventories by Oil Price
- Jul 26 US Housing Recovery Continues, Though Headwinds Remain by FS Staff
- Jul 26 Why Pokemon Go Scares Middle Eastern Governments by Global Risk Insights
- Jul 25 Martin Armstrong: Throw Out the Fundamentals—Negative Rates Could Push the Dow Up to 40,000 by FS Staff
- Jul 25 Atlantic Divergence in Monetary Policy as US Economy Outpaces EU by Global Risk Insights
- Jul 22 Signs of Excessive Bullish Sentiment by Tom McClellan
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Next Financial Crisis - The Confidence Game
Jul 30 – The first topic this week is “The Next Financial Crisis – The Confidence Game”. The weak economic growth continues below official expectations, with GDP growth for the second quarter coming in at a meager 1.2%. Coming next...
OMFIF’s David Marsh: Global Public Investors Moving Further Into "Risky Instruments"
Jul 28 – David Marsh, Managing Director and Co-Founder of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) in London, discusses their recently released Global Public Investor report (see here), and says that central banks...
Stratfor's Reva Goujon: Europe Fragmentation Accelerating Post-Brexit
Jul 27 – Reva Goujon, VP of Global Analysis at Stratfor, provides an overview of the major geopolitical developments around the globe and also discusses their third quarter forecast (see here) with FS Insider. To receive their free...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Helicopter Money, Rising Debt and the Next Crisis
Jul 23 – In the first topic on the Big Picture this week, “Helicopter Money, Rising Debt and the Next Crisis”, Jim and John discuss the Fed’s efforts to stimulate the economy, without great success thus far. There is now a discussion of some form of...