In today's episode, Dave Russell of GoldCore TV looks at the actions of central banks, legislators, and regulators and asks… Are Central Banks and Governments now starting to target cryptocurrency investors?
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach called the Fed's bluff late last month, telling investors during an interview that he suspected the central bank was merely "guessing" about the impact of inflation being "transitory".
Dominic Frisby with Money, Markets & Other Matters talks about the war on cash and central bank digital currency, known as CBDC.
Over the last few weeks, we've been constantly bombarded by news reports and "expert" analyses celebrating an incredible global economic recovery.
Archegos Was A 300x-Levered Time Bomb For Credit Suisse
Last week, when discussing the latest earnings call commentary, Bank of America said "Buckle up! Inflation is here", and showed a chart of the number of mentions of "inflation" during earnings calls which exploded, more than tripling YoY per comp
Two weeks ago, Bank of America warned that it had observed a sharp reversal to "increasingly euphoric sentiment" among its institutional, hedge fund and HNW clients, all of whom sold in the previous week even as stocks continued their grind higher.
Following a National File announcement that Chase Bank had barred Covfefe Coffee from using their payment processor, sales for the company have increased by over 7,500%.
Who's behind the global lockdown? What's the plan? How do we fight back? Catherine Austin Fitts, solari.com joins to explain
By now, if you're active on FinTwit, you probably know that CNBC staple, Tesla uber-bull and "financial advisor" Ross Gerber, is on record has having received PPP money for his firm back when the program was first put into place in the early stages o
When the family office Archegos Capital abruptly imploded in late March, prompting $50 billion in block trades and $10 billion in losses at Credit Suisse, Nomura, UBS and Morgan Stanley, many bank analysts were taken by surprise.
Nearly fifteen years ago, on December 10, 2006, the CEO of Senderra, a subprime mortgage lender owned by Goldman, Sachs, sent a grim report to its parent company. "Credit quality has risen to become the major crisis in the non-prime industry," Se
On Tuesday morning, Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid published his 23rd annual default study, a document he first put out in the 1990s which as he says, "makes me feel very old" and adds that the story of this report over the past decade or so has been the i
The European Investment Bank will use blockchain technology to issue two-year digital bonds, the latest sign of growing mainstream adoption for crypto only this time Ethereum is taking the spotlight courtesy of the EIB.
For the world's bulge-bracket banks, the Archegos blowup is the gift that keeps on giving: Just when analysts thought that the busted family office's prime brokers had disclosed all of their losses, UBS surprised them by revealing in its Q1 earnings
Our aim is to attempt to understand the real motives of the elites, understanding that aside from what they may view as their own agency or intentions, are paradigmatic and formative questions in culture, of which they too are subjects of.
One of the oldest arguments against Bitcoin, and cryptocurrencies in general, is the Central Banker Attack. Anyone who's spent more than fifteen minutes inside the crypto-world will have heard this one.
Less than a week ago we reported that after Morgan Stanley and BofA, Deustche Bank joined the growing bandwagon of sellside researchers warning that the market is facing a period of severe turbulence...
Central bank digital currencies are coming and likely sooner than most expect.
As I warned in last week's article on Archegos and Credit Suisse, investment banks have created a timebomb with the $1.5 quadrillion derivatives monster.
"Stunning Divergence": Latest Bank Data Reveals Something Is Terminally Broken In The Financial System