As we began to look into famous historical instances of hyperinflation, it became clear that the presence of an alternative form of money was the key to hyperinflation.
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After such a strong run, on comparatively high interest rates, we can only imagine what a dose of even lower, and perhaps negative interest rates, will do for the Aussie dollar gold price.
Whether the euro is most at risk of a Soros attack. Some analysts think that if the UK leaves the EU, it could put the entire European project at risk.
Part of being an active investor means checking out a whole range of stocks: dividend stocks, growth stocks, blue-chips, mid-caps and tech stocks.
On any given day, the market’s biggest movers are the stocks you’ve likely never heard of. They aren’t stocks with multi-billion-dollar market capitalisations.
According to the reports quoted, there are already some problems in the subprime auto loan market. And that’s with historic low interest rates. If the US Federal Reserve increases interest rates, the problems will only likely increase.
Debt is the problem in the first place, and that taking on further debt will only make things worse for both the dairy farmer and the taxpayer.
A free market that would likely result in the resumption of gold as the main focus of the financial system.
We’ve long told you about the ‘warning signs’ we see flashing on this market. If you haven’t had enough of the clanging alarm bells, it gets worse.
Oh dear. It’s spreading! What can we call it? Hey, let’s call it ‘debt contagion’. That’s a nasty sounding disease if ever we’ve heard one.
The earnings misses by these US tech giant corporations could be the beginning of a huge re-rating of Wall Street expectations.
For the past eight months I’ve repeatedly warned you about a major market crash I see ahead for the Aussie and world’s markets. Nothing I’ve seen has caused me to change my view. Stocks are still in perilous danger.
When we talk about Tesla being a zombie company, we mean that, if almost any other tech company did what Tesla is doing, the market and investors would see through it.
One of the themes we’ve followed is interest rates; specifically, their rise and fall. But looking at bond yields isn’t the only thing to watch.
Only a chump could reasonably suggest that central banks and governments are on the right path by taking interest rates lower and lower.