BY Callum Newman POSTED July 19, 2017
Meet Heather Lile… She’s a nurse who lives in California and makes US$180,000 a year. Not bad going, right? Not so fast… […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 17, 2017
Did you hear that Defense Industry Minister Christopher Pyne wants Australia to become a major arms exporter?
Apparently his plan is to build up the local industry. He wants us to compete with Britain, France and Germany selling weapons and other hardware to places like the Middle East.
This has to be, without doubt, one of the most pathetic things I have ever seen in this country.
BY Nick Hubble POSTED July 15, 2017
Lowe is worried about debt.
If Australia’s prosperity is based on debt growth, then of course lowering rates increases it.
But too much debt is dangerous. It leads to financial instability – a fourth but hidden mandate Lowe has added himself.
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 13, 2017
The money supply increased 7.5% over the year to May. Now we know Australia’s GDP growth rate is nowhere near that. So where did the money go? The property market.
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 12, 2017
Put small cap stocks on your radar. And I mean NOW. I’ve been banging on about the screaming opportunities I see in […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED June 13, 2017
Oh dear, things just aren’t timing well for Ten Network Holdings [ASX: TEN]. The company really needs to put on a brave […]
BY James Rickards POSTED July 19, 2017
The global elites are using negative interest rates to do the same thing as inflation — make your money disappear. One way […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 10, 2017
Apparently there’s a three-way deal coming to light. It’s between a major commodity producer (Glencore), a Chinese battery firm (CATL) and the German auto firm Volkswagon.
Here’s the what the sources whisper...
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 06, 2017
For Tesla to come this far at all is already a pretty extraordinary achievement. Its brand position is as ‘the’ electric car company.
But what happens when all cars go electric? What’s their point of difference?
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 07, 2017
Buffet’s preferred stock paid a secure US$300 million a year in dividends, or 6%. That’s high in today’s America. Preferred shares rank above common stock when it comes to dividends. Buffett and other preferred stockholders gets first dibs on any cash payouts.
BY James Altucher POSTED June 08, 2017
I visited Google not long ago with some friends and, after almost getting arrested, my mind was blown… First, we wandered into […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED June 06, 2017
A Note From Callum: James Altucher is one of my favourite writers. He’s a fine investor too, and a veteran of the […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 14, 2017
The International Energy Agency is warning that oil could spike and fairly soon.
This is due to the massive decline in investment over the last three years.
If you want an idea of just how low this has gone, Halliburton says a staggering US$2 trillion has been cut in capital spending since oil collapsed from its 2014 highs.
Halliburton pegs 2020 as the time oil spikes higher.
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Today’s Daily Reckoning Australia begins with a snort that would make Peppa Pig proud! Japan’s eternal deflation is now being pinned on […]
BY David Stockman POSTED May 19, 2017
I began a post this week with a warning about the ludicrous complacency rampant on Wall Street, and that its days were […]
BY David Stockman POSTED May 16, 2017
The Deep State is escalating its war on President Trump but the Wall Street partiers apparently couldn’t care less. When the machines […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED June 03, 2017
If you want to talk about a big trend that began taking shape, look no further than the state of cash — […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED May 02, 2017
Here’s a startling statistic: Every 66 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. People are living longer. And […]
BY Gerald Celente POSTED April 19, 2017
Increased military spending is a trend that’s here to stay. The more aggressive Trump becomes, in fact, the more the big-name defence contractors stand to benefit.
BY James Altucher POSTED July 12, 2017
They are all building rockets into space and teleportation machines and revolutionizing entire industries.
But I’m absolutely sure they are wrong about robots. And history backs me up on this. Common sense backs me up on this. Basic counter-examples back me up on this.
BY James Rickards POSTED July 08, 2017
With Russia still subject to sanctions, and the US in a more confrontational mode, China will be met with open arms by the new Europe.
China is looking to diversify its reserve position away from dollars towards euros.
China is inherently cautious and was reluctant to invest heavily in euros while the European sovereign debt crisis rolled on from 2010 to 2015.
BY James Rickards POSTED July 07, 2017
In recent years, G20 summits have focused less on financial crises and more on the one world agenda of the global elite.
This elite agenda includes world taxation, climate change, terrorism, anti-money laundering and other aspects of globalised governance.
Today, financial risk is once again coming to the fore as global growth continues to slow.
BY Nomi Prins POSTED May 01, 2017
During a frenzied Friday afternoon, on March 25, House Speaker Paul Ryan trudged over to the White House, head bowed in apparent […]
BY Nomi Prins POSTED April 03, 2017
The biggest banks are still as dangerous as they were before the last crisis, even as they push for less regulation. The […]
BY Nomi Prins POSTED March 02, 2017
In the future, U.K PM Theresa May could look back on the canceled meeting between President Trump and Mexican President Peña Nieto […]