BY Callum Newman POSTED February 21, 2018
It was a big day over in the US bond market as we were all sleeping last night. The US Treasury held […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED February 15, 2018
Mr Market sure is a moody fellow at times, isn’t he? Last week it was all panic…now we’re back showing some green!
The US markets closed up strongly overnight. And shiver me timbers! It happened with the 10-year bond yield still heading up.
Stocks are volatile. They go up and they go down.
And no wonder…the world never sits still.
BY Callum Newman POSTED February 14, 2018
Do yourself a favour and start paying attention to the resource sector. There’s going to be so much opportunity in this sector […]
BY Shae Russell POSTED February 22, 2018
Under President Vladimir Putin’s authority, Russia’s foreign gold stores have soared 70% since 2015.
The three-year gold-buying spree means the country now has 17% of its foreign reserve assets in gold. This far outweighs China, which has only 2% of its foreign reserve assets in gold.
BY James Rickards POSTED February 20, 2018
What is clear is that volatility has returned with a vengeance, investors have begun to focus on the unsustainable debt bomb in federal finance, and, as a result, the stock market decline is far from over.
BY James Rickards POSTED February 19, 2018
Today’s Daily Reckoning Australia can’t help but begin with something we normally avoid: front page news! There’s a report in the Australian […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED February 12, 2018
Today’s Daily Reckoning comes with its nose in the air, like a tiger that’s caught the scent of prey. Opportunity to feast […]
BY Bill Bonner POSTED February 10, 2018
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Two separate 1,000-point drops in the Dow. The most volatile fortnight in the cryptocurrencies in the last year, with 60%+ […]
BY Callum Newman POSTED February 23, 2018
Amidst the happy earnings season here in Australia, we should probably spare a thought for the people of Venezuela right now.
Bloomberg reports that the oil industry — the only thing the country has going for it — is collapsing from workers too exhausted and weak to do their jobs properly.
That’s because they’re starving. The food supply in the country is minimal and the currency has collapsed from hyperinflation. The regime there has turned the entire country into a failed state.
It’s just another tragic example of how a country blessed in natural resources can be reduced to penury under autocratic government.
BY James Rickards POSTED February 22, 2018
Turkey’s external US dollar-denominated debt is so large that a combination of rising US dollar interest rates and a slowing global economy could quickly turn Turkey from model EM to the canary in the coal mine of the next great global debt crisis.
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 January 11, 2018
Here’s the problem: Most people who know a lot about bitcoin can only speak ‘tech’. I was at a conference recently. I […]
BY James Altucher POSTED January 06, 2018
Bitcoin briefly topped out above US$20,000 in December. Then it hit a rough patch. As I type, bitcoin is trading in the […]
BY James Altucher POSTED December 21, 2017
I’m convinced investors will make fortunes in cryptos even starting with a small amount of money. But only if they avoid the scammers.
So I urge you to ride the crypto boom for all it’s worth. But please heed my advice, commit it to memory and take these security efforts very seriously...
Watch out for scammers online.
BY Nick Hubble POSTED January 27, 2018
It’s rare for a government insider to offer insight into the future. But many can’t keep quiet once they leave government. That’s […]
BY Nick Hubble POSTED January 26, 2018
Happy Australia Day from the team at Agora Financial Australia! There’s no need to get into the debate about what today’s celebrations […]
BY Nick Hubble POSTED November 20, 2017
You’ve read about the War on Cash here the Daily Reckoning for years now. The idea has sprouted all sorts of variations and books […]
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 […]