Bill King on When the World Economy Will Finally Reset

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If you haven’t yet listened to Bill King, I’d highly recommend his recent interview with David McAlvany and Kevin Orrick on their McAlvany Weekly Commentary.  King shares his take on the global economic mess, and what he think it will take for the world to hit the coveted Reset button. The Tea Party keeps saying, […]

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Our friend Glenn Cohen of Cohen Investment Strategies hosted a private webinar this week for accredited investors, where he and special guest Rick Campagna of 300 North Capital each shared their 2012 economic and financial market outlooks.  Glenn was very kind to extend an invite my way, and especially kind to allow me to take […]

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Great job by our pal Jonathan Lederer, who hit the nail on the head in his most recent market commentary.  He actually published this piece Friday morning, as the markets were going ballistic – too bad I didn’t get the piece published until this morning!  Oh well, as long as you’re not short-term trading (and […]

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Economies around the globe seem to be slowing down a bit – but the US stock market doesn’t appear worried, sitting just off its recent highs.  But India, China, and Brazil are all off their highs by double-digits.  So which Mr. Market is right?  Sy Harding investigates.. Ed. note: Sy published this article on Friday […]

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Last week we issued a Renter’s Manifesto of sorts, which took a look at the virtues of renting (versus buying).  One of the items we touched – demographic trends here in the US, which are not as favorable to housing as they’ve been over the past 50 or so years. On that thread, Symmetry Capital […]

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I put debate in quotes because I think Krugman is a joke, and I can’t believe anyone actually reads his stuff for anything other than pure entertainment. On Yahoo’s Tech Ticker, Niall Ferguson fires back with his side of the story – which is based on actual economic history, rather than Keynsian “pie in the […]

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Save the Virgins! By David Galland, Managing Editor, The Casey Report This morning I read an interesting story in Soundings magazine. It recounted the final voyage of the S.S. Morro Castle, purportedly one of the safest ships afloat back in 1934 when it regularly transported revelers on junkets between New York and Havana. Then, on the night of […]

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Guest article by Alex Daley, Senior Editor, Casey Research Talk of a double-dip recession is seemingly increasing these days. Home sales have dropped like a brick since the end of the special tax breaks for buyers. Weekly job reports are showing much larger rises in unemployment claims than previously expected by whoever it is that […]

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Well, maybe not quite, but it certainly feels that way. Today, Ben Bernanke pledged to keep the benchmark interest rate at a record low for an “extended period.” (Source: Bloomberg) His commentary was, as usual, about as insightful as the look my 6-year old weimaraner gives me when I proofread my blog out loud to […]

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Fellow contrarians know that we’ve been following the Baltic Dry Index as a leading indicator of the Reflation Rally for some time now…in fact, we’ve been watching it with a wary eye all the way since last August! Well, topping processes can often be long, drawn out events.  It looks like this has come to […]

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Brett

Hi, I’m Brett Owens – and I’m a financial junkie. My “problem” started incollege, when I got a little dose of the stock market – man, was I hooked…in no time, I was reading the Wall Street Journal religously.

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