6.5 million people age 112 and up who aren’t really here.
Fears of a deflationary spiral prompt the PBOC to loosen up. Investors react predictably.
Why we believe the gold price will turn around.
Markets are enamored with what Yellen said. Greek talks outweighs good data in Germany. It's a Jobs Jamboree week, and I don't care! Dollar is back at the top of the house!
A new war in the Middle East; and is war imminent between the US and Russia?
The US dollar’s weak long-term prospects will boost stocks—eventually.
Dollar bulls charge back after Yellen's comments. UK elections begin. Oil drops sending commodity currencies down. Gold loses $1,200 handle.
The Barrick situation in Chile is our bellwether for investing in that country’s mining stocks
Saudi military intervention is likely to escalate tension in a large cohort of unemployed Yemeni youth
Focus on jobs...Loonie on top...Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank...Dollar higher in early trading
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Tensions in Yemen worry markets. Higher oil supports commodity currencies. Bullard suggests it is time to start 'normalizing' rates. Gold posts the longest winning streak in over a year.
Don’t be the investor who gets hit.
The market freight train is gonna go where it’s gonna go. Hop aboard, stand aside, or get run over.
Dollar sell off takes a pause. German data sends Euro toward $1.10. Brazil's currency drops. Metals continue to drift higher \
Now is the time: keep deflation chatter in perspective and position yourself to profit from rebound inflation.
On Main Street, Joe Stalin would be a hoodlum. In a major corporation, he'd be CEO. So, can we really call both Main Street and Wall Street "capitalism"?
The key variable that makes for successful exploration—and speculation.
Dollar bears have emerged from hibernation. Fed Presidents fill the airwaves. Euro moves higher on positive PMI data. Disappointing China PMI worries commodity investors
The Nasdaq and Russell 2000 are at crossroads, but the signs point to a breakout.
Warren Buffett agrees with me on the risk that matters most.
Fed heads jawbone the $ lower, Greek PM to meet with his German counterpart, Precious metals march higher, Happy 60th Birthday Chuck!!!
Dollar continues to fall...German and French leaders join to push for Greek solution...Australia and Japan to join the new Asian bank backed by China...Gold stays on track for weekly gain
Fed loses patience...Lower projections...Dollar took a big hit...Norges and SNB hold
Post-QE volatility may create boons for traders—and more anxiety for the average Joe.
Waiting for the Fed...Housing slips again...Currencies range bound...Eurozone growth expected to rise
Proof our warnings were dead on.
Why some gold investors are confident about gold’s future—and how you can be, too.
Another round of disappointing data...Euro takes top spot...Most currencies enjoy gains...British Politics
It’s possible not only to recover from a severe correction but to come out way ahead.
Jeff Clark shows you 50 ways to own gold
Currencies are flat to down today. Euros and kiwi only gainers today. India's Current Account Trending to a Surplus! China's NPC sets goals
Paying to lend money and other bizarre results of central bank shenanigans
Even the legendary Warren Buffett has his investing biases .
Dollar goes back on offense. Renminbi and Gold only gainers today. Oil price slips again, petrol currencies get whacked. Norway's SWF adds $67 Billion to world's largest SWF!
All of us have partial views of the world. We can only see and hear so much.
Diagnosis of gold’s current decline: normal.
New low iron prices belie the global economic recovery—bad for base metals, good for precious metals.
RBNZ leaves rates unchanged. Kiwi, krone & krona best performers today. China to denominate gold fixing in renminbi. 46 Million for 40 consecutive months!
Watching and following an industry’s most successful players can pay off very well for investors.
Elon Musk might be crazy. Or he might be a genius. Either way, utilities are in trouble.
Does Allied-Nevada's bankruptcy mark the beginning of a long-overdue housecleaning in junior miners?
Colombia is indeed open to responsible mining.
James Altucher joins us for the final edition of Midweek Matters
Dollar taking no prisoners. But two currencies carve out gains today. Euro in a free fall, like dollar in 2009. Swiss francs fall below parity
Anticipating takeovers can really juice investor profits
Draghi tells Greece to allow TROIKA in. Faber says China to back renminbi with Gold! Yen set for next leg down? S$ gets caught up in yen weakness
What do Warren Buffett, Johnny Cash, and truck drivers all across America have in common?
295,000 jobs. Really? Oh the tangled webs we weave. Greece & Eurogroup start negotiations again. Chinese exports rise 48.6%!
New data on gold price-suppression, an invitation, and a farewell—for now.
To find investment bargains with high profit potential, check out this Chinese opportunity.
All eyes on Jobs Jamboree this morning. Chuck throws in the towel on the BLS. Dollar has the conn today. Good data in Eurozone but euro slips further
Our technical analyst's call for oil's next move.
