Market Focus: Storm Watch
- Oct 30 New American Dream: Rented Housing and Public Transit by Danielle Park
- Oct 29 Why China’s Slowdown Is Taking a Heavy Toll on Canada by Jeff Rubin
- Oct 22 Is This the Beginning of a New Bear Market? Important Signs to Watch by Chris Puplava
- Oct 22 The “New Normal” in EM Ex-China by BCA Research
- Oct 17 Weekday Wrap-Up: Supercomputers, Corrections, and Converging Cycles by FS Staff
- Oct 16 Big Four Economic Indicators Near Stall Speed by Doug Short
- Oct 14 How Long Can U.S. Production Survive Low Oil Prices? by Oil Price
- Oct 14 End of U.S. Dollar Hegemony - Not by Michael Shedlock
- Oct 13 Signs for a Major Market Top; Will the Fed Reverse Course and Save the Day? by FS Staff
- Oct 10 Weekday Wrap-Up: Bitcoins and Goldbugs, Q3 Earnings Signals, $40 Oil, and Geopolitical Feedback Loops by FS Staff
Richard Duncan: Why QE 4 Is Inevitable
Oct 30 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Richard Duncan, Chief Economist at Blackhorse Asset Management in Singapore. Richard makes the case that since 2008 credit in the U.S. has been growing at less than 2% a year and the Fed has been printing money to create a wealth effect in financial assets in order to sustain the economy.
Satyajit Das: The Economies of Europe and Japan Are Not Working
Oct 29 – Jim welcomes Satyajit Das, Author, Journalist and Commentator at EconoMonitor.com. They cover the global macro outlook, and Das sees inflexible economic and political structures in Europe and Japan leading to stagnating growth prospects.
David Marsh: Europe Unlikely to Launch Full-Scale QE With Bonds Near Record Highs
Oct 28 – Cris Sheridan welcomes back David Marsh, Managing Director and Co-Founder of OMFIF (Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum) in London. David explains how the ECB is unlikely to launch a full-scale QE program in Europe with bonds near record highs. The ECB and Bundesbank don't want to run the risk of...
Puru Saxena: Bull Market Could Be Over, But Don't Get Too Bearish Since Central Banks Will Likely Step In
Oct 17 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Puru Saxena, founder of Puru Saxena Limited in Hong Kong, and publisher of Money Matters. Puru sees this bull market as mature, where a lot of stocks are no longer participating. Market breadth has narrowed considerably and 60-65% of NYSE stocks are now in a bear phase.
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