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thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / THURSDAY, MAY 23, 2013
Goldman: Four Reasons Why the Market is Going Much Higher … Last night’s much-buzzed about research report from Goldman Sachs, in which the firm lays out its new S&P targets, contains an interesting rationale for higher stock prices. Rather than making the bull case based [...]
Yesterday the price of gold fell to its lowest since April 18th, to $1338/oz, before recovering following an announcement from Moody’s. Moody’s investment service said that said that if the US does not act upon its budget issues this year then [...]
silverdoctors.com/ By Edge Trader Plus / May 13, 2013
The realistic general consensus is that the spot prices for gold and silver are no longer relevant. Yet, what remains the one price on which focus has intensified for each? There simply is no other alternative, at present. A distinction is made concerning the purchases by [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 05/10/2013 10:44 -0400
This is what happens when the world’s central bankers – incapable of seeing the bubbles forming in front of their own eyes – are let loose on global markets… Where ever you look, markets are in turmoil this morning with even the precious equity indices trading [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / 05/09/2013 18:43
Despite “the most inappropriate monetary policy in history,” and warnings of bubbles, Bloomberg notes that South Korea’s ‘surprise’ rate cut overnight was the 511th reduction worldwide since June 2007 (and show no signs of stopping the Einsteinian madness). Behind the stepped up stimulus: another swoon in the [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / May 8, 2013, 10:21 -0400
Back in February we introduced the world to their last best hope in controlling the largesse of the world’s central bankers. The ‘Brent Vigilantes’ were shown to have taken over the mantle of the now totally-repressed and benign bond vigilantes (since deficits don’t matter [...]
In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss paper addiction and the toothless, pimply faced paper pushers hooked on an ever-increasing fix of debt. There is no paper these guys won’t push, no debt they won’t inject into the veins of the economy [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / April 24, 2013
Banker steps into the role of superhero … In other ages, we have called on shamans or saints in times of crisis when the usual remedies have not worked. In the stagnant world economy today, we have designated central bankers as our superheroes, and we [...]
goldsilverworlds.com / By Michael Noonan / April 20, 2013
Memo To Central Bankers:
How dumb can you be? What better way to expose your naked short backside than to trash a market with known world-wide demand? So arrogant, so parochial. The world thanks you. The bullion dealers thank you. The gold/silver buyers [...]
bullmarketthinking.com / By Tekoa Da Silva / April 15, 2013
In response to the outright fear and panic displayed in the gold market today, legendary investor Don Coxe, Chairman of Coxe Advisors LLP, and former advisor to the $540 billion BMO Financial Group, stepped up and shared a reaffirming statement for battered [...]
Just because Goldman’s track record at predicting the near-future is so fantastic (Abby Joseph Cohen “forecasting” in March 2008 the S&P would close the year at 1500, or about 40% off), the firm that spawned a thousand central bankers and ambassadors, has decided to try [...]
thedailybell.com / By Bill Bonner / April 10, 2013
We can barely catch our breath. We can’t stop laughing.
Last week, Japan announced that it would undertake a bold and radical experiment. After 23 years of on-again, off-again deflation, the new government decided it had had enough of things getting cheaper.
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Bill Bonner / April 10, 2013
We can barely catch our breath. We can’t stop laughing.
Last week, Japan announced that it would undertake a bold and radical experiment. After 23 years of on-again, off-again deflation it decided it had had enough of things getting cheaper. It will print money until inflation [...]
One key hallmark of Bitcoin’s price rise from the beginning of 2013 to now, where it has just crept above $240 a coin — up $100 a coin from the last time I wrote about Bitcoin — has been the oft-repeated mantra that Bitcoin is in [...]
dailyreckoning.com.au / By Greg Canavan / April 9, 2013
They don’t make them like they used to. Margaret Thatcher died yesterday aged 87. As Prime Minister of Britain from 1979 to 1990 she transformed the British economy and reasserted her country as a major global power. She did this by loosening the State’s grip on [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / April 3, 2013
The Trillion-Dollar Bureaucrat … He may be the most important central banker in the world. But is China’s Zhou Xiaochuan really in charge? The longest-serving leader of a central bank of a major world economy is not to be found in Europe, or North America, [...]
financialsense.com / By David Kotok / April 2, 2013
First we must correct an error. In our discussion “Euro: Requiem or Renewal?” we identified Jeroen Dijsselbloem as a central banker. That was an error; he is a political figure. There is quite a distinction between experienced central bankers and finance ministers who developed their [...]
gordontlong.com / By Gordon T Long / April 2, 2013
We ended almost every one of nearly 100 webinars in 2011 with “Don’t Worry, They’ll Print the Money”. This is how confident my Co-Host, Ty Andros and I were that the global central banks had no other recourse but monetization.
activistpost.com / By Activist / March 17, 2013, 11:01 AM
Remember the good old days when gasoline only cost $1.50/gallon way back in the ancient times of 2000? Why does it cost more than double that today ($3.71)? A gallon of gas is still a gallon of gas, so it seems obvious that the dollar [...]