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  • newMarket Talk- December 13, 2018
    A solid day for the Asian region with gains of 1.25% for core Shanghai and the Hang Seng and was closely mirrored by the Nikkei (+1%). Continued optimism surrounding the China-US trade negotiations is restoring confidence, as the constructive headlin…
    - 3 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 11:12pm -
  • newGerman Yields Decline for Lack of Confidence or Expectation of Lower Rates at the Fed?
    QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Do you agree with Bloomberg that the yield on German bunds has declined in anticipation of the Fed lowering rates? JV ANSWER: No  The falling yields on German government debt is simply intensifying the trade to buy German a…
    - 21 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 5:09am -
  • newDeutsche bank to Merge with Commerzbank Bank
    Deutsche Bank is in crisis and everyone has known that. Its derivative book is hard to quantify what is the real net bottom line. The only bank it could have been merged with was BNP but that was French and they cannot allow cross-border capital flow…
    - 21 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 5:04am -
  • newThe Fate of All Municipal Governments – Look to Peoria, Illinois
    The governmental system we have is totally corrupt and it outright UNSUSTAINABLE!!!! In Illinois, the city of Peoria has been forced to eliminate 22 firefighter and 16 police positions even after they made 27 layoffs earlier this year. Besides elimi…
    - 22 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 5:01am -
  • Market Talk- December 12, 2018
    The, eventually, positive tone from the US markets were helpful for the Asian opening. However, talk that China and the USA are progressing on the trade talks was really what gave the whole region confidence. All core opened well with little sign of…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 4:52pm -
  • Custodial Risk
    QUESTION: I have been a reader for 10+ year, Socrates subs and reg for Orlando WEC. Thank you and as a Veteran, I admire your courage and service. Ques: Under Dodd-Franks & Bail-In & Bankruptcy Priority; and, due to the Global Debt Crisis, is there a…
    - 2 days ago 12 Dec 18, 5:06am -
  • The First BREXIT – 260AD
    QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, thank you for your excellent commentary. Could you comment on the monetary system in Britain during the period following Rome’s waterfall event? I would be especially interested in the period following the capture of Valer…
    - 2 days ago 12 Dec 18, 5:03am -
  • Michael Avenatti is Ordered to Pay almost $300,000 in Fees to Trump as Case is Dismissed
      A California federal judge has awarded attorneys for President Donald Trump nearly $300,000 in fees for Michael Avenatti and his failed defamation claim brought by porn star Stormy Daniels for which he raised $600,000. U.S. District Judge S. Jame…
    - 2 days ago 12 Dec 18, 5:01am -
  • The Abuse of Prosecutor Discretion Is a Real Crisis
    QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; your explanation of Cohen’s plea is the most authoritative I have read. In other words, even Comey violated this statute by coming out to exonerate Hillary during the election since that was something of value and was inten…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 2:00pm -
  • Market Talk- December 11, 2018
    Following Wall Streets whippy session and especially their strong afternoon rally, many expected Asia to open firm. However, that was not what we saw and probably supports the view that capital is US bound. Australia did open higher but was almost ba…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 1:04pm -

David Stockman

Wolf Street

Dollar Collapse

  • Breaking News/Best Of The Web
    ECB ends asset purchases, warns of slowing economy … Daily Reckoning: Will Trump survive the “debt super-cycle”? … New York Times: Are you ready for the financial crisis of 2019? … Gold and silver up on dovish Fed news, heading for “perfe…
    - 1 day ago 13 Dec 18, 2:20am -
  • Top Ten Videos — December 11
    Max and Stacey on “the disintegrating American Empire” … Doug Noland: “The global bubble has been pierced” … Rick Rule: Gold mining is “heading back into a mergers and acquisition cycle” … Michael Pento: Prepare for “radical infla…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 12:15am -
  • The World’s Biggest Hedge Fund Is Getting Whacked, And Why “Moneyness” Matters
    A few years ago the Swiss National Bank (SNB) – which traditionally held “monetary assets” like government bonds, cash and gold to back up the Swiss franc — decided to branch out into common stocks. This was a departure, but for a while a bri…
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 18, 7:03pm -
  • Yet Another Trillion-Dollar Unfunded Liability: WHY California Is Burning
    The apocalyptic fires that hit California last month have left observers scratching their heads and wondering how destruction on that scale could be possible – and how much it will cost in the future if the causes aren’t addressed immediately. Th…
    - 5 days ago 8 Dec 18, 11:20pm -
  • Why We’re Ungovernable, Part 17: In Latin America, Soaring Population + Soaring Debt = “Brutal Justice”
    There are two ways of looking at the intersection of debt and population. One way says that if debt is rising population should also rise to allow future workers to pay for the retirement of today’s. More people thus make debt easier to manage. The…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 18, 8:31pm -
  • Empty Words Are Failing. A Timeline For What Comes Next
    A quick recap of the past couple of months: Stocks plunge. The politicians, bureaucrats and bankers who depend on artificially-elevated financial asset prices start to panic. The Fed announces that maybe it won’t have to raise interest rates any mo…
    - 9 days ago 4 Dec 18, 5:36pm -
  • Why We’re Ungovernable, Part 16: France On Fire
    Back in 2017, when some countries were handing power to populists promising variations of “drain the swamp,” France went for continuity with Emmanuel Macron, a young, moderate-sounding technocrat from the world of finance who promised to moderniz…
    - 11 days ago 2 Dec 18, 9:40pm -
  • Home Sales Plunge, Trade Deficit Spikes, Fed Blinks
    Looks like we just hit an inflection point. So far this morning: U.S. new home sales drop to more than 2-1/2-year low (Reuters) – Sales of new U.S. single-family homes tumbled to a more than 2-1/2-year low in October amid sharp declines in all four…
    - 15 days ago 28 Nov 18, 6:42pm -
  • The Cost Of Insurance Is About To Jump
    The argument over whether we’re in for global warming or global cooling and whether what’s coming is natural or human-made is fun but totally irrelevant from a financial perspective. The fact is that for whatever reason and in whatever direction,…
    - 16 days ago 27 Nov 18, 6:06pm -
  • Has This Become A “Short Everything In Sight” Market?
    One of the strangest things about this strangest-ever expansion has been the way pretty much everything went up. Stocks, bonds, real estate, art, oil – some of which have historically negative correlations with others — all rose more-or-less in l…
    - 18 days ago 25 Nov 18, 5:22pm -


