Regular contributor Michael Pollaro offers three more charts which tell a story that's both disturbing and apparently misunderstood by a lot of mainstream analysts.
'Something's Wrong--Sell! Sell!'
----Markets Down By $1.36 Trillion
One of the lesser-known victims of inflation is one of its smallest: the penny. At one time, the penny could actually buy you something.
In some gas stations around the country, the price of a gallon of regular has dropped below $1.42.
Less than two months ago, on November 19, Goldman released its list of top trades for 2016, #1 of which was the infamous long USDJPY, short EURUSD equial-weighted basket which has led to massive losses for anyone who had put it on.
I have never had a lot of patience. I suppose this is one of my character flaws.
Ron Paul smashes today's popular myths! Secession is in the air in Europe. Will everything fall apart? There is a big difference between genuine wealth and crony wealth. The U.S is not an innocent bystander in world affairs, and much more, only here
- The US Economy Is Dead In The Water
A low cost of living, no sales tax, and beautiful scenery (oh, naked bike rides, more strip clubs per capita than any other US city, and legalized weed) means Oregon is the "top moving destination" for Americans for the third year running, according
Editor's Comment: The conditions for the next great economic collapse have been mounting over the past several months, and many experts and observers have warned, and watched as risks approach the toppling-over point. Just how much more can things
We ended 2015 as yet another year when most investors felt safe with their stocks, bonds, property and other investments.
Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross is bearish, and he keeps finding different ways to get the message across.
Investors should focus on China's economy, not stocks ... there are some important reasons not to panic: China's stock market reveals very little about the health of the country's economy it's dominated by small savers who put more faith in specu
Former money-market trader Paul Thompson was at his well kept brick-and-tile Dalkeith home, a couple of blocks from Perth's Swan River, last Thursday when Australian Federal Police officers came to arrest him.
Stocks are getting crushed.
As everyone knows, Peter Schiff is a regular guest on many of the major business news networks.
Reflections on Value, Volume, Other Ideas
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They tried to slam VIX (and failed). JPY was sold (but failed). And Crude was temporarily ramped (but failed). So how do you stall a sell-off - BREAK THE MARKET AGAIN!!
Stocks tumbled on Wednesday while oil broke to a new multi-year low.
On Wednesday December 16, 2015, Federal Reserve Bank policymakers raised the federal funds rate target by 0.25 percent to 0.5 percent for the first time since December 2008.
Yesterday, we began to examine the earth beneath our feet. How solid is it, we wondered?
On December 16th, 2015, Federal Reserve Officials announced that after six years of 0 percent interest, they would finally raise the Federal Fund Rate. The move was seen by many as an attempt to provide markets with a boost of confidence
The US Economy: Still on Track? ... Raw materials and goods need to be transported regardless of how modern or sophisticated an economy is. Every week the Association of American Railways ("AAR") posts a free report on rail volumes transported across
While the recent dramatic revision in construction spending - a direct input into GDP -
is now imminent. (NaturalNews) The global economy may be about ready to take a massive hit if a series of imminent crises converge in just the right - or actually just the wrong way.
Stock prices around the world took a nosedive on Monday, January 4, 2016 - the first trading day of the year - signaling an ominous possible confirmation of what many experts have been predicting:
The Most Important Person in 2016 ... Forget the presidential candidates Fed Chair Janet Yellen is who you need to watch ...
It appears the FANTAsy stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Tesla, and Alphabet) are suffering this morning as investors choose not to rush to the safety of triple-digit P/E ratios amid the market's collapse.