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Goldnomics Podcast – Gold, Stocks, Bitcoin in 2018. Everything Bubble Bursts?

Goldnomics Podcast – Gold, Stocks, Bitcoin in 2018. Everything Bubble Bursts?  Click here to listen to podcast In this our first GoldNomics podcast we take a look at the major financial market themes of 2017 and delve into the outlook in 2018. GoldCore CEO Stephen Flood and GoldCore’s Research Director and world renowned precious metals […]


Bitcoin Bloodbaths Most In 4 Years As Stocks, Bond Yields, & Bullion Bounce

It was quite a week… Dow, S&P up 5th week in a row VIX up Long Bond's worst week since the election HY Bond down 4th week in a row Bitcoin's worst week since Dec 2013 Gold's best week in 2 months Copper's best 2 weeks since election But cryptocurrencies made all the headlines this […]


The Reversal: “Smart Money” Using December Day Sessions To Dump Stocks

Everything changed in December… For months, the so-called "Smart Money" has been on-board with the incessant rally in US equity markets, buying every dip – no matter how shallow. However, since the end of November, a very different regime appeared to take hold. As a reminder, Bloomberg's SMART index is calculated by taking the action […]


One Trader Reflects On A Bad Trade – The Never-Ending Grain Pain (And Whose Fault It Was)

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, I have had some bad trades in my day. But lately, one call has been especially atrocious. For the past couple of years, I have taken stabs on the long side of the grain market. At different times, I have held various positions for different lengths […]


Volatility Traders Suddenly Scared Of (Stock) Heights?

Via Dana Lyons' Tumblr, Despite the S&P 500's jump to new all-time highs, trading in the short-term volatility market is signaling elevated levels of fear. We mentioned yesterday that some strange developments were afoot in the stock market lately. Well, the strangeness continued through yesterday's market action. Today we look at unusual activity in the […]


Crude Oil bulls don’t want to see selling start here

The last 5-months Crude Oil has experienced a strong rally and has been much stronger than the S&P 500 (gained 27% more), highlighted in the chart below- CLICK ON CHART TO ENLARGE This strong rally now has Crude testing what could be an important price zone for one of the worlds most important commodities- CLICK ON CHART […]


The Dumbest Dumb Money Finally Gets Suckered In

Authored by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, Corporate share repurchases have turned out to be a great mechanism for converting Federal Reserve easing into higher consumer spending. Just allow public companies to borrow really cheaply and one of the things they do with the resulting found money is repurchase their stock. This pushes up equity prices, […]


China’s Credit Growth Is Freezing Up At The Worst Possible Time

Submitted by Gordon Johnson of Axiom Capital CREDIT LEADS “ALL OTHER” ECONOMIC DATA IN CHINA China until recently euphoric credit growth, is rapidly grinding to a halt. As we published last week, and a key underpinning of our negative outlook on commodity prices through the remainder of 4Q17 and into 2018, the moderation in China’s […]


Who Are You Going to Trust, the Fed or $76 Trillion in “Smart Money”?

Let’s talk about inflation. There are two types of inflation in the world… the “inflation” that you and I experience in the form of a rising cost of living induced by Central Banks devaluing our currencies… …and the inflation that Central Banks are “targeting” in the bizarre claim that somehow hitting said targets will unleash […]


Growth In China Is Slowing: What Does It Mean For Commodity Prices

By Gordon Johnson of Axiom Capital CHINA MACRO ANALYSIS: Growth in China is Slowing… Will it Continue, and What, if Any, will be the Impact to Commodity Prices? While steel prices have firmed to start this week on rumors that steel mill production cuts, particularly in China’s biggest steel-producing city Tangshan, have failed to meet […]


Stock and Awe, Bears in Bondage

The following article by David Haggith was published on The Great Recession Blog: The Trump Rally pushed ahead relentlessly through a summer full of high omens and great disasters, all which it swatted off like flies. Even so, all was not perfect in the market as nerves began to jitter midsummer beneath the surface even among the most […]


A Nasty Head and Shoulders is Forming in Treasuries

While the financial media “high fives” over stocks hitting new high, something far more important is brewing in the bond markets. Bonds are the “smart money” in the financial system. The bond markets are not only much larger, but much more liquid than stocks. As such, when a major change begins to unfold, bonds usually […]


Mike Krieger Is “Surprisingly Optimistic” About The Future… But There’s A Catch

Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, To summarize, in just the last few years the world has invented a way to create software services that have no central operator. These services are called decentralized applications and they are enabled with crypto assets that incentivize entities on the internet to contribute resources?—?processing, storage, computing?—?necessary […]


Personal Recollections From The Crash Of 1987: “There Was No ‘Smart Money’ That Day!”

Via LyonsSharePro.com, The following guest post is a first-hand account of the events surrounding the Crash of 1987 by JLFMI President, John S. Lyons. Personal Recollections of the Crash of 1987 on its 30th Anniversary “There was no ‘smart money’ that day.” What do the assassination of President John F Kennedy, the beginning of Desert Storm […]


Extremes Are Everywhere

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, This past weekend, I discussed what appears to be the markets ongoing melt-up toward its inevitable conclusion. Of course, that move is supported by the last of the “holdouts” that finally capitulate and take the plunge back into a market that “can seemingly never go down.” But therein lies the […]