We know what Trump is bringing to the globalists brawl that has already begun with shots like China threatening a trade war against the US. Globalists are not going just to roll over quietly for a Trump Administration.
Lisa Haven thinks that globalists could crash the US economy in response to Trump’s win. Lisa thinks (Read More….)
Albert writes, “Hi Lance; you had another great show tonight. A couple of questions if you don’t mind. First is, I read on your website that you think STM might be a good long term trade. Aside from margin issues (if one doesn’t buy on margin), do you think it’s still a good long-term stock (Read More….)
Foreign countries are dumping US debt at an alarming pace. Foreigners dumped $54.2 billion in US Treasury bonds in just the last four weeks.
Since the start of 2016, foreign countries have sold more than $177.7 billion in US Treasury bonds, bringing the total to $2.827 trillion, the lowest amount of Treasuries held by (Read More….)
The world’s largest funds are sovereign wealth funds used by countries to run an entire government and to provide social welfare programs for the people. Back in January of 2015, I wrote about the drop in the price of oil impacting sovereign wealth funds here.
It was inevitable that if oil did not recover quickly, (Read More….)
Falling profit margins typically precede a recession. Last week, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released the latest profit margin numbers that clearly point to an oncoming recession.
Notice how the last two recessions (shaded areas) came within six months of a -20% change from a year ago (red line). The only thing that is (Read More….)
YouTube subscriber Tami asks, “I saw the YouTube video on the stock market crash projections. My son and I watch you frequently and think you are great. Do you think it is still good to stay in gold and mining stocks?”
Thank you so much for your kind words Tami. Here is how I think (Read More….)
Deutsche Bank may be on the verge of collapse. Last week Deutsche Bank reported Q2 2016 earnings of 20 million euros which is a 98% drop in earnings year-over-year.
In 2015, Deutsche Bank announced its first full year of loss since the 2008 recession.
Deutsche Bank’s stock is down -60% over the last year (Read More….)