Insanely Bullish for Gold

Insanely Bullish for Gold This is a critical update from one of the best financial commentators I know, a good friend of ours, Mr. James Davis of FutureMoneyTrends.com, and we’re excited to share this one with you! Dear Reader, The melt-up in stocks and gold is on…  And for gold investors, it’s going to be a spectacular move over the next 12 months. The President’s tweet last week is insanely bullish for the precious metals. We all know the President watches the stock market like a hawk and is fully…

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10 Big Steps Down the Road to Recession

10 Big Steps Down the Road to Recession By David Haggith First, a decline in manufacturing, and then a slump in service industries, now a broad-spectrum inversion of the yield curve hitting its most critical metric this week, unemployment finally starting to rise again, a one-year relentless housing decline across most of the nation and the world, carmageddon pressing car dealers to offer big incentives once again just to hold sales flat, shipping everywhere sinking rapidly, broadly deteriorating general business conditions, plus tariff troubles for the US throughout the world…

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Stocks vs. Gold: Some Little-Known Facts

Stocks vs. Gold: Some Little-Known Facts By Clint Siegner The gold and silver markets rarely get much love on Wall Street and from the average investors who only listen attentively to what CNBC and stock brokers have to say. Nearly a decade of underperformance in the metals markets certainly isn’t helping draw attention. Recently, the gold market started to move, and the rising price has thus far gone mostly unnoticed. Everyone is watching the equity markets continue the surge higher that began the day after Christmas. Investors who wonder how…

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ANTS SWARMING: Global Debt Spreads – GOLD’S NEXT MOVE!

ANTS SWARMING: Global Debt Spreads – GOLD’S NEXT MOVE! We Bring You This Critical Alert, Contributed By WealthResearchGroup.com and Their Founder, Lior Gantz, Who Our Staff Looks At For Accurate Economic Forecasting. Trump Gives Green Light To Currency Devaluation First of all, the first half of 2019 reminded me of Charlie Munger’s quote from a couple of years ago, saying that while he does not have any say as to what central banks are doing, the benefits of their policies on the world’s stock markets has been very clear. Replying…

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U.S. Stocks Have Fallen For 5 Weeks In A Row – That Is The Worst Stock Market Streak In Almost 8 Years

U.S. Stocks Have Fallen For 5 Weeks In A Row – That Is The Worst Stock Market Streak In Almost 8 Years By Michael Snyder We haven’t seen stock prices slide like this in a long time, and if this keeps up we could soon be looking at an avalanche.  Our rapidly escalating trade war with China and more bad U.S. economic numbers pushed stocks down once again this week, and at this point the Dow Industrial Average has now fallen for five weeks in a row.  We haven’t seen…

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A Surprise Announcement Has Just Unleashed Another Wave Of Panic On Wall Street

A Surprise Announcement Has Just Unleashed Another Wave Of Panic On Wall Street By Michael Snyder Well, that sure didn’t take long.  Many had been hoping that 2019 would be a calmer year for Wall Street, but so far that has not materialized.  In fact, a surprise announcement by Apple has just sparked another wave of panic selling on Wall Street.  In a letter to shareholders, Apple CEO Tim Cook admitted that first quarter revenue is going to be way, way below expectations.  That immediately set off “flash crashes” all…

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Fake Markets and Return of the “Plunge Protection Team”

Fake Markets and Return of the “Plunge Protection Team” By Clint Siegner It’s amazing what passes as a market these days. Stocks rallied during the Christmas week, and the mainstream financial press would like you to believe bargain hunters swooped in after the weeks of heavy selling to grab some deals. The truth is there are very few actual people still evaluating the merits of publicly traded companies. The markets are driven by programmed trading and central planning. The artificial nature of markets was on full display last week. Let’s…

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It’s Up, It’s Down, It’s Done — a Day in a Year of the Dow.

It’s Up, It’s Down, It’s Done — a Day in a Year of the Dow. By David Haggith The market’s last chaotic day closed in a way that befit the entire year. Up, down, up harder, down harder, and done! It looked like the violence of the day may have come from the Plunge Protection Team attempting to push the market up in the middle of the afternoon, except that the middle of the afternoon doesn’t fit the PPT’s MO because the birthing-sized push didn’t come in the PPT’s usual…

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This Bear Ain’t Playin’ Games with the Bulls

This Bear Ain’t Playin’ Games with the Bulls By David Haggith This ain’t no ballgame. This bear has shown up for blood, not sport. The NASDAQ intraday hit the 20% down mark that is widely regarded as qualifying for a change from a bull market to a bear market. A close at that level would have made it as official as a declaration of a bear market gets. As can be expected, the major index whose stocks played the largest role in forming the bull market of the last decade…

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U.S. Accused Of “A Declaration Of War” Against China As Stock Market Teeters On The Precipice Of Disaster

U.S. Accused Of “A Declaration Of War” Against China As Stock Market Teeters On The Precipice Of Disaster By Michael Snyder Things are sure getting wild on Wall Street.  On Thursday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted almost 800 points before roaring back and recovering nearly all of those losses.  The Dow closed just 79 points lower for the day, and if you only looked at the final number you would be tempted to believe that there is not much reason for concern.  But these wild swings up and down…

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