By SoberLook We begin the week with the United Kingdom. 1. Brexit risk weighs on UK businesses as the referendum approaches. Surveys show declining investment
By Monetary Metals Another interesting week, in that the price of silver separated from the price of gold. The former went nowhere, while the latter
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin Let’s return to last week’s theme of China as the “marginal source of global Credit and liquidity” for a
By Biiwii We talk a lot about FOMC stuff, inflation stuff and silver stuff. At 40 easy to read pages (w/ lots of graphical data
By Bob Hoye A Guy to Have a Drink With (pdf)
By Doug Wakefield Bubbles, Bubbles, Toil and… Pop (pdf)
By Biiwii A bullish article on gold that is well, you know… and to boot it’s got a pretty picture of some shiny gold bars!
By Tom McClellan NAAIM Exposure Index Highest In A Year April 22, 2016 The rally off of the February 11 low for the SP500 has
By Biiwii As posted at nftrh.com… On March 4 we reviewed the technical reasons why the gold sector was launching as opposed to blowing off.
By Elliott Wave International Woe-Mart: The Retail Giant Walmart Has Faltered The era of “always low prices” no longer translates into always high profits. Learn
By Chris Ciovacco Oil’s Rise May Flip Fed Back To “We Plan To Raise Rates” Script The Federal Reserve is due to release their next
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra There is undoubtedly serious stratification in the housing market, as higher end homes have no trouble selling at greater and