Money Game

Max Keiser

The Market Ticker

  • The Market Ticker - The US Government Is No Longer Legitimate
    Senator Rand Paul previously announced intent to file a bill that, among other things, would make legal price-fixing and collusion in the medical industry.The text of that bill is now available:(a) Application of the Federal Antitrust Laws to Healt…
    - 7 Feb 17, 7:19pm -
  • The Market Ticker - You Won't, But You Damn Well Better
    Get up, go in front of your mirror, strip.What do you see?A belly?  A fat ass?Be honest.  There's nobody there but you.  No, all bodies are not beautiful.  You're either somewhat normal for a human, you're thin as a rail or you're a fat fuck.Ha…
    - 7 Feb 17, 3:13pm -
  • The Market Ticker - Gee, Ya Think?
    What more needs to be said?In Bangalore, India, heart surgeons perform daily state-of-the-art heart surgery on adults and children at an average cost of $1,800. For the record, that’s about 2% of the $90,000 that the average heart surgery costs in…
    - 5 Feb 17, 4:23pm -
  • The Market Ticker - OK, So What About Spamazon And Facesucker
    Let's do Amazon first, all quarter compared against comparable.Product sales up 15%, net-net.  However, cost of fulfillment was up 25.8%, or damn close to double the product sales increase.  G&A expense was up 83.9%, or damn close to a double…
    - 3 Feb 17, 5:26pm -
  • The Market Ticker - Employment: LIES, All LIES!
    Wow, man, +227,000 employment screams the Bureau of Lies and Scams.Uh huh.  Sure.Ok, ok, the ADP report was strong too.  But if there's something to take from this report and the market's reaction (which was a bit muted) it's short everything.  T…
    - 3 Feb 17, 2:09pm -
  • The Market Ticker - H1b Abuse And Reform: Destroy Those Who Speak Against
    There's a polemic going around that the "reform" we need with H1b visas, which are issued to "smart people" from other nations, is to greatly increase their numbers.That is a damned lie.The H1b allegedly allows employers to fill jobs that there ar…
    - 2 Feb 17, 7:49pm -
  • The Market Ticker - Quit Blowing The President
    It seems some of you folks think that Trump "somehow" said he was going to help you with drug costs (a component of medical care, but only about 15% of the problem.)In fact there are some bloggers out there who are trying to find something "good"…
    - 1 Feb 17, 8:28pm -

Sovereign Man

  • newThe boogeyman is coming for you… no matter where in the world you are
    The anti-terrorism unit suited up. This was an international affair… a deal between the USA and New Zealand, two members of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance. Helicopters, tactical suits, high caliber firearms—the whole shebang. They busted in…
    - 8 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 6:32pm -
  • Steve Jobs and the secret to investing in public markets
    One of the most brilliant businessmen of our time decided to do nothing. In 1997, after being kicked out of his own company, Steve Jobs took back the reins of Apple. At the time, Apple had less than 4% of the personal computer market. And the market…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 4:25pm -
  • What do the Paris riots and Japan’s lack of sex have in common?
    The thick black smoke… the smell of burning rubber… overturned smoldering cars. Looters smashed out shop windows and took whatever they could carry away. Ancient landmarks were desecrated. Soldiers patrolled the wreckage as tanks are parked on th…
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 18, 5:24pm -
  • This beautiful country is in crisis again, offering CHEAP living + a FAST passport
    Last year, when Argentina offered a 100-year bond, I argued it was plain insanity. Argentina sold $2.75 billion of the debt… but the issue was nearly four times oversubscribed. How could investors place so much faith in a country that spent most of…
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 18, 4:44pm -
  • I thought this deal was ABSURD, but pensions are piling in…
    We have been talking about the pension crisis for years now. It’s without a doubt one of the biggest, financial disasters. These pools of capital, responsible for paying out retirement benefits, are terribly underfunded. So anyone depending on a pe…
    - 6 days ago 7 Dec 18, 3:26pm -
  • This banking scandal is awful… even for Wells Fargo
    I guess none of this should surprise me anymore. Our old friends at Wells Fargo are involved in yet another banking scandal. And this one is really bad… people wrongfully lost their homes and ended up on the street. But before I get into the detail…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 18, 3:35pm -
  • Why buy gold now? Because I don’t know
    From 2000 through 2012, the price of gold increased every year, rising from around $280 an ounce to nearly $1,700. It was an unprecedented run. Then, in 2013, gold took a nose dive, losing over 27% of its value. It was widely reported that the Swiss…
    - 8 days ago 5 Dec 18, 5:28pm -
  • Lenin would be so proud
    Several years ago back in 2004-2006, if you had a pulse, you could borrow money from a bank to buy a house. In fact, bank lending standards were so loose back then that there were some infamous cases of people who DIDN’T have a pulse who were still…
    - 9 days ago 4 Dec 18, 5:27pm -
  • Government now wants to seize your car for going 5 MPH over the limit
    [Editor’s note: While Simon is traveling today, other members of the Sovereign Man team penned today’s missive.] We’ve discussed this on and off for several years now. Civil asset forfeiture is a legal process that allows the government to seiz…
    - 13 days ago 30 Nov 18, 5:45pm -
  • Three strikes against Social Security’s already dismal batting average
    [Editor’s note: While Simon is traveling today, other members of the Sovereign Man team penned today’s missive.] This doesn’t make front page news… But it should. Every year, cost of living adjustments increase Social Security benefits. Over…
    - 15 days ago 28 Nov 18, 3:26pm -

