It Will All Come Crashing Down; Taxes for “Non-Essentials”, Economic Despair Warns Gerald Celente

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Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal, speaks with our Daniela Cambone about the current economic recovery plan. “It’s all going to come crashing down,” he warns in this interview with Stansberry Investor.  #investor #investing #stocks Get the same kind of tools used by the world’s elite investors: ______________________________ Follow us on Facebook:… Read More

The global debt problem

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It has been recently estimated that global debts stand at $284 trillion equivalent, representing 355% of global GDP. Estimates such as these must be treated with caution, and they probably underestimate financial sector debt. Furthermore, no allowance in these figures is made for OTC derivatives, which according to the Bank for International Settlements have a… Read More

The US Dollar Comes Back Bid after Being Squeezed Yesterday

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Overview:  European bourses are playing catch-up as they reopen after the long holiday weekend. The Dow Jones Stoxx 600 gapped higher and is trading at record levels, led by materials and financials.  Asia Pacific markets were mixed after US indices rallied yesterday.  A sharp fall in household spending may have weighed on Japanese shares. US… Read More

Market Pushes First Rate Hike into 2022

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Overview:  Many financial centers in Asia and Europe remain closed for the extended holiday.  Although several markets that were open were higher in the Asia Pacific region, India was an exception as a record contagion sent stocks down the most in five weeks.  US futures are pointing higher, led by the Dow, while the NASDAQ… Read More

The Russians Are Reportedly Using “120-Caliber Mortars” And “Hand-Held Anti-Tank Grenade Launchers” To Bombard Ukrainian Positions

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Why is the corporate media in the United States so quiet about this?  As more Russian forces race toward the conflict zone, the Russians have reportedly been hammering Ukrainian positions over the past couple of days.  But I haven’t been able to find a peep about this from the corporate media.  I don’t understand why… Read More

Holiday Note: US Jobs Day

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Overview:  Most financial centers are closed for the holiday today.  Those markets that were open in the Asia Pacific region, like Japan, China, and South Korea, advanced.  US equity futures are also higher after the S&P 500 reached a new record, and the NASDAQ gapped higher.  The cash market is closed today, but the bond… Read More

Ukrainian Troops Are Being Fired Upon By Grenade Launchers And Machine Guns As More Russian Forces Race Toward The Border

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Could this be the spark that causes World War 3 to erupt?  At this hour, Russian and Ukrainian military forces continue to rush toward the conflict zone, and to say that things are “tense” in the region would be a tremendous understatement.  As I discussed yesterday, when Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky signed Decree No. 117/2021… Read More

Gold Reserves Depleting Is a Real Problem Warns David Garofalo

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With a lack of new discoveries and the shift away from growth-focused strategies, the world’s major gold miners have seen their economically mineable gold reserves decline over the past ten years. Our Daniela Cambone speaks with David Garofalo, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Gold Royalty Corp., about the gold mining sector’s “existential issue” of… Read More

Here’s to a Better Second Quarter

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Overview: The global capital markets have begun the new month and quarter on a good note.  Equity markets are encouraged by yesterday’s gains in the US.  Most markets in the Asia Pacific region rallied, led by Hong Kong, even though earnings reports saw trading halted in around 50 companies.  Europe’s Down Jones Stoxx 600 is… Read More

Euro and Dollar Index Targets Met, Now What?

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The dollar set new highs for the year against the euro, yen, Swiss franc, the Swedish krona, Australian and New Zealand dollars, and Chinese yuan last week.  There was some consolidation ahead of the weekend, but the divergence meme remains intact.  Two developments next week may underscore it:  Biden’s initial proposals for the large (~$3… Read More

What to Look at Next Week

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The US dollar extended its recent gains even as the yield on the 10-year Treasury pulled back by more than 15 basis points.  The euro, the 7-Up to the dollar’s cola, fell to its lowest level since last November and the greenback rose to new highs for the year against most of the major currencies,… Read More

IMF Silently Creates New Money Layer, Why You Need to Leave the Banks: Willem Middelkoop

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The International Monetary Fund’s special drawing right (SDR) – the international reserve asset created in 1969 to prepare for a new dollar crisis – is undergoing a renaissance with important worldwide repercussions says Willem Middelkoop, author of the Big Reset. “The announcement of the largest-ever increase in SDR allocations, which will greatly improve the liquidity… Read More

Biden’s last throw of geopolitical dice

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] In a continuing cold war, America is already on the back foot. We have yet to see how long it will be before the Biden administration realises its few victories will be unaffordably Pyrrhic, and by merely not responding to American provocation the Chinese/Russian partnership will emerge as the victors.… Read More