Emerging Markets Are Crashing… Has the Everything Bubble Burst?

The markets are getting downright ugly. If things don’t turn up soon we could be at the point at which the Everything Bubble begins to burst. While US stocks have performed relatively well recently, globally things are looking worse and worse. Germany’s DAX never reclaimed its former high established back in January. Instead it’s been

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Warning: Global Growth is Gone… What Comes Next Won’t Be Pretty

The markets are getting downright ugly. While US stocks have performed relatively well recently, globally things are looking worse and worse. Germany’s DAX never reclaimed its former high established back in January. Instead it’s been carving out a massive Head and Shoulders pattern. Germany is the fourth largest economy in the world and heavily reliant

Will the Fed Be Able to Get the Inflation Genie Back in the Bottle This Time?

The inflationary move we predicted is now well underway. There are numerous inflation measures but the one the Fed primarily focuses on is the Personal Consumption Expenditures Deflator, or PCE Deflator. That metric hit 2.3% year over year in July. Well above the Fed’s 2% inflation target. That chart is in a STRONG uptrend. The

Two Charts Every Inflation Denier Needs to See

The inflationary move we predicted is now well underway. There are numerous inflation measures but the one the Fed primarily focuses on is the Personal Consumption Expenditures Deflator, or PCE Deflator. That metric hit 2.3% year over year in July. Well above the Fed’s 2% inflation target. That chart is in a STRONG uptrend. The

The Fed’s Two Favorite Inflation Measures Just Flashed a Major Warning

The inflationary move we predicted is now well underway. There are numerous inflation measures but the one the Fed primarily focuses on is the Personal Consumption Expenditures Deflator, or PCE Deflator. That metric hit 2.3% year over year in July. Well above the Fed’s 2% inflation target. That chart is in a STRONG uptrend. The

Warning: Inflation Is Now Well Above the Fed’s Target

The inflationary move we predicted is now well underway. There are numerous inflation measures but the one the Fed primarily focuses on is the Personal Consumption Expenditures Deflator, or PCE Deflator. That metric hit 2.3% year over year in July. Well above the Fed’s 2% inflation target. That chart is in a STRONG uptrend. The

The Fed is WAY Behind the Curve… and It’s Only Going to Get Worse From Here

The inflationary move we predicted is now well underway. There are numerous inflation measures but the one the Fed primarily focuses on is the Personal Consumption Expenditures Deflator, or PCE Deflator. That metric hit 2.3% year over year in July. Well above the Fed’s 2% inflation target. That chart is in a STRONG uptrend. The

Two of the Most Important Asset Classes Just Gave Us a Major “Tell”

The $USD has just “figured out” that the Fed will be finished with rate hikes soon. We get confirmation of this from Oil, which has completely reversed its breakdown and is back at its bull market trendline.  The $USD and Oil are two of the most important asset classes on the planet. To see both

Has Gold Finally Bottomed?

Let’s talk about Gold. Gold has been collapsing in a near straight line since April. This has lead to traders going record short the precious metal and sentiment reaching “2008 meltdown” levels of pessimism. Gold, for most investors, has become a proverbial “four-letter word.” Having said that, Gold has just staged its first significant bounce

Gold LOVES a Weak $USD… So What Does This Chart Mean?

Let’s talk about Gold. Gold has been collapsing in a near straight line since April. This has lead to traders going record short the precious metal and sentiment reaching “2008 meltdown” levels of pessimism. Gold, for most investors, has become a proverbial “four-letter word.” Having said that, Gold has just staged its first significant bounce

Downtrend Broken, But Rejected By Resistance: an Objective Look at Gold

Let’s talk about Gold. Gold has been collapsing in a near straight line since April. This has lead to traders going record short the precious metal and sentiment reaching “2008 meltdown” levels of pessimism. Gold, for most investors, has become a proverbial “four-letter word.” Having said that, Gold has just staged its first significant bounce

The One Chart Gold Traders Need to Keep an Eye On

Let’s talk about Gold. Gold has been collapsing in a near straight line since April. This has lead to traders going record short the precious metal and sentiment reaching “2008 meltdown” levels of pessimism. Gold, for most investors, has become a proverbial “four-letter word.” Having said that, Gold has just staged its first significant bounce

This “Four Letter Word” Asset Class Could Pay Off BIG For Investors

Let’s talk about Gold. Gold has been collapsing in a near straight line since April. This has lead to traders going record short the precious metal and sentiment reaching “2008 meltdown” levels of pessimism. Gold, for most investors, has become a proverbial “four-letter word.” Having said that, Gold has just staged its first significant bounce

Is the Fed About to “Pump the Brakes”? The Currency Markets This So

More and more it looks like a major turn is at hand in the markets. That turn concerns the US Dollar. The greenback peaked three weeks ago. It has since taken out support (red line), undoing the entire breakout move. It’s not on the verge of taking out its bullish trendline (blue line). This, in

The Currency Markets “Sense” a Major Change is Coming

More and more it looks like a major turn is at hand in the markets. That turn concerns the US Dollar. The greenback peaked three weeks ago. It has since taken out support (red line), undoing the entire breakout move. It’s not on the verge of taking out its bullish trendline (blue line). This, in

More and More This Looks Like a Major “Tell” From the Markets

More and more it looks like a major turn is at hand in the markets. That turn concerns the US Dollar. The greenback peaked three weeks ago. It has since taken out support (red line), undoing the entire breakout move. It’s not on the verge of taking out its bullish trendline (blue line). This, in

The US Dollar is Breaking Down Against Every Major Currency

More and more it looks like a major turn is at hand in the markets. That turn concerns the US Dollar. The greenback peaked three weeks ago. It has since taken out support (red line), undoing the entire breakout move. It’s not on the verge of taking out its bullish trendline (blue line). This, in

Four Incredible Charts That Predict a Systemic Shift For the Markets

More and more it looks like a major turn is at hand in the markets. That turn concerns the US Dollar. The greenback peaked three weeks ago. It has since taken out support (red line), undoing the entire breakout move. It’s not on the verge of taking out its bullish trendline (blue line). This, in

Three Charts That Tell Me The Markets Are About to Turn

The markets are beginning to anticipate a weak $USD. First and foremost, the Emerging Market ETF (EEM) is in the process of bottoming. EEM was crushed by the $USD’s strength this summer. But it’s now starting to look like a major turn is approaching: EEM has just broken above major resistance and is in the
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