Market Focus: Economy
- Oct 22 Have We Hit Peak Earnings Growth? by Patrick O'Hare
- Oct 22 What Is Your State’s Fiscal Health Ranking? by Independent Institute
- Oct 19 Fact and Fiction in the Khashoggi Affair by Geopolitical Futures
- Oct 18 8 Traits of the Entrepreneur by Mises Institute
- Oct 18 Italy Bond Yields Surge in Confrontation with ECB President Mario Draghi by Michael Shedlock
- Oct 18 The Convergence of Blockchain, AI, and Quantum Computing by FS Staff
- Oct 18 Stock Market Correction Echoes of 2016 Election by Kurt Kallaus
- Oct 17 Global Consumer Confidence and Global Equities by Callum Thomas
- Oct 17 Five Things Every Woman Should Know About Social Security by FS Staff
- Oct 16 Great Graphic: What Is Happening to Global Equities? by Marc Chandler
- Oct 16 Robotics and Cheap Energy Are Making U.S. Manufacturing Great Again by FS Staff
- Oct 15 Don't Mistake the Stock Market for the Economy by Patrick O'Hare
- Oct 11 Peak in OECD Leading Indicators by Callum Thomas
- Oct 11 EIA: Market Tightens As Outages From Iran, Venezuela Pile Up by Oil Price
- Oct 11 Bonds May No Longer Provide a Hedge Against Stocks, Warns Jim Bianco by FS Staff
Frank Barbera: Possible Topping Process into Next Year
Oct 20 – Financial Sense Newshour covers what moved the markets this week, looking at corporate earnings, Italy, and China. Frank Barbera says we may be looking at a head and shoulder topping process carrying into next year. Frank Holmes says gold...
Big Picture: When Giants Fall; Oil Wars
Oct 20 – In today’s Big Picture podcast, Jim Puplava and Chris Preitauer discuss “When Giants Fall,” looking at the bankruptcy of iconic American businesses like Sears and Toys R Us, and the steps that lead to their downfall. Next, in “Oil Wars,” we cover...
Slowdown Underway as China and Europe Roll Over, Says Andrew Zatlin
Oct 19 – Global markets are getting rocked by a slowdown in two of the three major economic engines for the world: China and Europe. Andrew Zatlin at Moneyball Economics gives an update on the problems facing China, Germany and the wider...
Market More Vulnerable to Shocks as Yield Curve Narrows, Says Dan Amerman
Oct 18 – Dan Amerman, chartered financial analyst, author, speaker, and financial consultant, explains how the spread between short and long-term rates, i.e. the yield curve, acts as a shock absorber for Fed rates hikes and why we are more...