Guest Post: By Monty Pelerin In a previous article entitled “Government: ‘A Seedy Circus … Perpetually In Debt’,” government was likened to Larsen E. Whipsnade, the character played by the one-of-a-kind W. C. Fields in the 1939 movie “You Can’t Cheat An Honest Man.” Characterizing Leviathan government as an individual, even one as large as Whipsnade, was a […]
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Author: Pater Tenebrarum What Happens Usually After Big Bear Markets Conclude? If we look back at the history of big bear markets in stocks, they normally put in a definitive low either at the height of a panic (a spike low), or after an extended period of disinterest, during which the market usually declines considerably further […]
To understand what is going on with COMEX stocks, don’t look at the stock level – it will lead you astray. You need the metric I presented at the Gold Standard Institute’s 2009 seminar; one which Professor Fekete thought was the single most important metric to determine stress in the market. The second thing you need to do […]
The big picture over the past few months is that markets are experiencing one large adjustment after another, perhaps analogous to the shifting of tectonic plates that create rolling earthquakes and various aftershocks. The first large move was the fall in the yen (rise in dollar/yen), and the change in sentiment towards Apple (AAPL) which […]
In an effort to “protect” Americans from falling prey to financial scams, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to help you in making investment decisions. See here. In an attempt to provide clarity on the Bureau’s statements, we have provided the following translation. “We, The Bureau, believe that the average American is not capable […]