Saturday, June 24, 2017

Opinions & Commentaries

Stockman: Comey Testimony a ‘Big Fat Nothingburger’

David Stockman joined Futures Now to discuss former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony with the Senate Intelligence Committee.  As markets try to decipher what to expect from the White House, Stockman...

Social Security + Gold

You’re being lied to… That’s the sad fact when it comes to government data on inflation. The phrase “lies, damned lies, and statistics” may have been popularized by Mark Twain, but the concept...

Must-See Cannabis Investing Strategies

Legal pot sales in the U.S. have hit $4 billion and are projected to hit $25 billion in less than a decade. Silicon Valley venture capitalists want in on this action. Big money...

What You Should Know About Quantitative Tightening (QT)

“The Federal Reserve is embarking on a new path, a path that started several years with QE (quantitative easing)” says Jim Rickards, economist and currency expert. Rickards’ has identified the next “path”...

It’s the Best Strategy No Serious Investor Ever Uses…

It’s another boring week for the stock market… The major averages are standing still. But here’s the thing: Momentum stocks are soaring. “The MSCI U.S. Momentum Index, which tracks companies with the most price...

I Bought Bitcoin — Here’s What Happened

I wouldn’t say that I bought into the hype. I would say that I did this more as a learning experience. I’ve received so many questions about how to buy, and where...

Four Winners in the UK Election

Look for multiple winners in the upcoming UK election, and not one of them to be current Prime Minister Theresa May. As the United Kingdom prepares for a snap election on June...

The Market’s Finally Waking Up to This New Threat…

“Never before have so much data been collected,” our own lead tech analyst Ray Blanco declares. “In 2017, it’s estimated to be about 15,000 exabytes worth (an exabyte is a billion gigabytes....

Watch: Stupid Millennials Chase Hot Stocks

What would happen if someone put a group of anonymous millennials in charge of a $50,000 trading account? We’re about to find out… Thanks to an adventurous Amazon engineer, we’re about to see...

The Hard Limits of Progress

Until the 19th century, technological and economic progress advanced inch by agonizing inch. The fastest transportation in A.D. 1776 was the fastest transportation in 1776 B.C. — the horse. Maritime commerce flowed to...

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