Bears, Brexit, Battlestar Europa? Yes, the Brexit war is ongoing but Britain appears to be losing. And fiscal stimulus in the US is projected to wear off
Does any of this make sense? No. But it’s so darn profitable to the oligarchy, it’s difficult to escape debt-serfdom and tax-donkey servitude.We rarely ask “does this make any sense?” of things that are widely accepted as beneficial– or if not benefic…
Retail sales rebounded 0.8% in October 2018 from September 2018, but it’s the downward revisions to the prior months that are cause for attention. The estimates for particularly September were moved sharply lower. Total retail sales two months ago had been figured last month at $485.8 billion (unadjusted) originally, but are now believed to have […]
We often forget, the middle 2000’s was not uniquely a housing bubble. It commanded our attention because that’s what ended up affecting so many Americans personally; whether foreclosures or just the negative “wealth effect” of declining real estate values. This was also pretty easy to understand, an asset bubble though complicated in its full manifestations […]
Instead of “Boomtown” by Thomas Hart Benton, it should be “Bust-town.”
West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil Futures have declined 18% since October 9, 2018.
One of the causes is the ramp-up in US crude production.
On the demand s…
I’m in the fourth day of my Transatlantic crossing to Europe and a Nor’easter has been chasing following our departure from the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, right across the East River from Wall Street.
The storm is hot on our tail and due to catch up with us tomorrow. The skies have been dark; the seas choppy and threatening. But the big storm is yet to come.
No doubt, Queen Mary 2, a fortress of a ship designed especially for crossing the stormy seas of the North Atlantic, will handle the big waves just fine, as she always does. She’s built for this kind of thing.
Have you built a fortress ship to prepare for the stormy seas ahead for your portfolio? I hope so! You know how bearish I have been over the past year. If you have followed my advice you’ve gone mostly to cash.
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On November 1, Agustín Carstens, General Manager, Bank for International Settlements delivered a pretty punchy speech on the topic of payments systems evolution in modern age of digital technologies. Punchy, in the sense that much of it is focused on, …
Too much debt? Declining earnings per share? All of the above?? (Bloomberg) — General Electric Co. may still have a relatively solid investment-grade rating, but investors aren’t taking their chances.
The VC land of wonders and waste is awash with cash, thanks to a decade-long loose liquidity pumping across the markets by the Central Banks. Just as in the prior iterations of the same (the Dot.Com Bubble and the pre-GFC assets binge), the outrun will…
The Dow Jones just capped off its fourth straight day of losses.
Investors are already bracing for the next market correction.
But there’s another crisis looming, and it will make a correction, or even a market crash, look like child’s play…