Investment Watch

International Business Times

Financial Survival

Daily Reckoning

  • newNew Cold War With China Possible

    New Cold War With China Possible

    This post New Cold War With China Possible appeared first on Daily Reckoning.The trade war could soon be back with a vengeance... The arrest of Meng threw global markets into turmoil...The post New Cold War With China Possible appeared first on Da…
    - 5 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 9:30pm -
  • newWhy You Should Start Dreaming Differently

    Why You Should Start Dreaming Differently

    This post Why You Should Start Dreaming Differently appeared first on Daily Reckoning.For someone who wants to move into the B and I side of the quadrant they are motivated by a dream of financial independence and prosperity.They invest time and mon…
    - 9 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 5:24pm -
  • newBeat a Legendary Hedge Fund Manager at His Own Game!

    Beat a Legendary Hedge Fund Manager at His Own Game!

    - 13 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 1:30pm -
  • Democracy: The God That Failed

    Democracy: The God That Failed

    This post Democracy: The God That Failed appeared first on Daily Reckoning.Is monarchy actually superior to democracy?The post Democracy: The God That Failed appeared first on Daily Reckoning.
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 10:46pm -
  • Will Trump Survive Debt “Super-Cycle”?

    Will Trump Survive Debt “Super-Cycle”?

    This post Will Trump Survive Debt “Super-Cycle”? appeared first on Daily Reckoning.Trump is no Truman... The debt “super-cycle,” and why it may come to haunt Trump... The post Will Trump Survive Debt “Super-Cycle”? appeared first on Da…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 10:45pm -
  • The 1 Budget Change to Make You Rich 

    The 1 Budget Change to Make You Rich 

    This post The 1 Budget Change to Make You Rich  appeared first on Daily Reckoning.Even more than our education, our habits reflect our lives. Habits are very easy to develop and very hard to break, and once they’re developed, they control our beh…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 4:44pm -
  • 3 Steps to Reach Your Retirement Dreams

    3 Steps to Reach Your Retirement Dreams

    This post 3 Steps to Reach Your Retirement Dreams appeared first on Daily Reckoning.I agree that having a budget is an important first step to gaining ground in your personal finances. But having a budget alone won't fix the underlying problems that…
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 18, 5:51pm -
  • Here’s Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students

    Here’s Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students

    This post Here’s Why ‘A’ Students Work for ‘C’ Students appeared first on Daily Reckoning."Full-time professionals in other fields, let’s say dentists, bring a lot to the layman. But in the aggregate, people get nothing for their money f…
    - 3 days ago 10 Dec 18, 5:24pm -
  • Jerome Powell Is Between A Rock And A Hard Place

    Jerome Powell Is Between A Rock And A Hard Place

    This post Jerome Powell Is Between A Rock And A Hard Place appeared first on Daily Reckoning.Nomi Prins reveals why Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell is currently positioned in a dangerous catch-22 for the economy... Here's how it could impact…
    - 4 days ago 10 Dec 18, 12:11am -
  • The Middle Class Retirement Nightmare

    The Middle Class Retirement Nightmare

    This post The Middle Class Retirement Nightmare appeared first on Daily Reckoning.“The American dream of a modest retirement after a lifetime of work now is a middle-class nightmare”... Real American wages have gone nowhere in 45 years... Will…
    - 5 days ago 8 Dec 18, 10:26pm -

Jim Rogers Blog

  • Jim Rogers - Gigantic Short Position in Gold & Silver Right Now
    World renowned investor, Jim Rogers, sat down with SBTV at The Safe House and shared his thoughts on the changing fortunes of the US, the coming global financial collapse and the state of the gold & silver markets. Discussed in this interview: 02:02…
    - 70 days ago 4 Oct 18, 7:49pm -
  • JIM ROGERS - 16 Sep 2018 - Invest In Russia, China, Japan, Gold under 1K. Avoid US especially Tech
    JIM ROGERS - 16 Sep 2018 - Invest In Russia, China, Japan, Gold under 1K. Avoid US especially TechJim Rogers started trading the stock market with $600 in 1968.In 1973 he formed the Quantum Fund with the legendary investor George Soros befo…
    - 73 days ago 1 Oct 18, 11:57pm -
  • Jim Rogers -- If you want get Rich, don't diversify
    Jim Rogers -- If you want get Rich, don't diversifyJim Rogers started trading the stock market with $600 in 1968.In 1973 he formed the Quantum Fund with the legendary investor George Soros before retiring, a multi millionaire at the age of…
    - 85 days ago 19 Sep 18, 11:22pm -
  • Jim Rogers : The Next Bear Market Will Be The Worst Of His Lifetime
    Love Jim’s simplicity of investment and how he acts as though he doesn’t know 😉 Boy Jim your hints are so big but can’t believe how the blind remain blinded. Yes the academics do seem to believe everything occurres within a box and they are…
    - 1 Sep 18, 3:22pm -
  • Jim Rogers Calls to Stop the Trade War
    Jim Rogers : "The ones subject to tariffs are already seeing price hikes and slower business; but this is just starting. Higher prices, less demand at least partly because of uncertainty.""There is no evidence that any trade war has ever succeeded…
    - 16 Aug 18, 6:31pm -
  • Jim Rogers US Dollar Safe Haven Status Under Threat
    Another clip from our upcoming Episode of the Goldnomics Podcast with the legendary investor and adventure capitalist Jim Rogers. Jim is an American businessman, investor, traveler, financial commentator and author. He is the Chairman of Rogers Holdi…
    - 11 Aug 18, 8:54pm -
  • JIM ROGERS - 21 May 2018 - There May Be No One To Sell To In The Next Crisis!
    Jim Rogers started trading the stock market with $600 in 1968.In 1973 he formed the Quantum Fund with the legendary investor George Soros before retiring, a multi millionaire at the age of 37. Rogers and Soros helped steer the fund to a miraculous 4,…
    - 27 Jun 18, 7:54pm -
  • Korea : it's going to be extremely exciting
    Jim Rogers : “You'll have a country of 80 million people, right on the Chinese border, huge dedicated, cheap, educated, disciplined labor in the North with lots of natural resources. In the South you have massive amounts of capital, expertise, know…
    - 15 May 18, 4:47pm -
  • JIM ROGERS on BITCOIN & COMMODITIES in 2018 - Future of Money is Digital So You Can Be Tracked
    JIM ROGERS on BITCOIN & COMMODITIES in 2018 - Future of Money is Digital So You Can Be TrackedJim Rogers started trading the stock market with $600 in 1968.In 1973 he formed the Quantum Fund with the legendary investor George Soros before…
    - 23 Apr 18, 7:02pm -
  • JIM ROGERS EXCLUSIVE: Sub $1000 Gold Coming
    in 2008, gold and silver comex price did crash. silver went to $9. in a stock market crash, liquidity crisis, traders sell whatever they have, to meet a margin call. it can happen again.Jim Rogers started trading the stock market with $6…
    - 30 Mar 18, 8:36pm -

