Daily Archives: May 23, 2014

Bond yields not running with equity bulls

For a couple of years off the bottom in 2009, bond yields believed the economic promise of growth buoyed by fiscal and monetary stimulus. But then in 2010, bond yields noted that global growth was declining once more and yields … Continue reading

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Economic barometer: golf players contracting

Another sign of our aging demographics and economically trying times:  golf demand is contracting.  As the credit bubble built, new golf courses were popping up like chicken pox.  But since 2008, fewer people are finding the means to partake in … Continue reading

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QE taper withdrawing liquidity from stocks

This clip starts out with the usual carnival-promoter comments from salesman Smith, but then quickly moves to a relevant discussion from Boockvar on the tightening effects of the QE taper withdrawing speculative liquidity from stocks. Keep in mind that having … Continue reading

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Danielle’s weekly market update

Danielle was a guest today with Jim Goddard of Talk Digital Network talking about recent trends in the world economy and markets. You can listen to audio clip of the segment here.

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Faber on our debt purchased asset deflation cycle

Marc Faber, investment guru and the editor of the Gloom, Boom and Doom report, warned on Thursday that stock markets — particularly in the United States — were vulnerable to sharp falls. Here is a direct video link. Here is … Continue reading

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