Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Dec 11 Chinese Property Bubble May Collapse in a Year or Two by FS Staff
- Dec 11 4 Reasons Growth Pains Will Replace Growth Gains in China by Global Risk Insights
- Dec 11 Potential Danger Signal by Jon Strebler
- Dec 11 IEA: The Shale Mirage – Future Crude Oil Supply Crunch? by Joseph Dancy
- Dec 10 Prisoner’s Dilemma Game in Greece by Michael Shedlock
- Dec 09 The Economy of the Future by JR Nyquist
- Dec 06 Euthanasia of the Economy by John Mauldin
- Dec 06 Wealthy Chinese… and Chinese Wealth, Flee Overseas by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Dec 05 Number of Banks and Percentage of Problem Banks Over Time by Michael Shedlock
- Dec 05 Will the “Least Loved” Bull throw a “Taper Tantrum?” by Gary Dorsch
Puru Saxena: The Commodity Markets Have Peaked
Jim welcomes back Puru Saxena, founder of Puru Saxena Limited in Hong Kong and publisher of Money Matters. Puru and Jim cover a number of topics, including the property bubble in Hong Kong, where commercial real estate sells for $2,500 a square foot, and residential real estate is far higher...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: QE, Gold’s Bear Market, and Why We Won’t Experience Hyperinflation
This week on the Big Picture, Jim looks at why QE hasn’t led to rising inflation, why gold is in a bear market, and why there is no prospect for hyperinflation. Jim explores the reasons behind these topics and how they are connected...
Evelyn Browning Garriss: Volcanic Debris in the Arctic Will Create Colder than Average Winter in North America
Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn discusses the volcanic eruptions in the Arctic air mass over the last two years, and how the result has been a very cold and turbulent polar air mass that will be moving south as winter approaches.
Martin Armstrong: We Are Facing a Crossroads in History - Liberty or Economic Slavery
Jim welcomes back Martin Armstrong of ArmstrongEconomics.com. Martin and Jim cover an array of economic topics, including the failure of the Fed’s QE policy to stimulate the economy. Martin notes as the world’s reserve currency, the dollars don’t stay in the US but circulate around the globe.
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