By Joseph Calhoun of Alhambra Back in June I mused about a Trump election: Forget for a minute that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.
By Tom McClellan The Market, Under a New President November 11, 2016 Investors get fearful ahead of a big election, because the outcome is unknown.
By Michael Ashton As the evening developed, and it began to dawn on Americans – and the world – that Donald Trump might actually win,
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra Many, many people do not like the use of the “d” word and react emotionally to it, but there is
By SoberLook The United States Once again we begin with the US where as of midnight on Wednesday, the presidential election resembles the Brexit shock.
By Doug Wakefield When Lightning Strikes Our Money
By Chris Ciovacco U.S. Earnings Improve With the economically-sensitive Australian dollar (FXA) and Brazil (EWZ) showing signs of strength in 2016, there is hope for
By Steve Saville The amount of gold available for delivery at any time is the TOTAL amount of gold in the “Registered” and “Eligible” categories
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals If you are a free man, you do not defy any masters This week the prices of the metals,
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin: The Upshot of Inflationism As a determined analyst, I’m as committed as ever to remaining “fiercely independent.” This must
By Tom McClellan My Final 2016 Poll Analysis November 04, 2016 Since the 2000 election, I have been tracking how the presidential election poll numbers
By Michael Ashton So, why did breakevens rally? Among the other reasons, they rallied because they were ridiculously low A persistent phenomenon of the last