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The Mysterious Janet Yellen Plus The Retail Sales Data Farce

investmentresearchdynamics.com / Dave Kranzler / February 12, 2016

Retail sales for January were published by the Government’s Commerce Department today. They show an alleged .2% gain for January over December and a 3.5% gain from January 2015. Nothwithstanding the fact that these numbers are estimates based on highly questionable data samples, these numbers do not […]

Americans’ “Deflationary Mindset” Has Never Been Stronger

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/12/2016 10:20

Having already warned of a “deflationary mindset,” today’s University of Michigan Confidence data suggests Americans are falling deeper into dis-inflation territory. Today’s headline tumble in confidence to 4-month lows, with “hope” dropping to 6-month lows is dominated by the plunge in 5-10 year inflation expectations to […]

Is the Gold Price Manipulated? Part II

news.goldseek.com / By: Arkadiusz Sieron / 12 February 2016

One of the main arguments for the systematic suppression of the gold price says that governments and central banks try to stop gold being the canary in the inflationary mine. We have problems with this view.

First, there are many other indicators of inflation, like official […]

Inflation Expectations Plunge: What, Me Worry?

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / February 10, 2016

Fed chair Janet Yellen keeps repeating the mantra “inflation expectations are well anchored”.

They’re not, and I can prove it with a pair of chart on 5-year and 10-year “breakeven” interest rates. The breakeven rate is the difference in yield between inflation-protected and nominal debt […]

Silver, Gold, the Argentina Peso & Exponentially Increasing Prices

goldsilverworlds.com / Gary Christenson / February 9, 2016

The exchange rate between the Argentina Peso and the US dollar in January 1945 was 4.17 pesos to one dollar. Like the United States, Argentina created substantial price inflation – devaluation of their currency – in the 1950s – 1990s.

According to Wikipedia Argentina devalued their […]

Inflation Expectations Around The Globe Just Hit Record Lows

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/10/2016 15:10

Having seen what monetary-policy failure looks like in Japan.. and in the US, we now turn our attention to the world. Amid NIRP temptations, growth fears, and faltering faith in central banker control, market-implied inflation expectations have collapsed to record lows. Worse still, even The […]

Prospects for Precious Metals

news.goldseek.com / By: Market Anthropology / 10 February 2016

On the heels of last weeks sharp recovery, the Japanese yen has continued to climb out of the broad base carved over the past year, making fresh 14 month highs and leading the currency charge against the US dollar. Worth noting, Monday’s close marked the first […]

What Janet Yellen Could Say Tomorrow To Unleash A Market Surge

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/09/2016 21:55 -0500

While the markets have been generally lacklustre in the past two days, much of the enthusiasm associated with the last hour spike on both Monday and Tuesday had to do with optimism involving a significant relent by Janet Yellen during her semi-annual 2-day testimony in […]

Goldman still sees $1000 Gold in 2016

truthingold.com / February 9, 2016

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is no believer in gold’s rally, predicting losses over the coming year as the Federal Reserve increases U.S. interest rates no fewer than three times. Futures dropped.

“Our economics team forecasts that the Fed will raise rates by 25 basis points three times this calendar year, […]

Why Japan Went NIRP: QQE Was A Colossal Failure——Real Household Income Has Plunged 7.1%

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / February 8, 2016

When real household spending fell by 4.6% in April 2014 it was cause for concern. That was the first month after the tax hike hit and the decline in spending was much larger than anticipated (by economists, at least). Despite the heavy toll, Bank of […]

The probability of negative U.S. rates is on the rise

gata.org / By Alexandra Scaggs / Monday, February 8, 2016

Global central banks have opened the door to negative U.S. interest rates, in Wall Street’s view.

After the Bank of Japan cut some rates below zero last month to spur growth and inflation, strategists are weighing the Federal Reserve’s options in case of a […]

Gold Beats Stocks?

merkinvestments.com / Axel Merk / February 3, 2016

“Stocks beat gold in the long run!” is a ‘rallying cry’ to buy stocks we have heard lately that gets me riled up. It’s upsetting to me for two reasons: first, an out of context comparison, in my opinion, misguides investors. It might be the wrong […]

END OF THE FED: IT CAN’T DO ANY OF THE THINGS IT’S SUPPOSED TO DO

dollarvigilante.com / ED BUGOS / FEBRUARY 4, 2016

Janet Yellen has been in the news with her often-stated determination to create price inflation.

