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Gold Investment “Compelling” As Fed May “Kill The Business Cycle”

goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / September 21, 2017

Gold Investment “Compelling” As Fed Likely To Create Next Recession

– Is the Fed about to kill the business cycle? – 16 out of 19 rate-hike cycles in past 100 years ended in recession – Total global debt at all time high – see chart […]

This $700 Billion Public Employee Ticking Time Bomb Is Only 6.7% Funded; Most States Are Under 1%

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 20, 2017

We’ve spent a lot of time of late discussing the inevitable public pension crisis that will eventually wreak havoc on global financial markets. And while the scale of the public pension underfunding is unprecedented, with estimates ranging from $3 – $8 trillion, there is another […]

Quiet Tuesday, Follow the Leader

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 19, 2017

Politics seems to dominate the talking points today. Boris Johnson’s weekend op-ed has been rejected by May, and there is talk that Johnson may resign or fired. Sterling is consolidating after pulling back yesterday. Carney said that if the UK does hike it will be […]

Stocks Panic-Bid At Cash Open As VIX Crushed To 9 Handle

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 18, 2017

…because nothing says “sell protection” or “cover hedges” like a warmongering Trump addressing The UN and a clueless Fed set to announce balance sheet normalization…

US equity markets are open… Sell VIX Mortimer, Sell!

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Trump’s Top Economics Guy Just Signaled the Next MAJOR Trend For the Markets

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / September 15, 2017

Back in January 2017, we predicted that 2017 would be a year of a $USD collapse. At that time it was obvious to us, plain as day, that the Trump administration would want a weak $USD in order to implement its economic policies.

We weren’t just saying […]

Meanwhile, In Lithium Markets…

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 15, 2017

The last week – since China unveiled its hypocritical plan to ban petrol cars – has seen record inflows into Lithium-related funds.

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Trading volumes have exploded higher and prices for LIT (the Lithium and Battery Tech ETF) are back to near 6 year highs.

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Short Note Ahead of the Weekend

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 15, 2017

(Sporadic updates continue as the first of two-week business trip winds down) North Korea missile launch failed to have much impact in the capital markets. The missile apparently flew the furthest yet, demonstrating its ability to hit Guam. However, there was not an immediate response […]

Outlook for the dollar price of gold

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / September 14, 2017

Now that gold has become overbought on Comex, the price is vulnerable to being trashed, yet again, by the too-big-to-fail banks. It is a familiar operation in gold futures markets, where speculators buying contracts protect themselves with stop-losses.

All the TBTF banks need is a […]

Bill Blain Crawls Back Into His Pit: “There Is Apparently Nothing To Worry About”

zerohedge.com / by Bill Blain of Mint Partners / Sep 14, 2017

What do we know different this morning?

There is apparently nothing to worry about. Everything is coming up roses. These are not the droids you are looking for – says my market guru Steve Previs. All the old market bears, like […]

“It’s Not Worth Fighting” – Hedge Funds Are Dumping Their China Shorts

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 12, 2017

Pretty soon, China bears will be as rare as the Giant Panda.

At least that’s what Bloomberg suggested in a story about how Chinese markets have continued to defy proclamations that country’s economy would soon collapse in an avalanche of bad debt, exposing rampant corporate […]

Catalonia’s Independence Showdown Nears, Investors Fret

wolfstreet.com / by Don Quijones / Sep 12, 2017

The more Spain’s government tries to pummel Catalonia into compliance, the more separatists it will create.

After years of simmering tensions, the biggest showdown yet between Barcelona and Madrid appears to be just weeks away. On Oct 1, the regional government of Catalonia plans […]

How the Pros Know When Markets Will Tank

wallstreetexaminer.com / by D.R. Barton, Jr. / September 12, 2017

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Money Morning. To view original,click here. Reposted with permission.

Last week I mentioned how concerned analysts and journalists were at the “advanced” age of this eight-year, six-month-old bull market – though, in fairness, these same folks were […]

“Things Have Been Going Up For Too Long”

investmentresearchdynamics.com / Dave Kranzler / September 12, 2017

I have to believe that the Fed injected a large amount of liquidity into the financial system on Sunday evening. The 1.08% jump in the S&P 500, given the fundamental backdrop of economic, financial and geopolitical news should be driving the stock market relentlessly lower. The amount […]

Shares of the Swiss National Bank Soar 64% in Two Months

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Sep 11, 2017

What the heck is going on?

