By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra Then-Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testified before Congress on May 22, 2013, that taper was for officials a strong consideration.
By Chris Ciovacco Greed And Fear Are Constants Since greed and fear have remained constant throughout human history, asset bubbles are not a recent phenomenon.
By Danielle DiMartino Booth Celery and raspberry? Marathon miles of Sudoku and crossword puzzles? Extra reps at the gym? Binge away. ‘Tis the season after the
By Joseph Calhoun of Alhambra Market based expectations for growth and inflation have moderated slightly since the last update. Since mid-December, interest rates – nominal and
By Steve Saville Whenever I write about gold-market manipulation in an effort to debunk the story that gold has been subject to a long-term price
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals This week was another short week, due to the New Year holiday. We look forward to getting back to
By Michael Ashton If your forecasts are frequently wrong, it is important to shut up and stop trying to move markets where you want them
By Danielle DiMartino Booth One of the first of life’s lessons we all learned is that we need not rush life; it will do that for us and in the end
By Tom McClellan Debt or DJIA: Who Gets to 20* First? January 06, 2017 I got to wondering about all of the NYSE traders on
By Danielle DiMartino Booth For a moral compass, many look to the Bible. For political directives, Machiavelli’s succinct and direct The Prince. But for matters of war, the Chinese
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra In short, European banks are right now more disturbed by “dollar” problems than of anything else Nothing says “fixed” quite
By Elliott Wave International 2011, 2014, and 2016: The year’s performance has consistently followed its Elliott wave script It’s that time of year again, when