of two minds

  • France in a Nutshell: "The Government Stopped Listening to the People 20 Years Ago"
    The elites' clever exploitation of politically correct cover stories has enthralled the comatose, uncritical Left, but not those who see their living standards in a free-fall.A family member who has lived in France for decades summarized the source o…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 4:15pm -
  • The Conflicting Forces of Modernism: Kafka and Kierkegaard
    We seem to be heading into a confrontation between the two forces of Modernism: the primacy of the individual versus the increasing technological and economic might of the central state.In Kafka's Nightmare Emerges: China's "Social Credit Score" (M…
    - 4 days ago 10 Dec 18, 12:56am -
  • Are We in a Recession Already?
    The value of declaring the entire nation in or out of recession is limited.Recessions are typically only visible to statisticians long after the fact, but they are often visible in real time on the ground: business volume drops, people stop buying h…
    - 6 days ago 7 Dec 18, 3:45pm -
  • The View from the Trenches of the Alternative Media
    What's scarce in a world awash in free content and nearly infinite entertainment content?After 3,701 posts (from May 2005 to the present), here are my observations of the Alternative Media from the muddy trenches.It's increasingly difficult to make a…
    - 9 days ago 5 Dec 18, 5:47am -
  • Truth Is What We Hide, Self-Serving Cover Stories Are What We Sell
    The fact that lies and cover stories are now the official norm only makes us love our servitude with greater devotion.We can summarize the current era in one sentence: truth is what we hide, self-serving cover stories are what we sell. Jean-Claude…
    - 11 days ago 3 Dec 18, 2:58am -
  • America Needs a New National Strategy
    A productive national Strategy would systemically decentralize power and capital rather than concentrate both in the hands of a self-serving elite.If you ask America's well-paid punditry to define America's National Strategy, you'll most likely get t…
    - 14 days ago 30 Nov 18, 2:21am -
  • Bearish on Fake Fixes
    This systemic vulnerability is largely invisible, and so the inevitable contagion will surprise most observers and participants.The conventional definition of a Bear is someone who expects stocks to decline. For those of us who are bearish on fake…
    - 15 days ago 28 Nov 18, 5:06pm -
  • The Politics of Debt-Serfs and Tax Donkeys: Our Only Choice Is the Least Bad Option
    The reality is there is no avenue left for advocacy, grievances or redress in a system dominated by global corporations and self-serving political insiders.What's striking about the protests in Paris against higher fuel taxes is the universality of t…
    - 17 days ago 26 Nov 18, 2:38pm -
  • The Two Paths to Collapse
    The very structure of our systems guarantees their failure once conditions change beyond their limited ability to adjust.As a general rule, there are two paths to collapse: gradual erosion and sudden crash. The two are intertwined, of course; in mos…
    - 19 days ago 24 Nov 18, 6:16pm -
  • Thanksgiving 2018: A Few of the Many Things I'm Grateful For
    Lots to be grateful for.Of the many things I'm grateful for, the most important are: after 50 years of work I still have my health and more work than I know what to do with; good friends; family; freedom, opportunity, the good fortune that a few of…
    - 21 days ago 22 Nov 18, 5:51pm -

