When the ‘Bad Bank’ Turns Prime

When the ‘Bad Bank’ Turns Prime

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?

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 Death of the US Dollar

The Death of the US Dollar

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 […]

Trump’s Five Biggest Moves Yet

Trump’s Five Biggest Moves Yet

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?

Read on…

The ‘Tormented Bull’ Trade We’re In Now

The ‘Tormented Bull’ Trade We’re In Now

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’.