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Central Bank Polices Disrupt Our Ability to Assess Risk

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / AUGUST 15, 2017

When central banks manipulate interest rates, they disrupt normal patterns of savings and investment. They pump up economic bubbles that ultimately pop and kick off economic crashes. We saw this vividly in the 2008 financial crisis. Low interest rates, along with government policies, encouraged unsustainable investment in […]

US dollar’s fall could become a self-fulfilling prophecy

gata.org / By Neal Kimberley / Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Evidence of rising Asian central bank reserves could be the catalyst for another leg down in the US dollar. The currency markets may rationally conclude and react to the notion that such accruals will be accompanied by reserve diversification, as the central banks sell […]

Money Laundering Scandal at Australia’s Largest Bank Triggers Another Call for Ban of Cash

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / August 14, 2017

Ian Narev, the CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), the nation’s largest bank is set to step down amid money laundering charges.

Money laundering is big business in Australia because regulations do not cover lawyers, real estate agents, accountants, and CEOs ignoring warnings from […]

Shocking Admission From Global Head Of Strategy: “Our Clients Have Given Up On Valuation As A Metric”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 13, 2017 5:02 PM

For all the recent concerns about an “imminent” nuclear war with North Korea (not happening, according to the head of the CIA), which prompted a stunned reaction from Morgan Stanley which earlier today observed the “70% rise in the VIX index over three […]

Bullard, Evans, Dudley and Gold

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / AUGUST 11, 2017

This week, a few FOMC members delivered speeches. What do they imply for the gold market?

On Monday, James Bullard, St. Louis Fed President, said that the low inflation may not be temporary, so the Fed can leave interest rates unchanged:

“The current level of the policy […]

“Mystery” Central Bank Buyer Revealed: SNB Now Owns A Record $84 Billion In US Stocks

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 9, 2017 11:13 AM

In the second quarter of the year, one in which unlike in Q1 fund flows showed a persistent and perplexing outflow from US stocks and into European and Emerging Markets, a trading desk rumor emerged that even as institutional traders dumped stocks and […]

Former Central Banker Comes Clean: The Bond Bubble is About to Burst

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / August 7, 2017

There’s a strange thing about Central Bankers…

When they are working at a Central Bank, they never see financial problems, even if said problems are both MASSIVE and obvious.

As Fed Chair in 1999, Alan Greenspan claimed it was impossible to know if stocks were in […]

Can Switzerland Survive Today’s Assault on Cash and Sound Money?

mises.org / Marcia Christoff-Kurapovna / August 7, 2017

“Switzerland will have the last word,” wrote Victor Hugo in the late 19th century. “It possesses one of the most perfect forms of government in the world.” A contemporary of his, Frederick Kuenzli, a scholar of the Swiss Army, boasted: “No purer type of Republican ideals, […]

“Inflate or Die,” Peak Silver and Gold’s Coming Breakout

news.goldseek.com / By Gary Christenson / Sunday, 6 August 2017

“Inflate or die” was Richard Russell’s characterization of our economic system and the central bank response to most problems during the past three decades.

INFLATE THE CURRENCY SUPPLY! Examine the currency supply as measured by M3 and reported by the St. Louis Fed.

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Non-cycle Auto Paralysis

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider via f Alhambra Investments / August 2, 2017

In December 2015, automakers were still riding high. Auto sales that year were to be another record, both in terms of units as well as dollars. Americans had spent about $437 billion on new vehicles in those twelve months, up […]

Izabella Kaminska: Crypto-currencies are mirroring pre-crash banking systems

gata.org / By Izabella Kaminska via Financial Times, London / August 1, 2017

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When bitcoin, the crypto currency, first arrived on the scene in 2009 it sold itself on a simple principle.

Unlike central bank money, the supply of which could be expanded on the whim of a non-democratically elected committee, bitcoin’s supply would […]

Our Brave New ”’Markets”’

peakprosperity.com / by Chris Martenson / Friday, July 28, 2017

One thing is clear: These aren’t your daddy’s markets anymore.

Why? Because about 10 years ago the Rise of the Machines (aka high frequency trading algorithms) completely altered the terrain of what we call the ‘capital markets.’

