Bill Gross: The Market as Dangerous as 2008

Bill Gross: The Market as Dangerous as 2008

BY James Rickards POSTED November 09, 2017

John Maynard Keynes once wrote, ‘Practical men who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves […]

The Truth behind Australia’s Trillion Dollar ‘Debt Bomb’…

...and the Hidden Opportunity

You don’t need us to tell you about Australia’s debt.

We’re at record levels in this country.

Do you stay out of the market and keep your cash on the sidelines? Or do you get
in on the action?

You will know exactly what to do by the end of this report…

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The Resource Stocks that Could Fly Next

The Resource Stocks that Could Fly Next

BY Callum Newman POSTED November 03, 2017

This morning I’ve been trawling through the Daily Reckoning archives from this year. I’m sure I suggested somewhere that the big banks […]

The Next Mining Super Cycle is Extremely Close

The Next Mining Super Cycle is Extremely Close

BY Callum Newman POSTED November 01, 2017

Spending on exploration has touched a 30-year low. That’s going to become a problem when the existing mining operations are old and rundown.

Apparently, 60% of the world’s top 100 mines were built last century.

Those reserves have been run down for a long time now. Goldman Sachs had a nifty way of summing this up actually. The last mining boom was a ‘demand’ story out of China.

The next one will be a (lack of) ’supply’ one.

Why Car Parks and Elevators Discredit the Property Bears

Why Car Parks and Elevators Discredit the Property Bears

BY Callum Newman POSTED October 31, 2017

Pity all the property bears that keep calling for a collapse here in Australia (and everywhere else). They’re an unimaginative bunch. They seem to think any uptick in interest rates will kill off the entire Australian economy. They might like to take a look around at the developments occurring outside this narrow focus. They would see why property can keep going up. It’s right in front of their face — literally. Just look up. The reason is that buildings can keep going higher…