The 30 statistics that you are about to read prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.
Goldman Sachs' 'Hedge Fund Trend Monitor' report is out, and as usual it includes a list of the 50 stocks most shorted by hedge funds.
Editor's Note: We are on the cusp of possibly the greatest financial and economic collapse in the history of the world.
The algos and chart traders are making another run at 2000 on the S&P 500, attempting to convince the wary investor one more time that buying on the dips is a no brainer. And in that proposition they are, ironically, correct.
While on the surface the US economy has been chugging along from GDP-crashing "snow in the winter" to GDP-cratering "warmer|cooler than expected weather in the spring|summer|fall", with bouts of GDP-boosting inventory accumulation inbetween, .......
The average price for all types of ground beef per pound hit its all-time high -- $3.884 per pound -- in the United States in July, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
Brent crude is rising this morning up from an earlier dip to $101.75. That is not the case for WTI crude which has been in freefall since this morning's CPI data print. Brent-WTI has soared from below $5 to over $6.50 in the last few....
Patent trolls are stifling innovation.
Much of the supposedly godlike power of central banks is participants' faith in their powers to control not just finance but the real world that can be leveraged by finance.
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Ahead of the collapse of 2008 well known investment manager Bill Fleckenstein warned that real estate and stocks were headed for a crash.
Back in the early 1990s, the North American Free Trade Agreement was one of the hottest political issues in the country.
The world's corporate giants are poised to tap into record cash reserves and possibly embark on a long-awaited spending spree, fuelling hopes of a massive boost to the global economic recovery.
Rockefeller once stated, "The day of combination is here to stay. Individualism is gone never to return. Competition is a sin".
By 2025, 'sexbots will be commonplace' ? which is just fine, as we'll all be unemployed and bored thanks to robots stealing our jobs.
Every month since the recent economic recession in America, the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases their newest jobs report. And every month, right on cue, economists and financial experts pour over the data and make their predictions for the futu
Six years after the greatest financial crisis in modern history, not a single prominent - and bailed out - banker (or frankly any for that matter) has gone to prison.
Blistering Demand For 30 Year Paper; Lowest Yield Since May 2013; Directs Strongest Since 2011
Did you know that a major event just happened in the financial markets that we have not seen since the financial crisis of 2008?
Gold and Silver: What the IRS Needs to Know About Your Investments (And What They Don't)
President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Russia should aim to sell its oil and gas for roubles globally because the dollar monopoly in energy trade was damaging Russia's economy.
Retail sales went nowhere in July, showing 0.0% growth. This was the worst reading in six months.
American university graduates are employed, if they are employed, not as software engineers and managers but as waitresses and bartenders.
Adrian Salbuchi, it all ties in with a global model for domination driven by a system of perpetual national debt which I have called "The Shylock Model".
Nick Hanauer is a rich guy, an unrepentant capitalist ? and he has something to say to his fellow plutocrats: Wake up! Growing inequality is about to push our societies into conditions resembling pre-revolutionary France.
America's supercenters are dying a slow death.
CNBC Downplays Growing Inflation Threat.
Yet while asset prices soar, the production of goods and services, employment and workers? incomes are not recovering and resuming growth. Instead, Western Europe, North America and Japan are stuck in a longer, deeper crisis than almost anyone expect
The answer to that question is it's not very far down the road, and I can promise you that is when all hell is going to break loose."
When we first brought the market's attention to high-yield credit's flashing red warning, it was shrugged off as unimportant by most -