The first week of June 2020 saw headlines like "Capitalism needs the 'Great Reset' button. Covid-19 is showing the way".
International Man: Wall Street Silver, a financial analyst on Twitter, highlights that during the Great Depression, the average home cost 3x the average income. Today, it costs 8x as much.
Some investors dismiss the declines as noise in year of gains
A lot of the talking heads on television seem to think that the threat of a recession has passed.
Economists have practically sounded the all-clear on a looming recession, but plenty of signs are still flashing red.
...if OPEC and its allies were almighty and the drivers of oil prices, why have Brent and West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude plummeted in 2022? OPEC only reacts to demand, but it is not a price-setter. It is a price-taker.
With an explosion in government deficit and an elevated interest rate environment, are we seeing the beginning of a crisis in sovereign debt and pension funds?
"There's something very, very wrong with this market," Milton Berg said on the latest episode of the "Forward Guidance" podcast.