Despite the hype of tumbling interest rates and rising mortgage applications, housing starts tumbled again in May, dropping a whopping 4.0% MoM in July to 1.191MM, the biggest drop and the lowest print since February, drastically missing expectations
Economic analyst and gold bug Peter Schiff is warning that another "Great Recession" will grip the United States and that when it does, it is going to jeopardize President Donald Trump's reelection efforts.
The gold market took a one-two punch on Tuesday as Trump made some concessions in the trade war and inflation numbers came in a bit higher than expected. Peter Schiff talked about it in his latest podcast, saying gold traders still don't understand
Negative yields? Who cares says Greenspan. It's meaningless.
... 30Y Yield Drops To All Time Low. While many have noted the inversion of the 3m-10Y segment of the US Treasury curve, mainstream investors appear more focused on the spread between 2Y and 10Y yields... and that has just inverted for the first time
In Fear the Boom and Bust, John Maynard Keynes and F. A. Hayek, two of the great economists of the 20th century, come back to life to attend an economics conference on the economic crisis.
So there is a lot of buzz that the Federal Reserve is about to cut interest rates – and it might actually happen.
One could get whiplash listening to Guggenheim's Scott Minerd's rapidly changing opinions these days.
Josh Sigurdson talks with former congressman, author, host of the Liberty Report, Dr. Ron Paul about the latest trends as the monetary system collapses under the weight of vast centralization and debt.
What a unique situation we get to witness over the next two days. The market assumes that the FOMC meeting is being held early. And that is largely true. With the one caveat that if the reaction of asset prices isn't to their liking they will get a
Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the latest news out of Australia as the country's interest rates continue to fall as the everything bubble worldwide readies itself to pop.
nobody seems to care...(Natural News) Democratic voters who watched their prospective 2020 presidential candidates over two nights last week were likely enthused by all the free stuff that was being promised.
To cut or not to cut is no longer the question. Now the question is the quantity, magnitude and timing of rate cuts for the rest of the year.
The financial world has been buzzing nervously about the rapidly rising risk of a recession as warning signs mount.
Bond prices have spiked and yields have fallen in the last several weeks. Investors are beginning to see a recession on the horizon and they are pouring into Treasurys believing they will provide a safe haven. In his most recent podcast, Peter said b