By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin: Inflection Point for EM Don’t let a relatively tame week in the S&P 500
By Michael Ashton So you should cheer for the “good” sort of deflation. At least, you should cheer for it
By Tom McClellan A May-November Relationship May 06, 2016 The big mantra the past two weeks is the old Wall
By Bob Hoye Pivotal Events: Smart Money Selling
By Joseph Calhoun of Alhambra Maybe a weak dollar only explains part of the productivity puzzle This week’s chart was
By Michael Ashton Durable goods orders, ex-transportation, showed a negative print today for the second time in a row. This
By SoberLook We start with several developments in the UK. 1. Based on the latest CIPS/Markit PMI, the UK’s manufacturing
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra We cannot, however, allow “them” to rewrite QE’s history and that of the Federal Reserve
By Chris Ciovacco Markets Know Rate Deferrals Cannot Last Forever As noted on April 20, under the “economy continues to
By Tim Knight I always feel the need to apologize any time I say anything bearish about precious metals, since
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin April 25 – Financial Times (Jennifer Hughes): “Stand easy — or easier, at least.
By Monetary Metals Paper prices pulling up gold and silver The price of gold shot up over $60 this week.