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Here’s How Blowout Jobs Numbers Are Like Termites

Low Wage Jobs Surge- Click to enlarge

Look at those wonderful jobs numbers. It’s like a beautiful house where, hidden from view, termites are quietly and insidiously, slowly but surely, eating away at its structural elements. Eventually the building just starts falling apart and must be condemned. The seasonally adjusted headline number for nonfarm payroll jobs added in February was 295,000. The consensus estimate…

Here’s Why Jobless Claims Suggest Blowout Nonfarm Payrolls But May Be a Canary In The Coal Mine

Initial Claims and Annual Rate of Change- Click to enlarge

After running at all time record bubble levels since September 2013, initial jobless claims may finally be signaling that the central bank driven asset bubble economy may be beginning to crack. The actual unmanipulated data on weekly first time unemployment claims has painted a picture of a US economy that is in a bubble that…

Yet Another Record Low In Initial Unemployment Claims Screams Danger

Initial Claims and Annual Rate of Change- Click to enlarge

The actual unmanipulated data on weekly first time unemployment claims paints a picture of a US economy that is in a bubble that is boiling over, driven by the massive central bank money printing campaigns and ZIRP. The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 313,000. The…

Chart of the Day – Why Mainstream Financial Media Has Trouble Interpreting Abstract Impressionism

Existing Home Sales- Click to enlarge

If the mainstream media would just stop the silly nonsense of using seasonally adjusted (SA) abstract impressionistic data and then trying to explain it away, reality would be obvious. The headlines today said that existing home sales were down and then the Wall Street Jourbull tried to explain that away as a seasonal adjustment problem. Correctomundo!…

Fed Is Like A Mother Who Still Breastfeeds Her 6 Year Old

Lindsay Williams asked me on his evening drive time radio show in South Africa how I felt about the FOMC meeting minutes.

Uh oh.

You can catch Lindsay’s radio show delayed podcasts at Fine Business Radio. Or listen live at 11 AM New York time. The focus is on Africa and South Africa but Lindsay also talks to investors from around the world daily.

Want to learn more about the Fed’s fraud on the American people? Watch this.

Jobless Claims Record Low String Accelerates As US Bubble Economy Boils Over

Claims and Stock Prices- Click to enlarge

The actual unmanipulated data on weekly first time unemployment claims paints a picture of a US economy that is in a bubble that is boiling over, driven by the massive central bank money printing campaigns and ZIRP. The headline, fictional, seasonally adjusted (SA) number of initial unemployment claims for last week came in at 283,000. The…

Warning! This Video May Cause Exploding Head Syndrome, Viewer Discretion Advised

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Radio Free Wall Street. To view original, click here.

Lee Adler reviews a section of the January FOMC meeting minutes that nobody is paying any attention to. This section of the minutes shows clearly that the Fed is delusional. It will blow your mind.

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Today’s RFWS was absolutely outstanding. (I’m glad I actually watched this one rather than just listening while running.) When it comes to financial journalism, Lee, you remain an island of sanity in a huge sea of crap. Thanks.

Bob

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