Why Fed officials are so scared to death of the deflation we all look for at the shopping mall each weekend is anybody’s guess. Ours is that it keeps the […]

“Recovery” Fable Unravels As BOE Cuts Growth Forecast, Eurozone Slashes Inflation Outlook

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 02/04/2016 10:01

As you might have noticed, the “recovery” story is starting to fall apart.

Central banks across the globe are running out of excuses for why trillions upon trillions in global QE have been an abject failure when it comes to resuscitating global demand and trade.

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Gold to beat stocks?

truthingold.com / February 3, 2016 at 16:05

“Stocks beat gold in the long run!” is a ‘rallying cry’ to buy stocks we have heard lately that gets me riled up. It’s upsetting to me for two reasons: first, an out of context comparison, in my opinion, misguides investors. It might be the wrong assertion […]

Wage Inflation Claims Keep Flunking the Laugh Test

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Alan Tonelson • February 3, 2016

Amid the excitement of last week’s Iowa Caucus homestretch, it was easy to overlook the Labor Department’s release of new data on overall U.S. pay levels. Even so, they deserved attention, because they represent yet another set of full-year 2015 figures that offer an unusually informative […]

WMD – Weapons of Mass Destruction

goldsilverworlds.com / Gary Christenson / February 2, 2016

“WMD” also is “Wasteful Monetary Devastation.”

WASTEFUL: We all know that governments spend money in wasteful ways and compensate with higher taxes, deficits, huge debt, “printed currencies” and inflation. “Bridges to nowhere,” various wars, and “giveaways” benefit a few at the expense of many.

MONETARY: Printing […]

How to Profit from the Fed’s Worst Mistake Ever

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Peter Krauth • February 2, 2016

There’s almost nothing the Fed won’t do to try and reach its official 2% inflation target, and as we saw once again at the FOMC meeting last week, nothing they’ve tried so far has worked.

But the central bank made a far worse, “classic” policy […]

ALERT: Peter Boockvar – We Haven’t Seen Real Chaos Yet, But It’s Coming And Gold Is Going To Skyrocket

kingworldnews.com / February 01, 2016

With the price of oil plunging more than 6 percent and the Shanghai Index hitting new lows overnight, today Peter Boockvar warned King World News that we haven’t seen real chaos yet, but it’s coming and gold is going to skyrocket.

Eric King: “Peter, the game plan is for the […]

Emerging Market Preview: Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / Dr. Win Thin

As we suspected, the current EM bounce still has some legs. The BOJ’s surprise easing helped EM and risk end on last week on a strong note, and we expect that to carry over into this week. Within EM, we will start to see the […]

A Norwegian Gold Allocation Would Counter Sovereign Incompetence Risk

zerohedge.com / by Alexander Grover in Oslo, Norway / 01/31/2016 09:13

A Norwegian Gold Allocation Would Counter Sovereign Incompetence Risk

The Norwegian Oil Fund (The Government Pension Fund) or “The Fund” belongs to the Norwegian people, investing surpluses from domestic oil activity. NBIM (Norges Bank Investment Management), established in 1990 by the Norwegian Parliament, […]

The Q4 GDP Report——Yellen’s Cronkite Moment

davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider via ALHAMBRA PARTNERS / January 30, 2016

Fourth quarter GDP was estimate at just +0.68906% Q/Q in its advance statement. There is no more “residual seasonality” left with which to obfuscate the deficiency in 2015; the year ended as it had begun, under great suspicion. Unlike most economic context […]

Japan: No, That Won’t Work

market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2016-01-31

Friday’s rally was inspired by the BOJ going to “negative” interest rates — not for deposits, but for “excess reserves” that the banks hold at the JCB.

Of course the central bank can’t mandate a rate for deposits, but no commercial bank can pay a rate much beyond […]

Legend Shares The Most Frightening Chart In The World

kingworldnews.com / January 30, 2016

Today the man who oversees more than $155 billion shared the most frightening chart in the world.

Rob Arnott: “One of the things that’s gotten very little attention is that shipping rates, freight rates, are down 97 percent from their highs. It costs next to nothing to ship things globally, […]

Doug Noland’s Credit Bubble Bulletin: About Resuscitation and Reinstatement

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Doug Noland via CREDIT BUBBLE BULLETIN / January 30, 2016

“Shock and awe” is not quite what it used to be. It still carries a punch, especially for traders long the Japanese yen or short EM and stocks. The yen surged 2% against the dollar (more vs. EM) Friday on the Bank […]