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Daily Archives: June 19, 2013
This long-term chart of copper reflects the leverage-fueled boom and busts since our secular bear began in 2000. The latest “QE bubble” for copper peaked in 2011 and since then Dr. copper has been beckoning still over-priced stock markets lower … Continue reading
Today the news is all a flutter about what the Federal Reserve may do and say about the path of its aggressive monetary program. Some talking heads are suggesting that the Fed will not pull back because the economy is … Continue reading
Meredith Whitney talks with Reuters about the math constraints on State finances in the wake of the credit bubble, as well as the opportunities for America in fresh thinking. Here is a direct video link.
Growing pressure over water remains the most worrying symptom of climate change, argues the World Bank President, while a projected 2°C rise in temperature by 2030 could submerge Bangkok. Here is a direct link.