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Here’s 5 Reasons Why Gold Miners Have Massive Outperformance In The Tank

Authored by Bryce Coward via Knowledge Leaders Capital blog, As I write this note on a dreary Friday afternoon from Boulder, CO, I am reminded of my town’s origin. Its first non-native settlers established the town 1858 as a base camp for gold and silver miners. Nestled literally at the foot of the Rockies, its…
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992 Billion Reasons Why The Fed Needs Another Market Crash In The Next Few...

Speaking in a video conference organized by the Peterson Institute, turbo money printer Jerome Powell today reassured the market that negative rates are not something the Fed - which expanded its balance sheet by $2.6 trillion in the past two months - is contemplating now. Of course, that will change after the next market crash…
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6 Reasons Why This Is (Or Isn’t) The Worst Economy Since The Great Depression

Authored by Daniel Nevins via Nevins Research, When the NBER’s Business Cycle Dating Committee draws the boundaries on the current recession, it’s unlikely to stand out as an especially long one. In fact, by the time the committee publishes the official start date, it could be past its end date. Why? Because it’s front-loaded. Spending has dropped…
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6 Reasons For Optimism In 2020

Authored by Tyler Brandt via The Foundation for Economic Education, "The 2010s have been the best decade ever. The evidence is overwhelming.” Those are the words of Cato Institute senior fellow Johan Norberg, penned in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal. Norberg’s words seem hyperbolic at first glance, but he may be right. In many ways, the…
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6.4 Trillion Reasons To End America’s Forever Wars

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Since 9/11, the cost of Forever War totals $6.4 Trillion and 801,000 killed including 335,000 dead civilians. For What? Neta C. Crawford, Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science at Boston University and a co-director of the Costs of War Project at Brown University calculates the [Cost…
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10 Reasons Why Productivity Is Declining

Authored by Mike Shedlock via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Economists debate whether the decline in productivity is real. It is real, let’s investigate 10 reasons why... Productivity Measurement Brookings questions the Productivity Slump. It cites measurement issues. Much of the recent debate, and related research, on productivity measurement issues has focused on this decline in productivity in the U.S.…
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5 Reasons To Be Bullish (Or Not) On Stocks

Authored by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Just recently, Tom Lee, head of Fundstrat Global Advisors, published a list of 5-bullish signs for the stock investors which he says you should “ignore at your own peril.” As he notes: “In short, these signals are saying the S&P 500 is set up for a monster 2H rally. We are not ignoring…
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Eight Reasons The EU Will Suffer Far More Than UK From Brexit

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, The EU would be wise to make a deal with the UK. It will get clobbered in the event of no deal. Conventional wisdom says the UK will get hit harder than the EU in the event of a no deal Brexit. Conventional wisdom is wrong. Here are eight…
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