Jeff Nielson joins me Vancouver to look at current events such as the massive attack on the Russian Ruble, the rapid decline in the price of oil, Currency wars and the real possibility of the outbreak of World War III to cover the unstoppable collapse of the dollar and the US Economy.
Jeff Nielson website: www.bullionbullscanada.com
For almost two years, by combining various points of view (speculative, geopolitical, technological, economic, strategic and monetary…), we have continued to anticipate a major crisis in the entire oil sector.Today, no one doubts the fact that we are actually at that point, and the GEAB must therefore anticipate the consequences of this veritable atomic bomb, which has begun to blow up all the old system’s pillars: everything which we […]
“Markets will take the hit before economies get the benefit” of a lower oil price, according to Blackrock
This month’s big fall in the price of oil should be good news for much of the world’s economy. But so far markets have been telling a different story.
The MSCI Europe index has dropped 4% since early December, while the S&P 500 index remains 1% lower over the same period despite a rally […]
1999 was the year before US stock markets collapsed.
Published on Dec 18, 2014
On a day of wild market fluctuations, the rouble, the dollar and the oil price all ended higher, and US stocks had their best day of the year, even as the Federal Reserve prepared the market for rate rises ahead. John Authers asks if they are gearing up to party like it’s 1999.
Click here for more Authers […]
from SGT Report.com:
I caught up with Miles Franklin’s Andy Hoffman today just after he recorded his latest audio blog-cast titled Laughable FOMC Statement Sets New Central Bank Credibility Low Until the SNB One. And Andy has never been more alarmed by what we have witnessed unfolding over just the past two weeks.The global economic system is literally coming apart at the seams.
While talking about this week’s “meaningless” FOMC statement and […]
By Michael Snyder
Getting prepared for the chaos that is coming to America in the years ahead is not that complicated. Help is out there – if you know where to look. And it doesn’t have to be expensive either. In this article, I have put together a list of 122 of the best prepper websites on the Internet that will teach you how to prep for free. The great thing […]
By Michael Snyder
Do you want to know if the stock market is going to crash next year? Just keep an eye on junk bonds. Prior to the horrific collapse of stocks in 2008, high yield debt collapsed first. And as you will see below, high yield debt is starting to crash again. The primary reason for this is the price of oil. The energy sector accounts for approximately 15 to […]
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If one likes the idea of buying low and selling higher, junk bonds might come to mind due to how hard they’ve been hit of late! The chart below highlights that an unusual and large performance spread between JNK and the S&P 500. Its not often that these two see a 10% return difference in just 60 days. This differential wasn’t the only thing that got […]
‘We don’t need a war when we can have a currency war‘- guest @sjderrick, Chief Currency Strategist, BNY Mellon
‘We don’t need a war when we can have a currency war’- guest @sjderrick, Chief Currency Strategist, BNY Mellon #Russia #Rouble @CNBC
— Louisa Bojesen (@louisabojesen) December 17, 2014
Currency war hots up as China prepares to bail out Russia
Does Putin & Co have a card up their sleeve amid the huge changes […]
Wolf Richter wolfstreet.com, www.amazon.com/author/wolfrichter
San Francisco is known for its mindboggling booms and breathtaking busts as the hot money from all over the world ebbs and flows amidst startup frenzies and IPO manias.
And now the hot money is flowing. It has created a delirious craziness in the housing market, surrounded by an environment where app makers without revenues but with big dreams and the word “disrupt” in their description are worth […]
AND their analysis didn’t even touch on Shale Oil Projects in the U.S.A. (Because they have too much invested in that).
Enjoy your $2.00 gas while it lasts…
In a stunning analysis this week, Goldman Sachs found almost $1 trillion in investments in future oil projects at risk. They looked at 400 of the world’s largest new oil and gas fields — excluding U.S. shale — and found projects representing $930 billion […]
By Michael Snyder
If you were about to take a final exam, would you have more hope or more fear if you didn’t understand any of the questions and you had not prepared for the test at all? I think that virtually all of us have had dreams where we show up for an exam that we have not studied for. Those dreams can be pretty terrifying. And of course if […]
Either we have some incredibly narrow reporting on the part of UK’s Mail Online, or we are witnessing a spectacular event of how incredibly dense the population of sheep are.
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian consumers flocked to the stores Wednesday, frantically buying a range of big-ticket items to pre-empt the price rises kicked off by the staggering fall in the value of the ruble in recent days.
Russia’s currency has been collapsing 15-20% in […]
Greece might be hit with Cyprus style bail-ins. Euro crisis getting worse. US mortgage applications declined, a sign that real estate is collapsing. Obama signed the 1.1 trillion spending bill. Russia is opening an investigation into the central bank actions. Corporate media polls show that the America people support torture. Police will be scanning social media sites to predict crime. U.S. and Cuba are reestablishing diplomatic relations. U.S. advisers are […]
Staples Inc. (SPLS), the largest U.S. office-supply retailer, said 1.16 million payment cards may have been affected in a series of data breaches that occurred from July into September.
The theft occurred after criminals deployed malware on point-of-sale systems at 115 of Staples’ 1,400 U.S. stores, the Framingham, Massachusetts-based company said today in a statement. The company disclosed in October that it was investigating a potential breach.
WASHINGTON (CBSDC) — President Barack Obama may have been thinking ahead to this weekend’s NFL games while addressing his position on the Sony cyberattacks.
Speaking about the Sony cyberattack at the hands of North Korea that caused “The Interview” to be pulled from theaters, Obama appeared to slip up James Franco’s name, confusing his last name with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.
December 19th, 2014
If you’re like me, Christmas is days away and you are still trying to figure out what to get for loved ones and friends.
Here are some things that just might blow them away this year (or keep them in mind for birthdays and random acts of kindness).
Some might not arrive in time for Christmas, but these are so cool that the recipient will be ecstatic when they open […]
BY JOHN WARD
After this post, as far as I’m concerned, Christmas has arrived. But this is a demolition job that’s been building up inside me for, ooh, I’d say only, you know – the last thirty years. Ever since, in fact, I started having doubts about feminism.
When I was much younger – the late Sixties and early Seventies – there was a thing called FemLib, later changed – as it […]
Danske Bank: EMU to be in -0.1% deflation this month, -0.5% in Q1 2015. Getting harder for Bundesbank to resist QE pic.twitter.com/aDtni7dhvz
— A Evans-Pritchard (@AmbroseEP) December 19, 2014
U.S. CMBS Maturity Wave Begins in 2Q’15 pic.twitter.com/CkA8D6YrLR
— Rudolf E. Havenstein (@RudyHavenstein) December 19, 2014
The national average wage index (AWI) is based on compensation (wages, tips, and the like) subject to Federal income taxes, as reported by employers on Forms W-2. Beginning with the AWI for 1991, compensation includes contributions to deferred compensation plans, but excludes certain distributions from plans where the distributions are included in the reported compensation subject to income taxes. We call the result of including contributions, and excluding certain distributions, […]
NASA has just finished building a $350 million test facility in Gulfsport, La., despite the program it was designed for having been canceled nearly four years ago. RT’s Ben Swann has more.
Don't worry about what people say behind your back. They're behind you for a reason.
— Danny-Boy Hatchard (@1danboy) December 14, 2014