Bill Gross Goes Against His Instincts, Turns Bearish on Bond Markets Written by Nathan McDonald (CLICK FOR ORIGINAL) Carl Icahn and George Soros are two incredibly influential and well-respected investors who have recently turned against the markets and taken on large short positions. Show More Summary
With Billionaires George Soros, Stanley Druckenmiller, Paul Singer and what seems like every analyst on the planet talking up Gold, what can go wrong? In fact, it’s impressive that the alleged “Smart Money” has also surged...
On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by market analyst, Stephen Kendal, to discuss billionaire investor George Soros’ double down on his bet against the S&P500 and long gold.
With James O'Keefe's botched attempt to infiltrate George Soros's Open Society Foundations, we learn (again) just what a shoddy amateur spy he is.
With high-yield bond funds suffering the largest redemptions in their history, this week saw gold fund flows soar to their highest in 2016 as buyers took advantage of the lower prices following the same path as George Soros, Stan Druckenmiller,...Show More Summary
Demand for gold rose by 21 percent in the first quarter of 2016. Recently, billionaire George Soros invested nearly $390 in gold stocks, having decreased investments in other assets. Shortly after, large hedge-funds followed the example of the legendary US investor.
Dana Geragthy of the Open Society Foundation, a pro-democracy non-profit established by George Soros, was checking her voicemail when she noticed one was unusually long -- seven minutes. It was someone claiming to be Victor Kesh, "aShow More Summary
On March 16th, James O’Keefe III, the conservative activist, left a peculiar voice mail on the phone of Dana Geraghty, an employee at the Open Society Foundations, the nonprofit run by the billionaire George Soros. O’Keefe called Geraghty under false pretenses, claiming that his name was Victor Kesh, and forgot to hang up the phone. Show More Summary
Conservative activist James O’Keefe tripped up his own attempt to infiltrate a group funded by progressive billionaire George Soros because he couldn’t hang up the phone, the New Yorker reported. Audio of O’Keefe’s call to the Open Society Foundations captures him...
On March 16th, a man who said his name was Victor left a voice message at the offices of the Open Society Foundations, which are funded by George Soros, saying that he was a potential donor from overseas. Then the donor forgot to hang up the phone, and the machine recorded “Victor” and his staff describing what sounded like an entrapment scheme. Show More Summary
Conservative activist and self-styled muckraker James O'Keefe admits that he blew his cover and has had to abandon an investigation into George Soros' foundations, after accidentally leaving them a voicemail detailing his plot to expose them.
James O'Keefe, the master of fake scandals, has an exciting new failed investigation into what he claims are billionaire George Soros's efforts to undermine democracy. No evidence at all, but some very shocking accusations!
Please do not be drinking anything when you read how master investigative reporter James O'Keefe managed to make himself look like a fool whilst trying to punk George Soros' Open Society Foundation. Politico's Ken Vogel just tweetedShow More Summary
George Soros (Trades, Portfolio)’ former partner Stanley Druckenmiller (Trades, Portfolio) shares his bullishness on gold but also bet a sizable amount of funds on emerging markets in the first quarter. NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 03: New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin (L) participates in a panel discussion with [...]
Earlier this week, news hit the wires that billionaire fund manager Georg Soros unloaded 37% of his stock investments in favor of gold... And not just one gold investment, but two major shifts into
``Billionaire George Soros prepared last quarter for gloomy times, dialing back his U.S. stock investments by more than a third, betting against the equities while banking on gold... Soros bought bullish options contracts on 1.05 million shares in the SPDR Gold Trust, which tracks the price of bullion. Show More Summary
Several forces are combining to give the precious metal renewed allure, including billionaire George Soros' big bets
Following Warren Buffett's surprise investment in Apple, it was recently revealed that billionaire investor George Soros took a position in the iPhone maker, buying up thousands of shares as company stock prices hover at their lowest point in years.
Gold Goes From "Ultimate Bubble" To Ultimate Buy For Soros George Soros, who once called gold “the ultimate bubble,” has resumed buying the gold ETF and shares after a three-year hiatus. Soros Gets Gold Badly Wrong In 2010 – Gold inShow More Summary