BY Callum Newman POSTED September 15, 2017
Get used to hearing about machine learning and artificial intelligence. They’re going to seep into everything.
Here’s one example…
BY Callum Newman POSTED September 09, 2017
The US has enormous tailwinds behind it. And these winds will blow into the Australian market too.
But they will begin in a strong US housing market, which we’ll be tracking.
I expect all this to be very good for US banks.
BY Callum Newman POSTED September 08, 2017
This is exactly the Amazon Investment Jackpot case I laid out, which is playing out right in front of us.
It’s not going to end tomorrow. It could keep runnning for years. Even if Amazon’s Aussie website is not flying in the next two months, it will happen in the near future and everybody knows it.
BY Callum Newman POSTED September 04, 2017
We’re living in the crypto casino now. The total value of cryptos fell 11% over the weekend. This wiped off billions in the valuations of all of them.
Why? Who knows. Maybe traders ran a big sell program to shake out the weak holders so they can buy them back cheap.
Maybe it’s the end of a massive bull run.
BY Callum Newman POSTED August 30, 2017
Some Australian beaches will soon have drones monitoring the water, equipped with artificial intelligence and on the lookout for sharks.
The drone will send a live camera feed back to an operator, and software will scan it with an accuracy way beyond the human eye.
There are all sorts of interesting applications for drones in many different countries.
BY Callum Newman POSTED August 28, 2017
The fact that earnings projections are low doesn’t necessarily mean that Aussie stocks can’t rise from here.
The index will rise before any positive earnings lift becomes obvious.
BY James Rickards POSTED September 14, 2017
The next Fed head will have a lot on his or her plate.
Who do I believe will replace Janet Yellen as Fed Chairman? And why did last week contain the most momentous 72-hour period in the Fed’s entire 100-year history?
BY James Rickards POSTED September 02, 2017
These stories explain why gold is not just money but is the most politicised form of money.
They show that while politicians publicly disparage gold, they quietly pay close attention to it.
The first strange gold story involves Germany…
BY Callum Newman POSTED August 22, 2017
Why do you care again?
Because a healthy China makes for a healthy Australia, especially in the mining sector.
We run a strong trade surplus with China.
And with iron ore still flirting near US$80 a tonne, there’s millions pouring into selected Australian pockets.
BY Lou Basenese POSTED August 22, 2017
There are over 984 cryptocurrencies in existence now. More are coming to market every day.
And many are shooting higher and higher each and every day.
In fact, Bloomberg reports that one trader recently made over $200 million in one month.
How is that possible?
BY Callum Newman POSTED July 26, 2017
Oh-uh, Amazon just claimed another victim. Say goodbye to the Amart sporting brand. Yesterday Super Retail Group [ASX: SUL] announced it’s going […]
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.
New BY Nick Hubble POSTED 19 hours ago
Debates are supposed to be argued on the facts. When we discuss things like Australia’s housing bubble, Brexit, the financial crisis, and […]
BY James Rickards POSTED September 16, 2017
The Death of the US Dollar has been a long-time prediction of mine. Given the large volume of reporting on this topic […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED September 18, 2017
The Bank of England is getting jumpy about inflation. Previously, the central planners were saying not to expect a rate increase in the UK until 2019.
Now they’re changing their tune. Their warning rates might rise faster than the market was pricing in. The pound rose and UK government bonds sold off late last week.
A rate rise might be as soon as November. But how far and how fast?
BY Callum Newman POSTED September 13, 2017
We also have US stocks hitting fresh highs again overnight (our time). Of course, you also have to be wary when everything looks rosy. That’s when the market can deliver a nasty shock.
But I’m in agreement with US Goldman Sachs analyst David Kostin. He said he viewed a major correction in stocks as unlikely because there’s a total absence of investor euphoria.
Kostin says investors are torn between scepticism and optimism, and calls them ‘tormented bulls’.
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 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 James Rickards POSTED September 11, 2017
I’m sure some people in the mainstream media think I’m out of line — but the United Nations and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have both confirmed this plan to replace the US dollar is real.
I’ve made this warning many times, but it seems to be falling on deaf ears. That’s why I’m writing directly to you.
Here’s an example that the US dollar is under attack, right in front of our eyes:
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 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 […]