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Is This The Start of The Long-Awaited Correction or Something Even Worse?

U.S. stocks sold off sharply last week, continuing the rout that began in late-September. Since the market’s peak, the SP500 fell 5.6 percent, the Dow lost 4.7 percent, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 7.3 percent. A panoply of concerning factors combined to send jitters through the global financial markets over the past month: Tightening U.S. monetary policy (the end of QE3 and upcoming Fed[...]

Wall Street’s Dohmen: The ‘Specter’ of Global Recession Is Very Real

By Melissa Clyne The world economy is headed into a recession but “naïve money managers” and others seem to be oblivious about what’s happening, financial expert Bert Dohmen said Friday on Newsmax TV's “America’s Forum.” He also discussed the turmoil in the markets after the Dow’s Thursday drop of more than 300 points as well as the effect of the Ebola crisis on the global[...]

Author James Rickards: Global Economy Is in ‘Indefinite Depression’

By Dan Weil It wouldn't be fair to call ace money manager James Rickards an optimist about the global economy. "We are in a depression. This is a global depression," the author of "The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System" told RT news service. "It started in 2007, and it is going to continue indefinitely. Depressions are structural, monetary solutions are[...]

Drugged Up Economy is Blurring Inflation Numbers

The Fed continues its artificial monetary policy and presses forward with historically low interest rates. They have kept interest rates at nearly 0% since 2008 — going on six years now. The economy has been creeping back slowly and artificially held together by poor policies that have it drugged up so badly, it’s now required for life support. The new normal for the Federal Funds Rate is[...]

Peter Morici: Washington Debauchery and Fed Follies

Monday, 14 Jul 2014 09:12 AM By Peter Morici Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen will testify to Congress Tuesday and Wednesday about the economy and future Fed policy. We won't learn much about either, because the Fed refuses to recognize the facts on the ground. Its policymaking committee recently stated inflation is below 2 percent. Yet, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, consumer [...]

Why You Feel Poorer

Source: Zero Hedge You feel poorer because you are poorer. In the last fourteen years, has your income increased over 50%? If you think it has, has it done so after taxes? Even if it has, you likely have not kept up in terms of inflation. If you are a retiree, living on fixed income, a pension or bonds, you certainly have become poorer. If you had bought the Dow-Jones on 12/31/1999 you would[...]

These Three Charts Show Inflation Is Finally Right Around The Corner – Business Insider

Joe Weisenthat - July 5, 2014 After this week’s strong Jobs Report, it’s becoming conventional wisdom that the economy is heating up for real this time. After numerous false starts and disappointments since the financial crisis, it appears we’ve kicked into a higher gear. A stronger economy should mean higher inflation. That’s because as the economy grows, slack diminishes in the[...]

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