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Posts tagged 'John Rubino'

Finally, Gold Speculators Start To Bail, Setting Up A Big Q1 2018 - John Rubino (8/12/2017)

By John Rubino 9 months ago 8343 Views No comments

It took a lot longer than it should have, but gold futures traders have finally started behaving “normally.”

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The Biggest Bubble Ever, In Three Charts - John Rubino (11/12/2017)

By John Rubino 9 months ago 6852 Views No comments

It’s always shocking to see the numbers we’re dealing with, but even more so lately as history’s biggest financial bubble starts to dwarf its predecessors.

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Finally, An Honest Inflation Index – Guess What It Shows - John Rubino (6/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 9645 Views 2 comments

Central bankers keep lamenting the fact that record low interest rates and record high currency creation haven’t generated enough inflation (because remember, for these guys inflation is a good thing rather than a dangerous disease).

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More Strange And Disturbing Action In The Paper Gold Market - John Rubino (5/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 8308 Views No comments

For at least the past decade the behavior of the people who trade gold futures contracts – and thereby determine the metal’s price – has been generally predictable: The “commercials” – big banks and companies that buy gold to do things with it – have suckered the speculators – mostly hedge funds who chase trends – into going very long and very short at exactly the wrong time.

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Creeping Fascism: "The World’s Most Sophisticated, High-Tech Systems to Keep Watch Over Citizens” - John Rubino (5/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 6979 Views No comments

Maybe this series should be renamed “Galloping Fascism”.

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Some Classic Short-Sale Candidates Get Even Better - John Rubino (4/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 5641 Views No comments

Six months ago, recreational vehicle sales were booming and the companies making those expensive, gas-guzzling rolling houses were riding high.

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We Give Up! Government Spending And Deficits Soar Pretty Much Everywhere - John Rubino (1/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 5627 Views No comments

A recurring pattern of the past few decades involves governments promising to limit their borrowing, only to discover that hardly anyone cares. So target dates slip, bonds are issued, and the debts keep rising.

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“The Money Is Just Sitting There…Doing Nothing for Society” - John Rubino (29/11/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 4764 Views No comments

Of all the despicable side-effects of modern monetary policy, the worst might be the implicit encouragement artificially-low interest rates give small savers to take outsize risks. The only thing worse might be when government makes it explicit.

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You Know It’s Late In The Cycle When The Yield Curve Starts Generating Headlines - John Rubino (28/11/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 6157 Views No comments

The yield curve is one of those indicators that most people have heard of but few can explain. In part this is because it’s usually a non-issue, only becoming important enough to argue about during the final year of long expansions.

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Why Capital Controls Usually Fail, China Versus Bitcoin Edition - John Rubino (28/11/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 4743 Views No comments

The latest chapter in this story involves China – which has engineered an epic debt binge in the past decade, and bitcoin – which has emerged as a highly efficient way to move capital across national borders.

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