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

The Big Picture

  • newInterview with Paul A. Volcker (2013)
    Given his new book is out, I dug up this 2013 interview by former Fed Governor Donald L. Kohn with former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker: Source: George Washington University Law School   Previously: Writing a Book With Paul Volcker (November 1, 2018)…
    - 4 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 11:00pm -
  • newReal World Application of Behavioral Economics
      The subject of behavioral economics keeps coming up in casual conversation. I love chatting with people about this, both the academic theories underlying the subject and the specifics of how it can be applied in real world scenarios. Whenever some…
    - 13 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 2:00pm -
  • new10 Thursday AM Reads
    My morning train reads: • Does Anyone Care About Year-Ahead Outlooks? (Institutional Investor) • Plastic Water Bottles, Which Enabled a Drinks Boom, Now Threaten a Crisis (Wall Street Journal) but see Scientists accidentally create mutant enzyme…
    - 14 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 12:42pm -
  • newGDP Ranking (1960-2017)
    The Dynamic Graph (Data Visualization) Shows the Top 10 Countries with Most GDP from 1960 to 2017. This Country GDP Ranking includes countries such as, United States, China, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, etc. It provides a lens through time, showin…
    - 16 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 11:00am -
  • BBRG: Index-Investing Critic Takes Aim, Fires, Misses
    Index-Investing Critic Takes Aim, Fires, Misses New arguments against low-cost, passive investing are no better than the old ones. Bloomberg, December 12, 2018.       Over the past 40 years, low cost indexing has risen from an abstract financial t…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 5:00pm -
  • 10 Wednesday AM Reads
    My midweek morning train reads: • PolitiFact’s Lie of the Year: Online smear machine tries to take down Parkland students (Polifact) • Yep, Bitcoin Was a Bubble. And It Popped. (Bloomberg) • A Surprising Push By The Invisible Hand: Why Mo…
    - 2 days ago 12 Dec 18, 1:04pm -
  • 60 Minutes: Elon Musk of Tesla
    Musk opens up to Lesley Stahl about Twitter, pot, the Securities and Exchange Commission, Model 3 and Tesla Tesla CEO Elon Musk: The 60 Minutes Interview Source: 60 Minutes, Dec 09 2018   Elon Musk, the CEO of the electric car company Tesla, has bee…
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 18, 11:00pm -
  • MIB: Grantham and the Zero-Sum Game
    Investors should think about markets as if they were spectators watching players at a poker table. Some will win, some will lose, but the net takeaway for the table is zero. Jeremy Grantham of GMO concluded that for most investors, buying the entire…
    - 2 days ago 11 Dec 18, 5:00pm -
  • 10 Tuesday AM Reads
    My Two-for-Tuesday morning train reads: • ‘I don’t feel like I’m doing something wrong’: Yuppies have discovered pot — and they like it (Washington Post) • How Subscriptions Are Remaking Corporate America (Barron’s) see also Volv…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 1:00pm -
  • Supply of New U.S. Housing
    This is fascinating: Consider this: from 1968 to 2008, a span of 40 years, there was only one year in which fewer new housing units were built than in 2017 (Exhibit 1)—and this despite rising demand in a growing economy. In a recent Insight, we ex…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 11:00am -

Jesse's Cafe Americain

  • newStocks and Precious Metals Charts - Swing Kids - The Gathering Storm
    "The NSDAP was nationalistic, respectful of the armed forces, socially conservative, disdainful of laziness, hostile to eccentric or incomprehensive ideas that came from cities, disapproving of homosexuals and other unconventional human types, and av…
    - 3 hours ago 13 Dec 18, 11:08pm -
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Equities Rally, Fade in the Afternoon - Sitting In a Savage Garden
    "It is no exaggeration to say that since the 1980s, much of the global financial sector has become criminalised, creating an industry culture that tolerates or even encourages systematic fraud.   The behaviour that caused the mortgage bubble and fi…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 11:31pm -
  • Why Are the 'Yellow Vests' Protesting
    "Four weekends of mass protests in Paris and in towns and villages across France have hampered economic activity while hurting the country’s image with investors, the government said Monday...He [Macron] did not mention changing course on the mos…
    - 1 day ago 12 Dec 18, 3:10pm -
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Pop and Flop - ECB Tomorrow
    Stocks made an attempt to rally today, an effort that largely faded to nothing in the afternoon.The dip buyers lack conviction and are quick to take profits.No doubt that this is a side effect of the increased uncertainty, and therefore risk, in…
    - 2 days ago 12 Dec 18, 12:55am -
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Is Paris Burning? - The Fire in the Minds of Men
    "The central bank gold lending market, centered in London, is probably the most secretive financial market in the world, with very little known about its transactions and market structure.  The gold lending market’s opacity is further supported by…
    - 3 days ago 11 Dec 18, 3:32am -
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - No Capitulation Yet
    “The worst continued to worsen. What looked one day like the end proved on the next day to have been only the beginning. Nothing could have been more ingeniously designed to maximize the suffering, and also to insure that as few people as possible…
    - 6 days ago 8 Dec 18, 5:12am -
  • What Do China and Goldman Sachs Have in Common?
    Gold is not only flowing from West to East.It is also flowing into the house account at Goldman Sachs.  Or at least the paper claims for it in New York.Below is the monthly report showing the large amounts of physical gold which have been steadi…
    - 7 days ago 7 Dec 18, 6:27am -
  • Stocks and Precious Metals Charts - Mr. Trump's Wild Ride - Santa Takes One for the Team
    "Half a league, half a league, Half a league onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. ‘Forward, the Light Brigade! Charge for the guns!’ he said: Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. ‘Forward, the Light Brigade…
    - 7 days ago 7 Dec 18, 1:01am -
  • Bernie Sanders: Concentrated Wealth Is Concentrated Power
    "I will never forget, Lloyd Blankfein, the head of Goldman Sachs, came to Congress a few years ago. And this is after the taxpayers of this country bailed them out because of their greed and their illegal behavior.  This is chutzpah.  These guys, a…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 18, 4:32pm -
  • Summary of Carroll Quigley's Last Public Lecture by Christopher Quigley
    Summary of Prof. Carroll Quigley’sLast Public Lecture Given Months Before He Died:"The 3rd. Oscar Iden Lecture 1978"By Christopher M. Quigley B.Sc., M.M.I.I., M.A.“This shift from customary conformity to decision making by some other power,…
    - 7 days ago 6 Dec 18, 3:14pm -

