President Trump’s policies are a rich field for sowing evidence on the application of the law of unintended consequence in economic policies.
Confidence must be maintained under all circumstances
As the US House of Representatives (that controls the purse strings of the Federal government) escalates spending, the US Treasury has to issue more debt.
China is now only a faltering apartment Bubble away from a period of major economic upheaval and acute financial instability. It’s just one problem for financial markets worldwide. Doug’s overview of the week in world bubble finance is its usual tour de force.
How many more promises to be irresponsible do they get?
The more uncomfortable the question, the more dissembling the pseudo-scientific rant as reply.
Yes, households are reacting to prohibitive State (and local) taxation and regulations by moving.
One of the most badly-battered sectors of the market has been in the oil and gas space. Has it bottomed?
You know the old saying. Does it apply here? Professor Tony gives his take.
He’s still in 43 shorts but these charts show some of the best setups getting oversold.