WarMachines.com

Industrial War Machine Complex – Buy Bitcoin Defeat Corrupt Governments Everywhere!!


WarMachines.com

Archives by tag

One Trader Scoffs “Finally, A Market Where It’s Easy To Get Rich”

Sometimes you have to just throw in the towel, know when to fold 'em, and join 'em coz you can't beat 'em.. and that appears to be former fund manager Richard Breslow's take on the current utter apathy in markets currently. His message is clear – nothing matters except technical levels – which ironically, none […]


Speculative Positioning Is Back To Extremes

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, In this past weekend’s missive I wrote: “So…Should I “Buy The F*$(@!# NOKO?” My best guess currently is – probably. But not yet.” “In our portfolios, we will wait for confirmation the current sell-off has abated before adding additional risk exposure to portfolios. In recent years, such market tantrums have been very short-lived and […]


Preparing for Zombie Apocalypse for less than $1,200 in just one weekend

You think that after watching all the wonders of modern warfare fall flat on their high-tech hyper ass, that after watching three months of the Great Panic and watching everything you knew as reality be eaten alive by an enemy that wasn’t even supposed to exist that you’re gonna keep a cool fucking head and […]


Can The Permian Push Oil Prices Down To $40?

Authored by Irina Slav via OilPrice.com, Two analyst firms have revised upwards their production growth forecasts for the Permian, expecting oil output there to be 300,000 bpd higher by the end of this year. The firms are none other than Wood Mackenzie, whose analysts expect 300,000 bpd more in Permian output by end-2017—a 200,000-bpd increase […]


Silicon Valley Tightens Its Grip On Free Speech

Authored by Edmund Kozak via Lifezette.com, Alliance between progressives and tech is killing the unfettered exchange of ideas… Political totalitarianism is coming to America, and it is being ushered in not by government thugs in jackboots but by progressive activists and their allies in Silicon Valley. In a chilling oped published in The New York […]


The Billionaire Bears Club

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, I don’t regularly watch CNBC, but last week while on vacation, I turned on the Sirius XM radio and was instantly assaulted with Jim Cramer’s shrieking. I was about to turn the channel when he shouted how the “billionaire bears” might finally be catching a break […]


Autonomous Cars Could Impact Nearly 16 Million Jobs In U.S., Commerce Department Finds

The technology required to enable fully autonomous cars is not here yet. You’ll get no argument from us on that point.  Despite the loftiest of wishes from companies like Uber and Tesla, for now autonomous cars can’t seem to stop running red lights…which is a slight issue.  And that says nothing about the societal transformation […]


Some Thoughts On “Long-Term Investing”

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Last week, I was having lunch with a prospective portfolio management client discussing the current market and economic backdrop and the related risk to invested capital. During our appetizer of stone crabs and lobster-corn chowder, (if you ever drift into a Truluck’s restaurant I highly suggest both) he discussed […]


Citi Chief Economist Fears “Financial Froth” But Thinks “Fed Tightening Is No Big Deal”

Authored by Valentin Schmid via The Epoch Times, There are few entertaining economists, and fewer still work on Wall Street. Willem Buiter, the chief economist of Citigroup, is one of them. He is not only entertaining, but also outspoken—and his analysis of key economic trends and themes is second to none. The Epoch Times spoke […]


Big Red Flag For Crude Bulls: Chinese Oil Refining Tumbles Most In Three Years As Fuel Demand Slides

Slowly but surely, what we have claimed for the past year – that it is the demand side of the oil equation, not the supply, and especially the “Chinese wildcard” that is the critical factor in setting prices – is starting to emerge and be factored in by markets. And so, just days after we […]


Yes Congress, Afghanistan Is Your Vietnam

Authored by Andrew Bacevich via The American Conservative, Does any member have the courage and vision to take responsibility? Just shy of fifty years ago on November 7, 1967, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, chaired by J. William Fulbright, Democrat of Arkansas, met in executive session to assess the progress of the ongoing Vietnam War. […]