Angry Bear

  • newThe October JOLTS report: very good employment market continues, just below best levels
    The October JOLTS report: very good employment market continues, just below best levels Monday’s JOLTS report for October was, surprisingly, a little weaker than the employment report from one month ago, that I described at the time as perhaps the…
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  • Shiller Hystericizes The US Housing Market
    Shiller Hystericizes The US Housing Market I have the deepest respect for Robert Shiller, who has been one of the most serious students of the dynamics of speculative bubbles there is, winning a well-deserved Nobel Prize for his work on this importan…
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  • Open thread Dec. 11, 2018

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  • The High Cost of End-of-Life Healthcare – Myth?
    American Journal of Public Health: “The Myth Regarding the High Cost of End-of-Life Care” December 2015, Melissa D. Aldridge, PhD, MBA and Amy S. Kelley, MD, MSHS There has been a lot of talk and presentation on End of Life care and its high cost…
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  • On, Wisconsin?
    On, Wisconsin? As most regular readers here know, I have long and old connections to the state of Wisconsin, having gone to high school, undergraduate and graduate school, as well as having family members there since then, with me visiting on a regul…
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  • Weekly Indicators for December 3 – 7 at Seeking Alpha
    Weekly Indicators for December 3 – 7 at Seeking Alpha My Weekly Indicators post is up at Seeking Alpha. The long leading forecast has now been negative for four weeks in a row. Please remember that clicking and reading, besides being educational,…
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  • November jobs report: another good report with some signs of deceleration
    November jobs report: another good report with some signs of deceleration HEADLINES: +155,000 jobs added U3 unemployment rate unchanged at 3.7% U6 underemployment rate rose 0.2% from 7.4% to 7.6% Here are the headlines on wages and the broader measur…
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  • Heads Up on Out of Network ER Doctors, etc. in 2019
    Last December 2017, Envision Healthcare Corporation paid an approximate $30 million to settle allegations for subsidiary EmCare doctors getting bonus payments for admitting patients to hospitals when it was not necessary. History: A subsidiary of Env…
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  • Employment by community size
    Brookings Institute points us to: Big, techy metros like San Francisco, Boston, and New York with populations over 1 million have flourished, accounting for 72 percent of the nation’s employment growth since the financial crisis. By contrast, many…
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  • Michigan’s Lame Duck Republican Legislature
    Michigan Electablog “Lame Duck Republican Majority at work in Michigan.” • Accrued Sick Time: This was one of the proposals not allowed to go to the ballot. Why? Because if it passed and it would have, Repubs would have needed 2/3rds vote to ov…
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The Burning Platform

  • newWhat We Said to a Group of D.C. Elite
    Guest Post by Bill Bonner DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA – First, Bloomberg reports that: U.S. government debt is on track this year to rise at the fastest pace since 2012, as a stronger economy fails to keep pace with the wave of red ink that’s rising un…
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  • newCash spill on New Jersey highway leads to multiple crashes, chaos during morning commute
    Early Christmas for NJ commuters! It was raining 💵 on Route 3!! @njdotcom @ABC7NY @News12NJ #commute — Sabrina Quagliozzi (@squagliozzi) December 13, 2018 Via Fox Thursday morning might mark the first time a New Jersey…
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  • newWashington Is Changing The World Order Against Its Own Interests
    Guest Post by Paul Craig Roberts The hubris and arrogance of Washington have been at work since the Clinton regime to destroy the power and relevance of the United States. This website has an international audience. The most asked question from this…
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  • new“You’re A F*cking Idiot!”: Shocking Tesla Expose Reveals The Horror Of Working For A “Depressed” And “Angry” Elon Musk
    Via ZeroHedge Wired has published a stunning longform expose on what it has been like to work for Tesla over the last few years. The piece dives into life at the company’s Nevada Gigafactory and the seemingly abusive management style of CEO Elon Mu…
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  • newAverting World Conflict with China
    Guest Post by Ron Unz As most readers know, I’m not a casual political blogger and I prefer producing lengthy research articles rather than chasing the headlines of current events. But there are exceptions to every rule, and the looming danger of a…
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  • newWhat Should Investors Expect In 2019
    With our current political climate, the EU punishing Britain for Brexit, tariffs, trade wars, the Fed raising rates, record government deficits and whatever hysteria the media can create – the crystal ball is full of clutter. How should investors a…
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  • newExiles
    Guest Post by The Zman Exile is a central part of human existence, most certainly as old as human settlement and probably predating it. Human are a social animals. Banishment and ostracism are primeval weapons, wielded by human groups for the worst c…
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  • newBankrupt Boy Scouts
    Guest Post by Eric Peters The Boy Scouts of America is – apparently – about to file for bankruptcy. This makes me happy, as a former Scout and an Eagle Scout. Because it’s not Boy Scouts anymore. It’s just Scouts – to reflect the new inclus…
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  • newWhy Are the ‘Yellow Vests’ Protesting
    Guest Post by Jesse “Four weekends of mass protests in Paris and in towns and villages across France have hampered economic activity while hurting the country’s image with investors, the government said Monday… He [Macron] did not mention chang…
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  • newDon’t Underestimate Dumb Voters’ Appetite For Idiot Leftist Politicians
    Guest Post by Kurt Schlichter You should not for a moment fail to appreciate the risk posed to your freedom by left-wing It-Fascists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Beto O’Rourke. There’s an undeniable appeal of this kind of Potemkin Politician…
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  • newFrance in a Nutshell: “The Government Stopped Listening to the People 20 Years Ago”

    France in a Nutshell: “The Government Stopped Listening to the People 20 Years Ago”

    A family member who has lived in France for decades summarized the source of the gilets jaunes protests in one sentence: “The government stopped listening to the people 20 years ago. It would be difficult to deny the generalization of this: many…
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  • newThe Abolition of War Requires New Thoughts, Words, and Actions

    The Abolition of War Requires New Thoughts, Words, and Actions

    By David Swanson Remarks in Albuquerque, New Mexico, December 12, 2018 Video is uploading now, at airplane internet speed, to There’s action happening now in the U.S. Senate on ending U.S. participation in the war on Yeme…
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  • newIs Ukraine setting up a winter offensive in LDNR?

