silverdoctors.com / By The Doc / January 2, 2013
The Cliff is dead, risk is on!
In an exact repeat of the end of 2011 and the first 2 weeks of 2012, gold and silver have absolutely exploded Wednesday in the first trading of 2013. Silver is up over $1 to $31.55, a nearly 4% [...]
brucekrasting.com / By Bruce Krasting / Monday, December 31, 2012
My read of the President’s speech is that there is a deal that will avoid the cliff. So go enjoy New Year’s Eve. Give it another 30 days, and we’ll be right back into the soup. My scorecard on the deal.
Ranting Andy Hoffman is back again. The New Year’s Clff has arrived. Count on the powers that be in Washington to do something stupid and destructive to the country and to all of us. This group who puportedly run things has no desire to change a thing. The Republicans are not a credible [...]
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / December 28, 2012
Via Mark J. Grant, author of Out of the Box,
Apparently this is the message that popped up on the Congressional computer system when they were scheduling the last, last, last minute meeting before jumping over the cliff. The techies worked for hours I have heard [...]
tfmarketadvisors.com / By Peter Tchir / December 9, 2012
Is CCC the new AAA?
No, CCC isn’t the new AAA, but the market is starting to trade it that way.
It was a decent week for fixed income, but what stood out for me was the strength in the high yield [...]
financialsurvivalnetwork.com / December 4th, 2012
Download: Laurence_J._Kotlikoff__part_1_12-3-2012.mp3 //
Laurence J. Kotlikoff is an economist and well published author. He’s advised several administrations and he’s the only one out there with a plan to save the United States. It covers everything from taxes, to investment, to spending and entitlements. Unfortunately no one is [...]
brucekrasting.com / by Bruce Krasting / October 1, 2012
Absent some earth shaking event between now and November, Obama is going to win, the House will remain in the hands of the Republicans and the Senate will continue to be equally divided. The war between Reds and Blues will be just as bad [...]
europac.net / by Peter Schiff / July 10, 2012
The media is now fixated on an apparently new feature dominating the economic landscape: a “fiscal cliff” from which the United States will fall in January 2013. They see the danger arising from the simultaneous implementation of the $2 trillion in automatic spending cuts (spread [...]
dollarcollapse / by John Rubino / May 28, 2012
Europe’s political problems are hogging the headlines, with good reason. So much debt is coming due so soon that big decisions about Greece and Spain have to be made within the next couple of months to avoid a systemic melt-down.
But the US [...]
washingtontimes.com / By Stephen Dinan / May 22, 2012
For Congress, the outlines of the pending fiscal crisis are clear: Don’t do a thing, and watch the economy slip into a double-dip recession early next year. Or cancel the looming tax increases and spending cuts, watch the deficit rise, and push the government ever [...]