Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Jun 29 Australia’s Housing Bubble: Myth, or Ticking Time Bomb? by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 29 Recession vs. Wealth Inequality by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Jun 24 Gary Shilling: US Dollar Headed Higher; Bull Market in Bonds Not Over Yet by FS Staff
- Jun 23 Managing Greek Default Risks by Sober Look
- Jun 19 Teetering on the Brink by Bill Witherell
- Jun 19 Tom McClellan Predicts Major Market Peak This August, Bear Market Into 2016 by FS Staff
- Jun 18 Has Asia Entered Into a Currency War? by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 18 Armstrong: US Stocks May Double Over the Next Year and a Half by FS Staff
- Jun 17 After Shocking Elections, Turkey’s Economy Depends on Stable Coalition by Global Risk Insights
- Jun 16 They’re Coming to Take Away Your Cash by Keith Weiner
Update on Greece With Frances Coppola
Jun 26 – Greece, like so many other nations and governments after the 2008 financial crisis, received a series of large bailouts as its economy sank into disarray. Now, years later, Greece’s creditors are asking for those loans to be paid back...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Fed’s High Wire Act – Crisis or Goldilocks?
Jun 20 – Jim’s first topic on the Big Picture this week is “The Fed’s High Wire Act – Crisis or Goldilocks?” The Fed has lowered their economic forecast again from the beginning of the year, and we now live in a “data dependent” world.
Technician Tom McClellan: Market in Final Stages of a Topping Process – Look for Big Decline This Fall
Jun 20 – Jim welcomes Tom McClellan, Editor of McClellan Financial Publications. Tom notes a number of cross currents and conflicting messages in the markets, and his work indicates a market top in August of this year.
Martin Armstrong: Bear Market in Bonds May Lead to “Phase Transition” in Stocks
Jun 18 – Martin Armstrong, founder of ArmstrongEconomics.com, says there’s a massive bubble in the bond market, which, when rates start to rise, may lead to a massive concentration of capital into US stocks. Martin explains how...
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