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Frontrunning: December 27

Post-Holiday Rush: Homeowners Line Up to Prepay Tax Bills (WSJ) World stocks rise as metals surge mitigates iPhone X woes (Reuters) White House Considers Former Bush-Era Economists for Fed No. 2 Job (WSJ) More lawsuits over slowing down of older iPhones (Reuters) Barclays Takes $1.3 Billion Hit From U.S. Tax Bill (BBG) Shell, Barclays Detail […]


Crazy Eyes is BACK!

From the Slope of Hope: I saw a headline on December 24 which put a damper on my Christmas Eve: Ummm – – so why on earth would this bug me? I don’t have a dog in this fight. If Theranos goes bankrupt, it doesn’t hurt or help me one bit. If they become the […]


Welcome To The Age Of The Information-Industrial Complex

Authored by James Cobett via The Corbett Report, When WWII ended and the American deep state welded the national security establishment into place with the National Security Act, the world entered into a new era: the era of the military-industrial complex. But when the Cold War ended and the “Clash of Civilizations” became the new […]


Dialog Semi Crashes On Report Apple Will Use Its Own Power Chips

UK-based Dialog Semiconductor crashed as much as 17% following a Nikkei report that Apple will design its own power chips for use in iPhones as early as 2018, cutting dependence on Dialog “as it seeks to boost its semiconductor capabilities to better compete with rivals.” As the Nikkei adds, The main power management chip controls […]


No Courage To Extend Duration

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, For a supposedly shrewd guy, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin sometimes astounds me. When he first took over the job, Mnuchin said the “concept of ultra-long bonds made sense for us to explore.” With interest rates knocking at multi-generational lows, the idea of the government extending duration seemed […]


Apple Soars To $900BN In Mkt Cap After Crushing Earnings And iPhone X Guidance

While Apple gets a freebie in the current (fourth fiscal) quarter, as it came just before the official release of the iPhone 8 and X, traders were still looking at overall trends and guidance from Tim Cook on what to expected from the all important holiday quarter. What they got was just what they requested, […]


Apple Soars To $900 BN In Mkt Cap After Crushing Earnings And iPhone X Guidance

While Apple gets a freebie in the current (fourth) quarter, as it came just before the official release of the iPhone 8 and X, traders were still looking at overall trends and guidance from Tim Cook on what to expected from the all important holiday quarter. What they got was just what they requested, with […]


Falling Productivity of Debt, Gold and Silver Report 15 Oct 2017

Last week, we discussed the ongoing fall of dividend, and especially earnings, yields. This Report is not a stock letter, and we make no stock market predictions. We talk about this phenomenon to make a different point. The discount rate has fallen to a very low level indeed. Discount in stocks is how you assess […]


“We Microchip Dogs, So Why Not Athletes” – Olympics Suggest Implants To Prevent Doping

Companies in Scandinavia and the US have already embraced microchipping as a way to make the office experience more seamless by allowing employees to easily unlock doors or pay for food in the cafeteria. Of course, while workers say they've welcomed the technology (one Russian hobbyist has reported self-implanted six microchips), and companies not to […]


“Technical Error” Blamed For Dow Jones Fake News That Google Is Buying Apple

It appears that “fake news” has finally made it to the news wires. Shortly after the market open, Dow Jones blasted a story that “in a surprise to everyone who is alive” Google was buying Apple for $9 billion. It said that Google CEO Larry Page had “secret talks with the now-deceased Steve Jobs in […]


Are Tim Cook’s Days As CEO Numbered?

Authored by Mark St.Cyr, Why I posit the above is for this reason: Back in May of 2014 I penned the article: “Did Apple Just Become Microsoft?” In it I made the following points. To wit: “However since the passing of Jobs, quite rightly, there has been an intense spotlight focused squarely on the Apple […]


Visualizing The Many Failures Of Elon Musk

Elon Musk is having a rough week. After confessing to investors and Tesla’s customers that the company had only managed to build 260 of the 1,500 Model 3 Sedans that it had promised to deliver by the end of the third quarter, the Wall Street Journal revealed that the Tesla had not yet finished building […]


Silicon Valley Millennial Offers LSD “Microdosing” Course, But Is There A Hidden Agenda?

Via StockBoardAsset.com, A psychedelic renaissance in Silicon Valley is taking millennials by storm, and it’s called ‘microdosing’ LSD. Millennials in Silicon Valley are ditching their daily cocktail–which contains vitamins, minerals, and protein shakes, for a microdose of LSD with their avocado and toast. Paul Austin, 27, a professional microdosing coach, and the founder of ‘The […]


“It’s Not Too Late…”

Authored by Kevin Muir via The Macro Tourist blog, One of the great parts of writing this letter is the people I get to meet. Among those I enjoy hearing from is former NYSE floor trader, Clay Tompkins. His years spent on a trading floor gives Clay a certain insight about markets that is tough […]


iPhone X So Expensive In India “You Can Fly To Hong Kong, Buy It, Come Back And Save Money”

One day after the most anticipated Apple product launch in 10 years, several problems have emerged for the much hyped iPhone X, face-recognition demo flop notwithstanding: it will be substantially delayed confirming all earlier reports of supply-chain bottlenecks, and it will be expensive, perhaps prohibitively so. The introductory prices of the iPhone 8 and the […]