Decade long stock market recovery

Decade long stock market recovery

BY James Rickards POSTED October 15, 2018

For many investors, the 2007–09 mortgage meltdown and financial panic are the benchmark for a worst possible outcome. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 54% in the 17 months from 9 October 2007– 9 March 2009. Major investment firms including Lehman Bros, Bear Stearns, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and AIG either filed for bankruptcy or were rescued by government intervention after massive losses.

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Callum concedes: Shae might be right

Callum concedes: Shae might be right

BY Callum Newman POSTED October 05, 2018

A line from Jim Carrey’s movie The Mask sums up the financial world nicely right now. ‘You can’t make the scene if you don’t have the[...]

Easy credit is coming once again

Easy credit is coming once again

BY Callum Newman POSTED October 04, 2018

Today’s Daily Reckoning Australia brings you another potential trade brewing right now in the global markets. Every signal says the US economy will keep ploughing on[...]

Is debt financed prosperity real?

Is debt financed prosperity real?

BY Nick Hubble POSTED September 29, 2018

Today’s Daily Reckoning Australia is full of questions. Not the sort you can get right or wrong. The sort that reveal choices. But first. Did you know Callum is[...]