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China Commodities, Stocks Are Tumbling

As we just detailed in great depth, China's credit growth is slowing at just the wrong time – as exemplified by last night's economic malaise and bond market weakness – and tonight we are starting to see it ripple through commodity and stock markets… As we noted earlier, Chinese bonds are breaking key levels as […]


Could A Commodity Rally Help Spark Silver?

  Could A Commodity Rally Help Spark Silver? Written by Craig Hemke, Sprott Money News and TF Metals Report    While it is widely believed that commodities are one of the few “undervalued” sectors, sustained rallies have been hard to find over the past few years. Could all that be finally beginning to change?   […]


Where To Invest When (Almost) Everything’s In A Bubble

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Many things that are scarce and thus valuable cannot be bought on the global marketplace. Now that almost every asset class is in a bubble, the question of where to invest one's capital has become particularly vexing. The ashes of wealth consumed by the 2008-09 Global Financial […]


Is Bitcoin A Tower Of Monetary Babel?

Authored by Antonius Aquinas, The promoters of crypto currencies have gushingly touted them as the mechanism by which the present central banking cabal and the system of nation states which derive much of their power from will be brought down and replaced by digital money.  Despite their meteoric rise as speculative “assets,” there are fundamental […]


Hard Assets In An Age Of Negative Interest Rates

Authored by Marcia Christoff-Kurapova via The Mises Institute, Time is the soul of money, the long-view – its immortality. Hard assets are forever, even when destroyed by the cataclysms of history. It is the outlook that perpetuated the most competent and powerful aristocracies in continental Europe, well up through World War I and, in certain […]


The Economist Claims: Sending 1.2 Billion Unskilled Africans To Europe Will Increase World GDP

Via GEFIRA, The Economist ran a couple of articles promoting migration as good for the global economy.  Professor Bryan Caplan argued that labour is the world’s most valuable commodity and its value depends on location. If borders were open, a world of free movement would be $78 trillion richer. Mexican labourers can expect to earn 150% more […]


Inside The “Wildest Commodity Trade” Ever… Just Don’t Blink

Besides the hilariously fabricated economic data and the whole central planning bit – both of which are now everywhere these days – the one most notable feature about China’s economy and capital markets are the constantly rolling, bursting and resurrecting asset bubbles: from housing, to stocks, to bonds, to commodities, to cryptocurrencies, to pretty much […]