Humanity At A Crossroads: Deliberately Created Systemic Risk Coming Apart. By Gregory Mannarino
In recent months a number of the world’s central banks have veered into territory once unimaginable to most economists: negative interest rates.
Standard textbook theories hold that negative interest rates are infeasible because depositors always have the outside option of holding
Sputnik reports, For the first time in history the US national debt has exceeded 19 trillion dollars. That’s more than 58 thousand dollars per person living in the US – including children.
According to the President of American Action Forum think-tank, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, the US is likely to face an even more negative economic
There was a story in the Yahoo Financial section yesterday about how Deutsche Bank was just fine, everything was great and they had enough capital to survive the end of the world…
It brought to mind the spin the MSM tried to put on Lehman eight years ago…when they say, don’t worry…that’s when you fuckin’
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Among the many themes we might pick for the market turmoil – energy, margin debt retreating, currency gyrations, emerging market disarray – the one that will be the most punishing is when people lose faith in central bankers to control the markets and steer certain outcomes.
As I noted in a recent piece:
For me it would take a lot because of the public nature of my role. I simply don’t want a lot of valuables in the house when so many might know that.
So I have a higher threshold than most for when to go down and empty my safe deposit boxes. I’ve only done it
Sorry for the language, but something just happened…all of my stocks feeds popped at once…especially for the financials…
I guess it was the OPEC rumor…again…strange that it is now rumors of oil supply cuts that can whip around trillions in market cap.
I’m not sure how any of this is supposed to seem healthy,
“The last duty of a central banker is to tell the public the truth.” – Alan Blinder, former Federal Reserve Board Vice Chairman
The Federal Reserve Board finds itself back in a quandary of its own making. When Fed chair Janet Yellen pushed through an interest rate hike this past December, she confidently cited
BY CHRIS PUPLAVA
Selling pressure is drying up but for a sustainable bottom to form we need credit markets to improve, which hasn’t happened yet.
As shown below, various major indices are either testing or hitting new lows while the percent of stocks hitting 4-week, 12-week, and 52-week lows is drying up, similar to the August/September
by Martin Armstrong
COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, I attended the Berlin Conference and I must say, you told us to expect a move between the Benchmarks in gold, and that the first quarter looked to be a countertrend move. You seem to be able to map out the direction of markets all the time. I
As a political observer and small time analyst here in New England I have spent quite a bit of time in this election.
I Want to make note of a few things and lay out what to expect at the DNC debate this evening.
To fully understand what I am going to lay out
by Martin Armstrong
Some people are confused by what I mean when I say that rates will rise as we move into the sovereign debt crisis, which will pick up steam in 2017 moving into 2020. We are NOT talking about central banks raising rates; we are looking at the FREE MARKET. As people
by John Rubino
For banks, the recent news is pretty grim. But it’s about to get much worse, based on the following:
Yield Curve Flattens: Now 10-Year Yields Just 1% More than 2-Year
(Barrons) – Ye olde yield curve keeps getting flatter. Wednesday continued the trend — which is most pronounced between two and 10-year
by Gary Christenson
The exchange rate between the Argentina Peso and the US dollar in January 1945 was 4.17 pesos to one dollar. Like the United States, Argentina created substantial price inflation – devaluation of their currency – in the 1950s – 1990s.
According to Wikipedia Argentina devalued their currency by a factor of 100 in
by Martin Armstrong
The fuse has been lit. The world economy is in serious trouble and we have the worst possible people at the helm. You have Obama who wants to double the funding now for the SEC and CFTC to go after the banks because he smells blood. He also wants to add a
by B. Christopher Agee, Western Journalism
“This isn’t about equality…”
Tomi Lahren, host of TheBlaze’s Tomi, was among the many conservative pundits to criticize Sunday’s Super Bowl halftime show, which featured pop star Beyonce in a Black Panthers-themed performance. According to Lahren, the politically charged display was just the latest effort to stoke racial tensions.