Category Archives: Market Review

One Man’s Opinion: Orwell Or Kafka – Ken Rogoff’s Crusade Against Cash Continues

Authored by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, Harvard professor and chess grandmaster Kenneth Rogoff has said some pretty out there stuff before, in his role as self-appointed crusader against cash, but apparently he’s not done yet. In … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Why Art Cashin Is Nervous: “10% Of The Dow Has Provided 50% Of The Gains”

From Art Cashin of UBS We’ve noted over the last two weeks that the Dow Industrials have been diverging from most other indices and particularly the Dow Transports. An important part of the divergence has been the relative narrowness of … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: The Death Cross Of Central Bank Credibility

By ZeroHedge With no expectations of a rate-hike last week, and traders rapidly giving up on The Fed’s dream of a steadily higher rate trajectory, a funny thing happened in the markets… In the eyes of The Fed, their monetary … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: And The Best Performing Stock Market In The World Is. . .

By Simon Black Pop quiz: What country has the world’s best performing stock market? It’s not the United States. Or Canada. Or China. The answer is Venezuela, whose primary stock market index over the last year is up nearly SEVEN … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Stockman Warns Of The Imperial City’s Fiscal Waterloo

By David Stockman It’s all over now except the shouting about Obamacare repeal and replace, but that’s not the half of it. The stand by Senators Lee and Moran was much bigger than putting the latest iteration of McConnell-Care out … Continue reading

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One Man’s Opinion: Ron Paul: “I Would Not Be Shocked” If Stocks Crash 25% In 3 Months

By ZeroHedge Precariously overstretched equity valuations and the purportedly “data dependent” Federal Reserve’s insistence on raising interest rates could bring about the next market correction as soon as October, former Congressman Ron Paul said during a recent appearance on CNBC’s … Continue reading

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