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FS Staff – There's a global arms race among companies and nations to achieve supremacy in both quantum computing and AI, Woody Preucil at 13D Research recently explained to Financial Sense Newshour listeners. Though many are still unaware...

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By FS Staff – With the oil markets much closer to balance, geopolitical uncertainties are beginning to have a larger influence on the price of oil, something that hasn't been the case for the last 2-3 years, Robert Rapier at R-Squared Energy recently...

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FS Staff – There's been very little deleveraging after the last financial crisis and, in fact, debt levels are at new records globally, which means investors should be thinking about the risk of “debtflation,” Russell Napier, editor of The Solid Ground, told FS Insider...

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By Chris Puplava – We currently face a situation in which both the near-term outlook (1-3 years using ISM and Consumer Confidence data) and the long-term outlook (based on valuations) look dismal for the stock market. This clearly argues...

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FS Staff – At this year’s Investment Strategy Conference, we explained the increasing risks we see facing the stock market as valuations push into record territory, what this implies for future expected returns in various asset classes, our view on monetary and...

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By FS Staff – FS Insider recently interviewed Felix Zulauf, a longtime member of Barron’s Roundtable and the head of Zulauf Consulting, to get an update on his market outlook. Here's what he had to say...

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FS Staff – Many economists believe that it’s impossible to recognize bubbles before they pop. However, Alberto Gallo of Algebris Investments has compiled a list of the largest potential bubbles around the world today, ranked by degree of risk based on size, duration...

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FS Staff – Moody’s Analytics recently conducted a series of stress tests on each state in the US and found that only 16 of the 50 have the funds they need to weather an economic downturn. Financial Sense spoke with Dan White at Moody's to discuss which states...

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By FS Staff – Though the threat of an electromagnetic pulse weapon is part of the popular imagination, many don’t take it seriously. But what would happen if a rogue state, such as North Korea, attempted to use an EMP attack on...

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By FF Wiley – Many pundits told the addition story as QE was underway. They expected banks to “multiply up” reserves by aggressively expanding their loan books. But reserves never significantly multiplied. We think there are five reasons why the “money...

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