Let’s look at this as a before […]

Money Is Money, Wherever It Comes From

dollarcollapse.com / JULY 25, 2017

One of the crucial things to understand about today’s world is that money is fungible. Whether it’s created in Japan, Europe, China or the US, once it’s tossed by a central bank into one or another part of the global economy, it eventually finds its way to a common pool […]

One Trader Fears The End Of The “Heads I Win, Tails I Win” Market As Central Bank Credibility Crashes

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 24, 2017 9:01 AM

We’re all experts in identifying the problems (and who is to blame), but thanks to the endless intervention of central banks, former fund manager Richard Breslow warns we’ve given up looking for solutions. Why bother looking for solutions when there’s always some ‘greater […]

SWOT Analysis: Silver In the Spotlight

silverseek.com / Frank Holmes / July 24, 2017

Strengths

The best performing precious metal for the week was silver, up 3.34 percent as investors loaded up on ETFs that purchase the physical metal, perhaps speculating that silver would outperform gold if the latter rallied. Gold traders and analysts remained bullish this week, for the […]

Did The Dutch Central Bank Lie About Its Gold Bar List?

bullionstar.com / by Koos Jansen / 23 Jul 2017

Head of the Financial Markets Division of the Dutch central bank, Aerdt Houben, stated in an interview for newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad published in October 2016 that releasing a bar list of the Dutch official gold reserves “would cost hundreds of thousands of euros”. In […]

How can the Fed possibly unwind QE?

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / July 20, 2017

There are currently two important items on the Fed’s wish list. The first is to restore interest rates to more normal levels, and the second is to unwind the Fed’s balance sheet, which has expanded since the great financial crisis, principally through quantitative easing (QE). Is […]

ECB Game Day

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 20, 2017

The US dollar is enjoying a firmer tone against the major currencies today. It does not appear to be simply position adjustments ahead of the ECB meeting. Consider that Australia reported strong employment data, and after making new highs, reaching almost $0.8000, it has reversed […]

Don’t Be Fooled – The Federal Reserve Will Continue Rate Hikes Despite Crisis

alt-market.com / Brandon Smith / Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Though stock markets in general are meaningless and indicate nothing in terms of the health of the economy they still function as a form of hypnosis, or a kind of Pavlovian mechanism; a tool that central bankers can use to keep a population servile […]

Have Bundesbank Agents Infiltrated the Fed?

financialsense.com / PAUL KASRIEL / 07/17/2017

Germany’s central bank is the Bundesbank. Prior to the commencement of trading of the euro in January 1999, the Bundesbank conducted Germany’s monetary policy. The Bundesbank has a reputation for pursuing general price-level stability above all else. You might say that the Bundesbank has inflation phobia. The reason […]

PRECIOUS METALS SECTOR update – the BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY SINCE LATE 2015, and the LAST CHANCE AT THESE PRICES…

clivemaund.com / Clive Maund / Saturday, July 15, 2017

We’ve had to wait 18 months for an opportunity as big as the one we saw late in 2015 to appear again in the Precious Metals sector. “Wait a minute”, I hear you say, “prices were generally lower back then at that low than they are […]

Prepare for Turbulence

Photo: Monica Muller via Flickr

mauldineconomics.com / BY JOHN MAULDIN / JULY 9, 2017

“The job of the central bank is to worry.”

– Alice Rivlin

“The central bank needs to be able to make policy without short-term political concerns.”

– Ben Bernanke

“… from the standpoint of the overall economy, my bottom line […]

Week Ahead: Bank of Canada, US CPI, and UK Labor Update Featured

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / July 9, 2017

On June 26, the 10-year generic German yield closed at 24.5 basis points. It finished last week a little over 57 basis points. The similar Italian yield has risen 45 basis points to 2.05%. The short-end of the yield curve is constrained by the negative […]

Iraqi Prime Minister Declares Mosul “Liberated” From The Islamic State

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 9, 2017

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in Mosul on Sunday to announce the city’s “liberation” from the Islamic State, and to congratulate the Iraqi armed forces and people on their “victory” in the city after nearly nine months of urban warfare, and bringing an end […]

“Who Moved My Punch Bowl?”- Morgan Stanley Says A Repricing Of The “Central Bank Put” Is Imminent

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 9, 2017

Some potentially displeasing “Sunday Start” thoughts to market bulls, from Chetan Ahya, Morgan Stanley’s global co-head of economics, who warns that in light of the recent “hawkish tilt” by central banks, the message is clear: “central banks are more watchful of financial stability risks: It […]