The central bank of Switzerland has become a huge hedge fund since it decided in January 2015 to print Swiss francs — for which there is huge global demand — and sell these freshly created francs to buy […]

Forget Pullbacks, China Guaranteeing Epic Bull Markets In Gold & Silver

kingworldnews.com / September 11, 2017

Today one of the greats in the business told King World News that investors should ignore volatility in precious metals because China is guaranteeing epic bull markets in gold and silver.

Dr. Stephen Leeb: “The last few weeks have certainly had their share of headlines that inspire thoughts […]

Quant Fund Run By Three 20-Somethings Trades $1 Billion A Day

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 7, 2017

Financial markets are increasingly being dominated by quantitative and passive traders (even as quant forms have underperformed this year).

We highlighted this dichotomy earlier this year in a post titled “Quants Dominate The Market; Unexpectedly They Are Also Badly Underperforming It:”

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“Two days […]

BofA: Even The Bubbles Are Becoming More “Bubbly” Thanks To Central Banks

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 5, 2017

Back in June, Citi’s credit strategist Hans Lorenzen pointed out that while QE had failed to spark inflation across the broader economy, it had achieved something else: “the principal transmission channel to the real economy has been… lifting asset prices.” That however has required […]

What Will Markets Do if Congress Pushes US into Default? And “Trump Nationalism” Faces the Globalist System

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / Sep 4, 2017

Here I am with radio host Jim Goddard on This Week in Money, holding forth on the chances that Congress won’t raise the debt ceiling in time and will push the US into default — if it does, “curl up into a fetal position and […]

North Korea’s H-Bomb Rattles Monday’s Markets

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 5, 2017

North Korea’s apparent test of a hydrogen bomb spurred a quick and fairly predictable response by investors, given that the US market was closed for the Labor Day holiday. The funding currencies, like the yen and Swiss franc, were bought back, gold rallied, and equities […]

Gold Pops, Stocks Drop As Futures Open After Korean Chaos

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Sep 3, 2017

In an echo of last week’s move following North Korea’s teating of missiles across Japan’s territory, futures markets are opening in a decidedly risk-off mannwr following North Korea’s “hydrogen bomb” test. Dow Futs down 100 points, Gold jumping and Treasury bonds bid…

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All major […]

INVESTORS RETURN: U.S. Silver Eagle Sales Surge Over Past Two Days

srsroccoreport.com / Steve St. Angelo / AUGUST 31, 2017

While interest and sentiment in the precious metals have been depressed compared to the preceding month, this all changed during the past few days. This trend change is particularly the case for silver. Even though Silver Eagle sales have been much weaker this year, positive […]

Manufacturing PMIs, US Jobs, and Implications of Harvey

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / September 1, 2017

As the markets head into the weekend, global equities are firmer, benchmark 10-year yields are mostly lower, and the dollar is consolidating after North American pared the greenback’s gains yesterday. Manufacturing PMIs from China, EMU, and the UK have been reported, while in the US, […]

Thanks to Markets, Houston’s Disaster Isn’t as Bad as it Might Have Been

mises.org / Christopher Westley / August 31, 2017

A political economy of natural disasters does not exactly exist yet. There are no classes in it that I know of. A dearth of writing attempts to define it. Yet, some of its lessons cry out following Hurricane Harvey’s wall banger into the coast of Texas.

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Six global banks join forces to create digital currency

gata.org / By Martin Arnold / Thursday, August 31, 2017

Six of the world’s biggest banks have joined a project to create a new form of digital cash that they hope to launch next year for clearing and settling financial transactions over blockchain, the technology underpinning bitcoin.

Barclays, Credit Suisse, Canadian Imperial Bank of […]

US Dollar Recovery Extended

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / August 30, 2017

The US dollar recovery that began in North American yesterday continued to in Asia and Europe. The geopolitical anxiety sparked by North Korea’s missile over Japan subsided. The US response was seen as measured and tempered. North Korea indicated that the missile test was to […]