Monthly Archives: July 2015

Dollar Currency War? Quad 4 Intensifies. Social Security Review.

“Hayden agreed with me that financial war will be a primary means of warfare in the twenty-first century”  Jim Rickards. Only one person has ever been Director of both the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency. That person … Continue reading

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Trapped In Artificial Finance. Nomi Prins. Earnings.

The chart above shows the rapidly declining internals within the S&P 500, which in the past has signaled significant declines in the S&P 500. While many big cap stocks continue to hold up, most stocks have begun to struggle. I will return … Continue reading

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Diminishing Returns From Policy Extremes. Treasury Bonds Or Stocks?

“We are in the endgame of central planners’ attempts to keep the lid on the simmering stew of profound imbalances that characterize the status quo. Maintaining the Illusion of Stability Now Requires Ever Greater Extremes of central-planning policies.” Charles Hugh Smith … Continue reading

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Fragile Power Losing Control As Growth Slows.

“We’ve finally reached the beginning of the end of this grand policy experiment. As a politician, all you can do now is panic & print. No, you can’t print growth. I think that’s why the plannings, panics, and printings are … Continue reading

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BIS Explains Global Financial Incoherence

The Bank For International Settlements annual review, out last Sunday, reveals  the reasons for the current state of global financial incoherence. At last a major policy institution has stated the obvious. “Beneath the surface, though, the medium-term risks and tensions … Continue reading

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