Jeffrey Gundlach, known world over as the “bond king”, is going full-on bear as he paints a bleak picture of both the stock and bond markets – as well as the economy at large.
Is it a coincidence that there’s an inverse relationship between the financial compensation of the corporate elites that run automakers like Ford and General Motors, and the jobs, wages, and benefits of the struggling American workers who form the foundation of these companies?
Antisocial, isolated, entitled, wasteful, irresponsible... Millennials get tagged with negative labels all the time by previous generations, but it’s generally the result of media-fueled stereotypes and/or isolated incidents.
It’s an alarming trend that’s emblematic of an undercurrent of fear and distress in a nation where governmental agencies rule with an iron fist: increasing numbers of Chinese officials, from the central government to local authorities, are reportedly committing suicide.
Some of us watch gold, some of us watch silver, and some of us watch both... but how many of us regularly monitor the ratio of gold to silver?
Although the U.S. dollar has lost a major portion of its value over our lifetimes (and that’s true no matter what age you happen to be), a dead-cat bounce in 2018 may have lulled some currency speculators into ...
I wouldn’t normally consider the Federal Reserve Bank of New York a beacon of truth, but I’m having no trouble believing them when they tell us that our debt is on the rise once again.
WHAT Middle Class? Evidence That the “Recovery” Never Happened, Straight from the American Government
While it’s typical for governments to play the blame game when things aren’t going well and to take credit when the economy improves, from time to time the truth accidentally slips out.
Gerald Celente, Director at TrendsResearch.com and one of the top trend forecasters in the world, has been getting ultra-aggressive in his call that gold is now in the midst of a bottoming process. With commercial hedgers showing renewed interest in gold, Mr. Celente’s long-standing bullish call on gold seems to be panning out in his favor.
With gold having struggled throughout much of 2018, it’s easy for analysts to take a bearish view of the world’s most popular precious metal. However, John LaForge, the Wells Fargo Investment Institute’s head of real asset strategy, has flipped bullish on gold – and his reasons actually appear to carry some weight.