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That didn't take long. A month after the Fed's dreaded quarter-point interest rate hike, the markets tank and then come the talking heads to promise that whatever is bothering traders, Daddy will make it right.
The commodities bust may be about to claim some brand-name victims:
One of the (many) fascinating things about this latest global financial crisis is that there's no single catalyst. Unlike 2008 when the carnage could be traced back to US subprime housing, or 2000 when Tech stocks crashed and pulled down...
Once every decade or so investor credulity reaches a point where even seasoned money managers buy into the notion of "one decision" stocks -- that is, shares of companies so insanely great that they're virtually guaranteed to keep going up...
Good friend Michael Pollaro just sent a couple of charts that show the US economy heading for a brick wall. The first illustrates what happens when business sales (the green line) turn negative. In the previous two boom/bust cycles, when...
(CNBC) - Corporate insiders have been selling their shares at near-record levels, and according to some, this could be a sign for outside investors to start selling as well.
Oil is plunging again, this time in the wake of OPEC's inability to limit its members' production. The US dollar, meanwhile, is up on the divergence between Fed tightening and ECB/BoJ/BoC easing.
Everybody who's owned gold and silver mining shares through a couple of cycles has their favorite story of the stock that took off and ran away. There was Glamis Gold, which rose from $1 to $40 in the space of a few years before selling...
The bull market that wouldn't end finally has. In a brutal day that just kept getting worse, US stocks followed Asia and Europe into the deflationary vortex.
After nearly three decades of stagnation, Japan in 2013 went all-in, ordering its central bank, the Bank of Japan, to buy pretty much every bond on the market with newly-created yen. The BoJ's balance sheet -- a rough proxy for the amount...

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China is poised to become world's biggest gold consumer.