The Broken Bond Market

By Macromon, Global Macro Monitor, The Fed tightens on Wednesday and bonds rally.  What the heck? GaveKal, Jeff Gundlach,  and […]

2016 marked the end of the biggest bull market of our lifetimes

In 2016, the nearly 40-year bond bull market ended. Date of death: July 11. And this was the biggest economic […]

The Fed Feedback Loop

By Jim Rickards In a word, the Fed has failed in its mission to restore robust growth to the U.S. […]

Behind Closed Doors at the IMF

By Jim Rickards Jim RickardsThe Washington, D.C., area is thick with secret agencies with“three-letter names,” such as CIA, FBI, NSA […]

The Big Picture

By John Mauldin, By Neil Howe, I’ve been a bit slow in bringing good friend Neil Howe’s predictions for 2016 […]

The Topic We Should All Be Paying Attention to (in 3 Charts)

by Rick Reider of BlackRock Investment Management As the December Federal Reserve (Fed) meeting nears, discussions and speculation about the […]

Gold’s Artificial Price Lows

By: Zeal_LLC Gold’s latest slide to new secular lows has amplified the hyper-bearish sentiment long plaguing it.  More than ever, traders […]

Market Valuation, Inflation and Treasury Yields: Clues from the Past

By Doug Short, Advisor Perspectives, Our monthly market valuation updates have long had the same conclusion: US stock indexes are […]

Gold Price and Fed Interest Rate Hikes

Gold’s sharp early-year surge has fizzled in recent weeks as investment demand faded.  The primary reason is the universal belief […]

2015: the Recovery Year for Energy and Commodities?

Last year was a dismal year for oil, the energy sector in general, commodities, and gold. Following through with the […]

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