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  • Talk Nation Radio: Mark Colville Tells Why He Hammered and Poured Blood on Nuclear Weapons

    Talk Nation Radio: Mark Colville Tells Why He Hammered and Poured Blood on Nuclear Weapons

    Mark Colville is one of the seven Kings Bay Plowshares activists. We recorded this interview on December 11th 2018, and Mark planned to turn himself in hours later at the Glynn County Jail in Brunswick, Georgia. Learn more: http://kingsbayplowshares7…
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  • The U.S. Government’s Plan Is to Conquer Russia by a Surprise Invasion
    Eric Zuesse, originally posted on the Saker blog The following combination of articles explains — and they link to conclusive evidence proving — that the United States Government is actually designing its nuclear forces now with the intention to…
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  • The Conflicting Forces of Modernism: Kafka and Kierkegaard

    The Conflicting Forces of Modernism: Kafka and Kierkegaard

    In Kafka’s Nightmare Emerges: China’s “Social Credit Score” (May 7, 2018), I wrote about Kafka’s vision of a bureaucratic nightmare emerging in China’s “Social Credit Score.” The idea here is the central state sets up a vast, pervas…
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  • U.S. the World’s Invasion Nation
    How Big Brother Grips Americans’ Minds to Support Invasions Eric Zuesse, originally posted at On November 29th, Gallup headlined “Democrats Lead Surge in Belief U.S. Should Be World Leader” and reported that “Three-fourt…
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  • The Ancient Mythical Rites of Pearl Harbor Day

    The Ancient Mythical Rites of Pearl Harbor Day

    Last week I spoke at a high school. As I often do, I told them I’d perform a magic trick. I only know one, but I know it will almost always work with no skill required. I scribbled on a … Continue reading →
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  • Earth Over the Brink

    Earth Over the Brink

    Glacier National Park is drip drip dripping into a puddle. People and companies and governments are cutting down trees to burn them to save the planet from global warming, mixing the sacrificial trees with oh-so-clean coal, and in Detroit with … Co…
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  • Talk Nation Radio: Dave Lindorff on the Pentagon’s Fictional Budget

    Talk Nation Radio: Dave Lindorff on the Pentagon’s Fictional Budget

    Dave Lindorff is an investigative reporter who writes for the Nation, London Review of Books, Salon and He is founder of the collectively run journalists’ news site Lindorff has just published an articled calle…
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Gonzalo Lira

  • Moral Normcore
    “Normcore” is a label for the current fashion trend of wearing undistinctive, unremarkable clothing—but the word itself is exploding across the American zeitgeist. Somehow, people sense that the word describes more than just fashion. I agree: T…
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  • Only In America, Part I
    The New York Times has a front-page story about how Federal prosecutors are getting tough on the banksters. The headline: “Long Seen As Immune, Two Wall Street Banks Become Targets”. But look closer. The two “targets” of government prosecutor…
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  • The Twitter In The Coalmine: The End of Asset Price Inflation?
    Poor dead Twitter-bird . . .So Twitter (TWTR) released some user figures, and they are not good. Bottom line, they’re losing money, and their user-base is shrinking—which is why their stock took an 11% tumble in after-hours trading as I write the…
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  • A Chinese Shadow Bank Bailout May Mean A Crash In U.S. Treasury Bonds
    This article is adapted from a post which originally appeared at my Strategic Planning Group. Go to the preview page to see what it’s about.China’s economy in 2014 is remarkably similar to America’s in 2008: Both were fueled by real estate spec…
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  • The Trouble with IRA’s and 401(k)’s
    Last week, The Daily Reckoning ranked me Number 5 on their list of “The 50 Best Investing Blogs”. All I have to say is, Thanks!Individual retirement accounts seem like the answer to a lot of people’s prayers. Every month, you deposit a set amou…
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  • Why America Breaks Our Hearts
    A man named LK dropped me an e-mail, in response to my Falling Forward piece.In the piece, I discussed the inability of the United States to adjust after the end of the Cold War. My crazed ramblings garnered a great deal of reaction, both positive a…
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  • The Fed Is Playing Global Pump-and-Dump

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  • The Hypocrisy That Hope Bought
    Obama, Obama, Obama . . . you’re such a liar. Please visit Gonzalo Lira's Strategic Planning Group
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  • Profits Über Alles?
    Neoliberal economics has been a wonderful driving force for progress and material prosperity—but it cannot be the single ruling principle of our lives, of our government, or of our society. If we allow the profit motive to be the only motive, then…
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  • What If There’s A Recession in 2014?
    If policymakers were gunfighters, they’d be out of bullets: They have run out of effective policy tools to improve the economy. So the question is simple: If there is a recession in 2014, and policymakers are out of bullets, how will it play out a…
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Marc to Market

