Market Focus: Storm Watch
- May 29 Q1 GDP Second Estimate Goes Negative by Doug Short
- May 28 Making Sense of the Latest Unemployment Data by Andrew Zatlin
- May 28 How Healthcare Is Dooming the U.S. Economy (Three Charts) by Charles Hugh Smith
- May 27 Dr. Lacy Hunt on US Endgame and Greatest Risk to Financial Markets by FS Staff
- May 27 Central Banks, Interest, Bailout Barometer by David Kotok
- May 27 Bad News for China: Bernanke Says It’s Okay by John Rubino
- May 26 Is Inflation on Our Doorstep? by Matthew Kerkhoff
- May 22 Don Coxe: Bull Market in Bonds Now Ending - Risks Ahead by FS Staff
- May 22 The Big Four Economic Indicators: Real Retail Sales by Doug Short
- May 22 Is Greece Still a Country if Someone Else Owns Its Assets? by John Rubino
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: San Andreas – Financial Fault Lines in the Bond Market
May 30 – Jim’s Big Picture topic is about a big issue, the bond market, and the potential San Andreas-size financial fault lines that could strike the bond market with little or no warning. Jim explores the lack of liquidity in the bond market, and notes...
Evelyn Garriss: North American Weather Being Shaped by El Niño, Volcanic Eruptions and the Hot Atlantic
May 28 – What does a “peek-a-boo” El Niño pattern, an “atmospheric river” in Texas and a volcanic eruption in Iceland have in common? They are all affecting the weather, and thus agricultural production, in North America.
Don Coxe: Bond Bull Coming to an End – Bonds Now a Center of Risk
May 22 - Jim welcomes back Donald Coxe, Chairman of Coxe Advisors. Don called the dawn of the bull market in bonds in 1981. Now 34 years later, Don sees the bull market ending as it enters a final mania phase, which will be...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Reflation – Ready or Not
May 16 – Jim’s first topic on the Big Picture this week is “Relation – Ready or Not”. Jim discusses the weak economic growth so far in the first half of 2015. He also explains why he thinks the deflationary trend is coming to an end, and why we may be moving toward a reflationary global environment in the second half of the year.
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