Lee Adler

Why The Economy Isn’t Slowing and Why That’s Bearish – Video 9/23/14

Lee Adler pulls back the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda on the housing data and broader, more timely economic data. Housing may be slowing, but the broader economy isn’t. He tells why that’s bearish in the big picture, but a close look at the technical data says it may be a while before the big one.

This video was originally published for Radio Free Wall Street subscribers on September 23, 2014. To see the latest videos in real time, subscribe here. Go behind the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda and get the facts.

Hilsy Rally, The Industrial Revolution, and Why The Bullish Dollar Chart – Video 9/16/14

Lee Adler pulls back the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda on the Hilsenrath rally, the real story on the dollar, industrial production, median household income, and the ECB conundrum, that’s right, conundrum, to give you a better handle on what’s really going on behind the headlines. This video was originally published for Radio Free…

To ECB or Not ECB- Video September 8, 2014

The ECBs new programs were bound to fail. Lee Adler explains why. He also tells why the monthly jobs data doesn’t matter and why it does. These issues remain vital and relevant.

This video was originally published for Radio Free Wall Street subscribers on September 8, 2014. To see the latest videos in real time, subscribe here. Go behind the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda and get the facts.

See more videos from Lee Adler on The Wall Street Examiner Channel on Youtube.

Here’s Why The Fed Has Been More Insane Than the PBoC, and The ECB Tries But Fails

Relative Growth of Central Bank Balance Sheets 2003-14 - Click to enlarge

I saw this chart on Twitter the other day. #China is leading, others are bleeding: People’s Bank of China has expanded balance sheet more than any other nation. pic.twitter.com/rEUS9z01oE — Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) November 18, 2014 The point of it was that the PBoC makes the rest of the world’s central banks look like pikers…

Somebody Lit The Tinder

The markets have been stable while new Treasury supply was very light, as the Fed was settling $31 billion in MBS purchases this week. Since nothing moved much, it suggests that the Fedbucks have not been deployed yet. This could be a tinderbox to the upside. Stocks have been the most loved asset, so they…