Gold and and the mining stocks have broken out. It’s a big deal. Here’s what it means.
The market smashed the long term uptrend channel dating back to February 2016 last week. That signals the end of the bull market, although there may still be one or two head fakes before the bear gets to sink its teeth in.
The Fed has shed $293 billion in assets since mid October 2017, when it started the “bloodletting,” or balance sheet “normalization” program. As of this month, it is draining $50 billion per month from the banking system. Anybody who thinks that this is not a problem for the stock market is kidding themselves. This report details why you need to…
Even the ginned up, phony deposit growth that we saw in the first half of the year slowed in August. Here are some great pictures of the trends, and why they’re horrible news for US markets.
Two key trading cycles are headed in opposite directions. This juxtaposition has a story to tell us, as we continue to swing a couple of gold mining picks.
The market has pulled back to multiple support lines in the 2870 area and market cycle indicators are weakening. Here’s what to look for.
The stabilization of withholding taxes, along with rising excise taxes suggest that top line economic data will continue to show increases. Here’s how we know, and what that means for your portfolio. Here is today’s updated list including new buys, sells, short sales, cover shorts, and updated stops, as well as performance metrics for this month.
Stocks have extended their rally in the face of flattening macro liquidity. That has brought them to a record overextension versus liquidity, even more extended than they were at the January market peak. Here’s what this means for the stock market.
Gold has a problem in the short term, while a few miners show promise.
There were a slew of signs last week that a 10-12 month cycle top is starting to form.
Demand for Treasuries is insufficient to prevent the coming bond market catastrophe.
Nothing has changed since last week. Signs of improvement are still in place. I have recommended a second mining stock.
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I love to be right as much as the next guy… but sometimes it’s no fun.
Since the end of August – weeks now – I’ve been pounding the volatility drum as October got closer and closer.
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The other day I showed you the September Federal Withholding Tax Data that said there’s very little jobs growth.
“Withholding tax collections declined 0.8% year to year as of October 5.
Please join Doug Noland and David McAlvany this Thursday, October 18th at 4:00PM EST/ 2:00pm MST for the Tactical Short Q3 recap conference call, “Market Contagion is Back.” Click here to register.There’s little satisfaction writing the CBB after a big…
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Its the hazy, crazy days of October, thanks to Fed rate hikes and asset bubbles.
The Dow’s sudden 5% plunge over the last week has investors on edge about whether this is the start of a 2018 stock market crash.
And for good reason. This is just the calm before the storm.
But it’s not too late to protect yourself and your money…
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