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I had to chuckle after getting caught up in the ZeroHedge click bait headline A Mystery Investor Just Made A $262 Million Bet That The Stock Market Will Crash By October . First we should look at the ...
Zerohedge put out an interesting article yesterday Why "Nothing Matters": Central Banks Have Bought A Record $1 Trillion In Assets In 2017 . Please note this is $3.6 trillion annualized rate so far ...
Pure Liquidity
By Bill Holter - Aug 30, 2016
The 2008 Great Financial Crisis came about because we began to hit "debt saturation" levels. The crisis was one of solvency but was attended to with added liquidity. Sovereign treasuries still had the...
In a recent article, Peter Degraaf posted a series of charts including the one below. I must confess I had never seen this particular chart before but extremely glad it was posted. I knew the monetary...
BREXIT! I have to admit, I did not believe it would happen. Rather, I did not believe it would be "allowed" to happen. In retrospect I believe the elites will look back and wish they had "Diebold" ...
Financial writer Bill Holter says there are many signs that are signaling big trouble. Holter’s list starts with the troubled banking giant :Deutsche Bank and says it is his top candidate for ...
For more than three years we have watched the COMEX very closely. The initial clue to begin watching were the waterfall events where the amounts of paper gold and silver sold simply dwarfed what was ...
As you know, May COMEX gold, which traditionally is a non-event, was anything but this year. Last year, a total of 2,500 ounces stood for delivery; this year the number was 221,000 ounces. The amount ...
We live in a world where the difference between assets and liabilities has been blurred. In the old days, an asset was something you "owned" while a liability was something you "owed". Over the years ...
A very curious thing happened overnight in Japan, trading in their 10-year bonds was briefly halted. This was the result of a selloff that pushed yields from minus .10% up to minus .015%. The price ...