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Gold’s Recent Bounce Is Temporary: The Trend is Still Down in 2017 (and Beyond)

Twenty-two radio interviews for the new book, 10 of them live. At this point, my voice is tired. So are gold sellers. Gold peaked at $1,934 in September of 2011

Demographic Trends

What Killed the Middle Class?

Our middle class has been shrinking substantially since the 1960s and ’70s. Today, their share of wealth is the lowest in the world, at a mere 19.6%! But what exactly


2017 Outlook: A Volatile Year from All Angles

Where to now… after what 2016 dished out? First, there was the surprise upset of the presidential election of dear old Donald. Then came the surprise shift in sentiment about


Merry Christmas… in Likely the Last Good Year for Many to Come

It’s the day after Christmas, so I’ll keep this short… I wish I could say it’s a good thing that central banks have kept this third and final bubble going


I’m NOT a Bull!

On December 13, Denzel Washington hit the nail on the head when he said: If you don’t read the newspaper, you’re uninformed. If you DO read the paper, you’re misinformed…


This Blow-Off Trump Rally Looks Real (Damn It!)

Between late 2014 and November 2016, the markets went nowhere. They made no more than a few, very minor, new highs. It looked like a classic head-and-shoulders, rounded-top pattern, with

Demographic Trends

There’s Not a Snowball’s Chance in Hell of 4% Growth!

What the hell are Donald Trump and his new Treasury Secretary, Steven Mnuchin, smoking?! A new supply-side strategy? Just when we have overcapacity everywhere thanks to the greatest debt bubble


Why Gold Isn’t Rallying After Trump’s Win

Even though the markets haven’t behaved logically of late, it would have seemed a slam dunk for gold to rise if Donald Trump won. After all, we faced uncertainty around

Foreign Markets

How Unpredictable Will the Crack Heads be About Italy?

Italy has a major referendum on December 4, the results of which could mark the start of an Italian exit… yet U.S. and most global stocks keep going up. They


Who Wins and Who Loses in a Global Trade War?

My research in recent months has focused increasingly on how the surprise Brexit vote and Trump’s victory are actually not that surprising after all. They’re a clear sign of a