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The Future Is Already Here – It's Just Not Evenly Distributed

Nov 8 – When William Gibson would say, "the future is already here, it is just not evenly distributed," he was referring to how wealth and location determine one's access to technological advances (the future). Yet it equally can apply to the U.S.-Chinese relationship...

Michigan Legalizes Recreational Marijuana, Utah and Missouri Ease Restrictions

Nov 8 – National laws are in need of a serious overhaul as states take matters into their own hands. In midterm election votes, Michigan, Utah and Missouri eased restrictions on marijuana. There are now 33 U.S. states that have legalized marijuana to some degree...

Has Trump’s Economic Agenda Been Derailed? ExecSpec’s Kurt Kallaus Weighs In

Nov 8 - Kurt Kallaus at ExecSpec.net called the market peak in September, warning that oil and stocks were facing downside risks for the month of October. Now, with the October correction behind us and the market staging a strong...

Crude Oil Breakdown

Nov 7 – There are a couple of charts here from our Global Cross Asset Market Monitor. Key point: WTI crude oil prices are breaking down . On the technical side, we've got a double top here and a downside break of the 200-day moving average, which leaves the...

Oversold Conditions Reached, Though LEIs Softening

Nov 7 – On today's FS Insider, we discuss the technical and fundamental backdrop of the market while polling results come in for the midterm elections. Charts and topics covered in today’s interview are: percent of S&P 500 members with a MACD...

No Trade Deal With China Means Weaker Stocks and GDP

Nov 6 – Stock prices will stay on the defensive in the months ahead due to the trade dispute between China and the U.S., peak profit margins and downward earning growth forecasts. The equity bull market can be sustained and a recession can be avoided...

Services Still Strong, but Tariffs Starting to Have an Impact

Nov 6 – The October ISM services index fell 1.3 points to 60.3, however it was 1.3 points better than expected and is the second best print since 2005. Internally, new orders were little changed but backlogs did fall five points to a three month low...

Thoughts on the Midterm Election

Nov 6 – The midterm election takes place Tuesday, Nov. 6. There are local and state races to be determined, judges to be elected and referendums to be decided. The stock market, however, cares very little about any of that. What it cares about most...

Jamie Hopkins on Rewirement: Rewiring the Way You Think About Retirement

Nov 6 - Common misconceptions, assumptions, and behavioral biases often prevent people from building robust and flexible retirement plans—and this is an enormous problem. If you don’t know your decisions are based on false assumptions, how can you avoid making serious mistakes?....

The Market Is Probably Bottoming

Nov 5 – Up until last Monday we focused on our short-term model’s “sell signal” of Oct. 2. The “S” word alone makes most investors uneasy. They find the “B” word, “buying” more pleasant. The reason for this is perhaps best explained...

This Urban Innovation Is Driving People Insane

Nov 5 – You love them or you hate them; either way you’ve definitely seen them. We’re talking about app-enabled electronic scooters popping up in cities around the world. Urban planners see these scooters as a key...

How Singapore Fixed Its Housing Problem

Nov 5– Nearly 80 percent of Singaporean households live in government-built apartments, and they’re not what we typically expect when we think of government housing; they’re clean, safe and well maintained. Singapore faced a severe housing shortage...

The Cycle That Saves Home Buyers $3,000 Per Year Just Ran Out of Fuel

Nov 5 – Home buyers in every city and state have benefited from a powerful financial cycle for almost five years. Most people are not aware of this cycle, but it has lowered the average monthly mortgage payment for home buyers on a national basis...

We're Creating a New Operating System for the Planet, Says Leonard Brody

Nov 5 – Leonard Brody, a highly respected entrepreneur, venture capitalist and international speaker explains the unprecedented level of technology-led societal disruption, particularly when it comes to global-scale communication...

Protecting Your Income When Markets Fall

Nov 5 - Here at Financial Sense, we've received several inquiries about protecting capital and income in an uncertain and volatile market. On this edition of Lifetime Income, Jim Puplava and Chris Preitauer discuss how to de-risk your portfolio, play defense, build cash reserves, and much more. Don't blindly ride this roller coaster.

Big Picture: Red October and The Myth of Capitalism

Nov 3 – Last month began with records being set for the major averages, but that only lasted a few days. All of the gains for 2018 were erased. October showed some of the most violent storms we’ve seen in the last 7 years. On today’s edition of the Big Picture...

Passive Tidal Wave Looming Over Markets, Warns John Roque

Nov 3 – Ryan Puplava gives this week's market update, Technician John Roque discusses the massive cumulative inflows into passive index funds, and Marc Chandler gives his outlook on the US dollar and why, even with the recent pullback, he believes it's still heading higher...

Book Interview: The Myth of Capitalism – Monopolies and the Death of Competition

Nov 2 - FS Insider welcomes Denise Hearn and Jonathan Tepper to discuss their soon-to-be-released book, The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition . Tepper and...

Macro Nutrients: Housing, Latest GDP & USD

Nov 1 – Housing has historically been a leading economic bell weather that precedes peaks in the U.S. economic cycle. New data suggests housing may be rolling over. On Oct. 25 new home sales tumbled to the lowest level in two years according to the...

On and Below the Surface

Nov 1 - The global market in securities has shown us over the past month just how volatile and risky investing can be. The catalysts and drivers behind the selling pressure are hard to pick out because it’s been fluid these past few weeks...

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