Post Tagged with: "bond market"

December 17, 2013 05:35

Hiding the Decline with Unemployment Rate Myth

“USA is in for a prolonged period of sub par growth and very high annual deficits.” – Bruce Krasting

June 20, 2013 06:25

Is The Fed Acting Like a Day Trader?

Rick Santelli rants against recent Fed statements and stock market dependence on the Fed’s buying of government debt known as QE.

January 10, 2012 07:46

When the Bond Buying Stops, Its Game Over

After 40 years of unending fiat money expansion, the world suffers from excess levels of debt. A lot of this debt will never be repaid. My expectation is that the market will increasingly question the ability and the willingness of most states – and that, crucially, includes the big states – to control their spending and to shed their addiction to debt financing.

July 7, 2011 05:41

20 Warning Signs Of A Global Doomsday

Since a U.S. dollar collapse is ranked as the greatest risk to the world, and dollar’s fate is largely dependent on if the bond market has faith in Uncle Sam, it might be helpful to add five additional warning signs that the bond market is freaking out.

June 2, 2011 06:18

Government policies will cause depression and high inflation – Schiff

Peter Schiff explains how current government policies are leading us to a depression worse than the Great Depression and possibly coupled with hyper inflation. He says there never was a recovery, just an artificial bump from massive spending of printed money.

May 25, 2011 04:10

Gold and Dollar Pop on Euro Debt Crisis

85% of international investors recently surveyed by Bloomberg said Greece will probably default, with smaller majorities predicting Portugal and Ireland will do the same.

May 16, 2011 05:15

Put the pedal to the metals?

Peter Schiff on gold and silver. “The fundamentals have not changed. … The fed has got the monetary pedal to the metal.” “The dollar hit an all time record low against the Swiss Franc.”

October 28, 2010 04:43

Mad Fed Should Beware Unquantifiable Outcomes

The guardians of the world economy still seem to think the answer to too much debt is yet more debt. Imagine the response, though, if you had asked any of the current crop of central bankers five years ago about the inflationary consequences of pumping trillions of dollars into the financial system.

March 22, 2010 04:52

Obama Pays More Than Buffett as U.S. Risks AAA Rating

“It’s a slap upside the head of the government,” The bond market is saying that it’s safer to lend to Warren Buffett than Barack Obama.