Brazil hikes rates 50 Basis Points! Poland cuts rates 25 Basis Points. Euro in free fall. China touts renminbi as "The World Currency"
How to prepare your portfolio to get a shot at the jackpot
First, thank you to everyone who’s written to wish me and Jo well on our move to Arizona. Many asked if I planned to continue working and the answer is ...
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I had been working late on one project or another. When I closed down for the night, I decided to turn on a TV and let my mind slow down before climbing into bed.
Our of meeting rate cut in India. Bank of Canada meets today. Euro drops to 2003 level. Is it time for the CBR to dismantle 17% rate?
Mark Yusko of Morgan Creek shares the most important lessons learned from George Soros
Central Banks line up to meet this week. Is most of the bad stuff priced into the euro? Aussie and kiwi rally VS USD. Is Canada's Poloz losing credibility?
Why Big Oil hates ethanol and why you should too
Eurozone inflation and growth tick upward. RBA to meet tonight, will they cut rates again? A ton of Central Bank meetings this week. Canada's Federal Deficit shrinks!
A multi-guru mini interview on what top hedge fund managers think about gold.
Currency movements are a zero-sum game.
Bullard springs trap door under euro. Chuck explains how the Pfennig is put together. N.Z. kiwi proves to be resilient. Richard Russell says Gold price to be reset.
For years I had heard people talking about “the fraud of the Federal Reserve.”
Why we need better batteries; Pebble launches another successful Kickstarter campaign; and Lenovo backtracks on Superfish
Day 2 for Yellen, no changes. N.Z. posts Trade Surplus! Chinese announce new plans to help economy. German Unemployment drops by 20,000!
The days when you could write a check for college and know that four years later your little darling would have a cool graduation party, find a decent-paying job, and ...
Yellen throws a changeup. Chinese return to work with a weaker renminbi. Chinese PMI's rise above 50! Gold shows how rate sensitive it is
Is mighty Tesla just a crony capitalist creation?
Greece completes homework assignment. N.Z. inflation expectations slip below 2%. China to accumulate more Gold than world produces! Gold and Oil both slip below psychological figures!
US crude oil storage: keeping contango onshore
Mergers and acquisitions are heating up the mining sector; here’s how to profit.
Traders back on scent of rate hike. Oil is stuck in tight range. Greece has homework assignment! Happy Late Birthday to George Washington!
Dollar recovers losses after FMM. Cyclone hits Australia. Oil trades in a tight range. Connection problems for Chuck!
We’re 14 years into a new century, which is typically how long it takes for a century’s unique characteristics to show up.
Coming your way: $4,000 Apple watches and genetically modified apples?
Over the holidays, a dear friend asked for help—the sort of help you might need too. She’s retired, lives alone, and has a modest nest egg. But the thought of ...
Traders look for clues in the minutes. Dollar recovers today. BOE Minutes are very dovish. Buying up all the supply?
Chris digs beyond the mainstream stories to figure out who's winning the war.
No news is good news for euro. Dollar gets sold VS most currencies. RBA withholds comments on A$. China accumulates 315 Tonnes of Gold so far in 2015!
This breaking technology will save the US shale oil revolution
Are US equities priming for another rally?
Jeff Clark takes on Harry Dent’s predictions of gold dropping to $250 in the next 5-8 years.
Retail Sales print negative again! Currencies around the world rally. Oil jumps $2 in price, Who's crazy?
Those of us who pursue positive change are very often frustrated.
Net Neutrality appears to have the upper hand again; and why cyberthieves are hot for healthcare data
Negative rates become the norm. A peace agreement for Ukraine & Russia? Aussie Employment drops 12,000. Kiwi bucks the "sympathy" trend!
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EC/ Greece attempt to iron out agreement. Big risks hang over markets today. Aussie Consumer Confidence spikes! Canada's Deputy Dawg has "tone".
What does Doug’s guru-vision foresee for 2015?
IMF says India to outperform other BRICS! Eurozone/ Greece talks come down to. The cheese that binds! China's inflation falls below 1%!
The insiders’ secret to doubling your speculative profits at the same amount of risk.
The markets went bananas on Friday; Gold got whacked; China withdraws 255 tonnes of Gold from the SGE in January
Three essentials for winning investments in rough markets.
It's all about U.S. jobs today. China moves to export capital. Sentiment moves markets these days! Denmark moves negative rates wider.
Those of us in the data privacy business have been expecting an “I-9/11” event for some time. We knew too well that the “big, scary event” routine worked in 2001, and that the control freaks would eventually reprise it.
News from several tech companies has investors’ attention