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Why You Should Have a Gold and Silver Seat Belt

goldsilverworlds.com / David Smith / February 26, 2015

In just about every state, it’s the law that you must wear a seatbelt when driving down the road. Putting aside the question of whether the government should mandate this, most of us understand that the reasons for individually choosing to do so are valid.

It’s […]

US Posts First Negative Inflation Print Since Lehman On Gas Price Plunge

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/26/2015 08:52 -0500

As previewed earlier today, January CPI data was historic in that, 6 years after Lehman, the US just reported its first negative headline CPI print, with overall inflation, or rather deflation, in January coming at -0.1%, in line with expectations, and down from the 0.8% in […]

Subprime lending at highest level since financial crisis hit: The three leading subprime categories are auto loans, credit cards, and student debt. $189 billion in subprime loans made in 2014.

mybudget360.com / by mybudget360 / February 24, 2015

The euphoria is bleeding into every corner of our debt driven economy. Access to credit is being given to consumers but unfortunately, the loans are tied to items that are counter to becoming financially healthy. More to the point, subprime loans have reached levels that were last […]

What To Do While Waiting to End the Fed

mises.org / John P. Cochran / FEBRUARY 25, 2015

There is a sliver of good news on the central banking front. Given the Fed’s poor performance before and after the 2007–08 financial crisis and Great Recession, and its now recognized 100 year history of failure, at least some members of Congress, even without Ron […]

Two More Harbingers Of Financial Doom That Mirror The Crisis Of 2008

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / February 12th, 2015

The stock market continues to flirt with new record highs, but the signs that we could be on the precipice of the next major financial crisis continue to mount. A couple of days ago, I discussed the fact that the U.S. dollar is experiencing a […]

European Brinkmanship Means No Deal Today or Tomorrow

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 11, 2015

The Eurogroup meeting today and the heads of state meeting tomorrow cannot resolve the standoff with Greece. The logic of each side demands negotiating until the very last minute as the only way to ensure that the most is achieved. Of course, the nature of […]

The Reason Why Trading Currencies Is Now The Most Difficult Since Lehman

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/10/2015 13:00

Feel like trading FX has become next to impossible, with massive, gaping bid-ask spreads, strange “tractor beams” at key technical point in major pairs, completely unexpected stop loss runs, and – of course – central banks behind every corner? Don’t worry you are not alone. According to […]

Seven Years Later, Global Debt Keeps Piling Up, $57 Trillion More Than 2007

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Tuesday, February 10, 2015 3:12 AM

Central bankers still have not figured out the absurdity of their efforts to cure deflation via low interest rates. By forcing down interest rates and encouraging more lending, debts of all sorts keep piling up with no realistic way of paying those debts […]

Obama: “America Is Poised For Another Good Year”

shtfplan.com / by Mac Slavo / February 6th, 2015

In a speech at Ivy Tech Community Collage in Indiana President Obama couldn’t have been more proud of the work he’s accomplished over the last several years. Citing official statistics like lower deficits and higher employment he says that 2015 is going to be a […]

Negative Interest Rates: Capital’s Reproduction Problem

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 5, 2015

The Great Financial Crisis lingers. The fact that the world economy continues to grow does not change that fact. There are different lenses from which one can view the crisis and seek to understand its implications. We are drawn to a lens that was central […]

How The ISM Beat Expectations: It Assumed January Weather Was Worse Than The Polar Vortex

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/04/2015 12:55

Earlier today, when the Markit PMI and the ISM non-manufacturing data disagreed violently over a key aspect of the economy, namely that according to the first, the all important, forward-looking New Orders had dropped to the lowest since the great financial crisis, while according to the […]

Trying to Wrap Your Head around the SNB and Denmark?

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / February 2, 2015

When the Swiss National Bank lifted its cap on the franc, many thought they understood the message. It had reached the end of its rope. Some suggested the ownership structure of the SNB (owned by the Swiss cantons and individuals vs the stock exchange) opposed a […]

Oil Price Soars, Rig Count Plunges Worst Ever, But Bloodletting Just Beginning

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / January 30, 2015

The oil industry is dead-serious when it talks about slashing operating costs and capital expenditures. It has to. Preserving cash is suddenly a priority, after years when money was growing on trees.

In the US, the cost cutting has reached frenetic levels. One place where it […]

Birth Pangs Of The Coming Great Depression

theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / January 29th, 2015

The signs of the times are everywhere – all you have to do is open up your eyes and look at them. When a pregnant woman first goes into labor, the birth pangs are usually fairly moderate and are not that close together. But as […]

Russia buys record amounts of gold

gata.org / By Henry Sanderson / Thursday, January 29, 2015

Russia accounted for about one-third of central banks’ gold purchases last year as the country spent more on the metal than at any time since the break-up of the Soviet Union amid escalating tensions with the west and a collapse in the value of […]

Eurozone Deflation Ties Post-Lehman Record, Worse Than Expected

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/30/2015 07:49 -0500

With every central bank scrambling to export deflation, and with the Saudis doing everything in their power to definancialize crude as an investment asset and destroy the US shale patch, it is probably no surprise that the ECB is utterly hopeless to prevent Europe from sliding […]

Don’t Lose the Forest for the Trees: Dollar Rally Still in Early Days

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 21, 2015

Many investors appear to have lost their bearings. It is as if the proverbial rug has been pulled from beneath their feet. Last week’s bolt from the blue by the Swiss National Bank is simply the latest in a string of significant surprises. The decline […]

Fracking — A New Bubble for a New Year

mises.org / Mark Abdelnour / JANUARY 22, 2015

Another year is under way, and we are in the midst of yet another central bank-induced credit bubble. This time, the culprit is shaping up to be the oil and gas industry. Hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” has seen a marked rise in usage in the United […]

What the Heck Is Happening to US Manufacturing?

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • January 21, 2015

The worst month in the Southeast since the Financial Crisis.

Despite President Obama’s emphatic assurances in the State of the Union Address that “our economy is growing and creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999,” there have recently been some uncomfortable squiggles, so to […]

Look Who’s Dragging Down the Global Economy Though No One Is Allowed to Say it

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter • January 20, 2015

“A bit of inequality is good as it creates incentives for hard work and rewards entrepreneurship,” explained Mohamed El-Erian, Chief Economic Advisor of Allianz and former CEO of PIMCO. “Lots of inequality is bad, disenfranchises segments of society, and erodes the social fabric,” he said, joining […]