There’s evidence that the revenue loss has stabilized. But there’s no sign of growth. Here’s why that’s bad news for stocks.
There are increasing hints of a bottom in gold. Here’s what to look for.
The market continues to trend weakly higher, with no sign of real conviction or cyclical breadth momentum.
The data suggests that the economy has perked up from some softness in the previous 3 months. That will encourage the Fed not only to continue tightening. Not only that, but now a Fedhead has come out suggesting that policy should be even more restrictive. But will the Trump Regime employ countermeasures to boost stocks?…
Gold shows signs of bottoming an important cycle, and while miners have been getting hammered I have picked a falling knife to try and catch. It looks better than the rest.
There are enough red flags to suggest that a top is finally forming. Here’s what to look for.
Smoke and mirrors continue to drive lending and deposit growth in the European banking system. But the reckoning is coming.
While the miners plumb new depths in their search for the bottom, the metal itself is doing better.
The aggregate indicator of cycle screening measures made another lower high last week. It has been making lower highs since May, and the downward angle has been increasing. So where’s the market headed? This report gives the answer.