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“The presidency of Joe Biden started with expectations for a new stimulus and with a new rally for the bullion price,” wrote Carlo Alberto De Casa, chief analyst at ActivTrades.
    The Silver Roadmap
Jan 21, 2021 - 12:55:23 PST
My target price over the next few years is for silver to reach at least $300. How I reach that number is a topic for a future article. But before you think I'm crazy, I can assure you that it's an estimate relating to the gold price, and based on how gold and silver have performed in previous bull markets.
Bets on the Indian rupee’s rebound this year are already facing headwinds. The Reserve Bank of India signaled recently it won’t relent on dollar purchases that pushed the currency to the bottom of Asia’s currency rankings in 2020.
“The small business economy is on life support right now,” said CFIB's vice president Laura Jones.
In his latest letter to investors, The Financial Times reports that the billionaire manager blasts the world's central banks (focusing mostly on The Fed) for flooding the financial system with money since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that the central bank’s moves have made it difficult to gauge the health of the US economy.
    Crescat Macro Deck Presentation: January 2021
Jan 21, 2021 - 11:59:23 PST
National Debt has grown over 3.5x nominal GDP since the break of the gold standard.
The dollar fell for a third straight session on Thursday, with investors seeking out higher-yielding currencies, as a slew of better-than-expected U.S. data and continued optimism about a massive stimulus package spurred hopes of a recovery in the world's largest economy.
The timeless economic reality of incentives calls into question Cuomo’s proposed tax hike on high earners. It also ought to make us reconsider whether we should be punishing wealth-creation through taxing income at all.
    Biden’s Inflation Danger
Jan 21, 2021 - 11:03:44 PST
What to watch: Even though Fed chair Jerome Powell and other top officials have said they welcome inflation, Bianco warns they are not in charge.
    A Repeat Of The 2000 Highs In Play?
Jan 21, 2021 - 10:37:29 PST
As you can see, this ratio peaked out in 2000, bottomed in 2002, and has been in an up-trend ever since. That up-trend has been formed with higher lows, creating a trend line that has yet to be broken.
A lack of demand for bearish options on the U.S. stock market signals potentially troubling investor complacency amid a record-breaking equity rally, according to Tallbacken Capital Advisors LLC.Total open interest in put options on the S&P 500 index is around a four-year low...
    New All-Time Low Junk Bond Yield, Is the Fed Worried?
Jan 21, 2021 - 10:26:32 PST
Bloomberg writer Lisa Abramowicz notes "A new all-time low for U.S. junk bond yields, of 4.13%".
    Central Bank Machinations with No Exit
Jan 21, 2021 - 10:23:28 PST
This is not your grandmother’s “yield curve control.” There is only one thing that could force this ECB absurdity to end: a big bout of inflation.
If confirmed, Janet Yellen’s immediate task will be selling Congress on the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package. But the former Fed chair will also have her hands full on a number of other issues.
Delays in issuing additional Covid relief led millions to lose unemployment benefits after Christmas, according to Labor Department data issued Thursday.
Continued uncertainty over the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac has inflicted pain on hedge funds, which have been wagering for years that the mortgage-finance giants would be put on a path to returning to private hands.
Allow me to translate the risible claims of Jay Powell and Janet Yellen that their stimulus policies haven't boosted wealth inequality to the moon: "Let them eat cake."
When Joe Biden took office 12 years ago, he joined the administration to deal with a major economic heart attack in the form of a financial crisis. Today, the new president is leading a country facing multiple self-reinforcement crises rather than a single one.
About 20% of respondents in Bank of America’s latest global fund manager survey out Wednesday said they were taking higher than normal risk. Not only does that continue the upward march in risk appetite started...
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