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John Rubino

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John Rubino's Opinion & Analysis
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Last week began with crosscurrents that made it hard to predict. See: "Fear and Greed: On Monday, It’s China Versus Greece." This week is starting with no such ambiguity. The Greeks had their...
Though it might yet drag on for weeks, months or even years, Greece’s drama can end in one of only two ways: continued austerity, which consigns its most vulnerable 50% to an endless...
Fear and greed are both getting a serious workout lately, but Monday will be even more fun than usual because of two big stories that hit over the weekend. First, Greece decided to put the draconian...
This morning saw two very strong housing reports: First-time buyers lift U.S. home sales to 5-1/2-year high WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. home resales surged to a 5-1/2-year high in May as...
And now the Atlanta Fed, which has lately been both far more pessimistic and far more accurate about US growth than other mainstream economists, is creeping towards the Blue Chip consensus. It...
Guys, please. As much as we all love a good crisis, this is getting old. The threats, the name-calling, the apocalypse certain to occur if one side doesn’t immediately cave to the other’s...
Let’s see…A heavily-indebted country can’t pay its bills, engages in a long series of failed attempts to manage a partial, controlled default, sees most of its capital flee to safer...
The splash that BitGold made recently by buying GoldMoney led many (including this writer) to assume that the Canadian start-up was pioneering the gold-backed currency space. But it turns out that...
Gold bugs around the world got a shock a few weeks ago when a tiny Canadian start-up called BitGold bought venerable GoldMoney, the second biggest (after BullionVault) precious metals storage...
One (perhaps the only) bright spot in the past few year’s gold market has been Chinese and Indian demand for the metal. Here’s a chart, courtesy of Ed Steer’s Gold & Silver...