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Eurozone politicians are forced to move heaven and earth to keep the euro viable because, in the long run, the euro is not viable at all.
Why the Reg Dragon may turn out to be the Gray Swan of 2015.
The calm before the storm? Showdown in Europe, and an international chess game with Greece as pawn...
There is a giant three-way poker hand playing out in Europe... and stakes are high.
We now set out to unpack the rationale for doing a 180 on gold...
Aussie Aussie Oi Oi! The Australian dollar plummeted overnight on a central bank rate cut. And the bulls can’t be counted out until you hit them over the head with a sledgehammer.
We have said repeatedly these past few months – in both the Strategic Intelligence Report and the Live Feed – that outlier strength in the mighty US dollar could be a bull market killer.
Could the upside move in gold continue? It’s certainly not out of the question.
Deflation — or rather the extreme results of such, in the aftermath of harsh slowdown — brought us the Nazis in the 1930s...
I like... fat... tails and I cannot lie... you vol sellers can't deny...
Freakin' movies? Seriously?
Here is what winners understand, deep down in their gut, that the mediocre masses don't: Failure paves the road to success.
The first lesson might be "Never trust a central banker." The second lesson might be "Never bet the farm on a sure thing" -- or better yet, "If you're going to bet the farm, have two farms."
The US dollar (aka USD, aka greenback) is a “crowded trade” — and everybody knows it...
Rosenberg is telling people not to worry about the health of the market. Meanwhile, material risks mount...
In metaphorical terms — if the typical mutual fund is a lumbering city bus, the capital deployment of a truly skilled trader is more akin to this...
The automatic dip buyers have bought, like Pavlov’s Dog, every single time the indices have threatened to fail these past two years... Ignoring risk is a game that gets you killed in the end.
The deep structure of markets is mean reverting and cyclical. Given the passage of time, the pendulum always swings.
Europe is staring into a deflationary abyss. And yet Germany is delusional, determined to hang on to austerity measures no matter what.
Investors always lose their shirts at the top of market cycles. This is a combination of greed, impatience, and FOMO, aka “fear of missing out.”