  • newMay Survives but its Draghi's Day
    Overview: There is a sense of optimism among investors today that may be tested as the session progresses.  News that China may reconsider its "Made in China 2025" initiative as an apparent concession to the US while reports suggest it has bought 1.…
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  • Markets Calm on May Day
    Overview:  The US S&P 500 failed to sustain the early upside momentum, but global equities are moving higher today, and there is some optimism on the trade front.  Emerging market equities and currencies are also doing well today. Canada granted Me…
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  • Fragile Calm Threatens to Break Out
    Overview: Indications that US and Chinese trade talks are proceeding, coupled with a dramatic reversal in the S&P 500 yesterday is helping stabilize the capital markets today. Asian equities were mixed, but the Greater China (China, Hong Kong, and Ta…
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  • Cool Video: Bloomberg Economic Discussion
    I joined Chris Wolfe from First Republic Wealth Management on the set of Bloomberg's Daybreak to discuss market developments and the outlook for the US economy.   We generally agreed that while the economy is slowing it is doing so from unsustaina…
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  • Lack of Closure Weighs on Sentiment
    Overview:  Investors angst over trade tensions and Brexit continue remains elevated, and poor Chinese and Japanese economic news played on global growth fears.  Equities continue to slog lower.  Bond yields are little changed, and the dollar is lo…
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  • The Week Ahead: Don't Skip Steps on Escalation Ladders
    The drop in US yields and disappointing economic data weighed on sentiment and the dollar last week.  Even weakness in equities, which had seemed to lend the greenback support, failed to do so at the end of last week.  With the real Fed funds rate…
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  • Markets Looking for Terra Firma after Becoming Unhinged
    The softer than expected US jobs report sealed among the most challenging weeks since the first quarter of the year for investors.  After rallying strongly in the last week of November, equities reversed course dramatically.  The S&P 500 lost 4.6%,…
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  • A Couple More Events before Seeing the End of Difficult Week for Investors
    Overview:  Global equities have stabilized after US equities recovered yesterday, with the NASDAQ 100 staging its biggest reversal in eight months and the S&P 500 recouped almost three percent to close 0.15% lower.  Asia Pacific equities were mos…
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  • New Spanner in US-China Relations Weighs on Risk Appetites
    Overview:  The global capital markets were fragile amid trade uncertainty and economic slowdown fears.  News that Canada arrested the CFO of Huawei on behalf of the US,  ostensibly for violating the embargo against Iran triggered an almost immedi…
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  • US Market Closure may be a Firebreak
    Overview:  The 3%+ drop in the S&P 500 yesterday kept global equities under pressure today, though losses in Asia and Europe were milder.   In Asia, only Hong Kong and Taiwan benchmarks lost more than 1%.  In Europe, the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is of…
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China Financial Markets

  • China: Choosing More Debt, More Unemployment, Or Transfers
    I have often written in this blog and elsewhere about the three policy choices Beijing faces as it tries to manage through the adjustment process. My argument is that subject to two very plausible assumptions, every economic policy Beijing implements…
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  • The impact in China and abroad of slowing growth
    This blog entry is largely something I wrote a year ago about the impact of a Chinese rebalancing on the global economy, rx and except for this first paragraph nothing has been changed. The entry on my blog that had been posted a couple of weeks earl…
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  • Does it matter if China cleans up its banks?
    I’ve always thought that Shirley Yam of the South China Morning Post has a great nose for financial risk, and this shows in an article she published last week on mainland real estate. For anyone knowledgeable about the history of financial bubbles…
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  • Rebalancing, wealth transfers, and the growth of Chinese debt
    For the past ten years much of what I have written about debt in China was aimed mainly at trying to convince analysts and policymakers that the Chinese economy was structurally dependent on an unsustainable increase in debt in order to generate GDP…
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  • How Much Investment is Optimal
    A few years ago I wrote an essay on my blog that received a lot of attention and in which I tried to explain what the underlying assumption was for analysts who considered that China’s low level of investment relative to that of, troche say, help t…
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  • The titillating and terrifying collapse of the dollar. Again.
    Foreign perceptions about the Chinese economy are far more volatile than the economy itself, and are spread across a fantastic array of forecasts. On one extreme there are still many who hold the view that overwhelmingly dominated the consensus just…
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  • The re-emergence of the Jacksonians
    We’ve pelted Donald Trump with all the withering humor we can muster, malady and even though it is hard to imagine an easier target for elitist humor, pharm with his blustering narcissism, prescription his intellectual inconsistency, his questionab…
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  • Will China’s new “supply-side” reforms help China?
    It wasn’t enough that we started 2016 with one of the worst weeks in the recent history of Chinese and global markets, but the panic continued into the following weeks and wreaked a great deal of damage to confidence. A lot of the reflexive China b…
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  • China’s rebalancing timetable
    We often read in the press rather alarming stories about the rise of an ugly and belligerent nationalism in China, buy cialis but while these stories are certainly very real, sovaldi after the November 13 bombings in Paris I was struck by a very diff…
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  • Thin Air’s money isn’t created out of thin air
    A recurring conversation I have with clients concerns the ability of banks to create credit, buy and of governments to monetize debt, pilule and whether this ability is the solution to or the cause of financial instability and economic crisis. Moneta…
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The Reformed Broker

  • 5 hot posts I’m reading today
    Busy week and it’s only Wednesday, so posting has been light here. Last night we assembled the firm’s Investment Committee and I took everyone out to dinner. The IC does it’s work throughout the year mostly remote, so it was cool to have Blair,…
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  • Clique
    Downtown Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management and three of the most promising up and coming voices in the industry...
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  • Clips From Today’s Halftime Report
     Jim Cramer: Apple is a “black hole stock” from CNBC. Jim Cramer on Adobe, plus more answers on transports & technology from CNBC. Cisco named best idea for 2019 at Cowen from CNBC. Final trades: Apple, Twitter, Lowe’s, American Airlines & T…
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  • The R Word
    Charts from around Wall Street you need to see. ...
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  • This Week on TRB
    These were the most read posts on the site this week, in case you missed it: ...
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  • Clips From Today’s Halftime Report
     Trade agreement uncertainty accelerates stock slides from CNBC. Apple shares fall after price target slash from CNBC. Is Netflix heading to $400? What’s going on with biotech stocks? The desk takes YOUR questions from CNBC. Final Trades: Broadc…
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  • Avengers 4 trailer hits!
    Ready for this? May 3rd 2019!...
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  • Orange Theory
    one person close to the White House said:  “He’s glued to it.”...
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  • If / Then
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