Monthly Archives: April 2011

Bernanke Has Officially Killed the Dollar

Yesterday, Bernanke staged a “conference” answering “questions” from “journalists.” It’s striking that the man with the most power in the world would be handled with kid gloves. After all, if he’s in charge of directing the world’s reserve currency, surely … Continue reading

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A Debt Default is Not the Real Problem Facing the US

Many commentators are discussing the collapse of the US today. Indeed, the most common theme I see one of “it’s all over,” usually focusing on the math/ debt problems in the US. Debt is a major problem, but it’s not … Continue reading

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QE 3 is Coming… It’s Just a Question of What Form It Will Take

The Fed will absolutely have to engage in some kind of QE. It might be a toned down version like QE lite (which supposedly doesn’t involve additional money printing). Or the Fed might try to make it a QE that … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ Free Weekly Market Forecast (China Dumping Dollars edition)

The US Dollar broke to a new low in the overnight futures session. It’s not surprising as China announced over the weekend that it expects to trim its US Dollar exposure by 2/3. Yes, China has finally had enough of … Continue reading

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It’s GAME OVER For the US

If the US were a company, it’d already be in Chapter 11. FoxNews published a WHOPPER of a story yesterday, though it somehow has not caught the attention of most people. If you have issues with Fox them at the … Continue reading

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A Crisis That’s Four Times Bigger Than 2008

Graham’s note: The following is an excerpt from my most recent Private Wealth Advisory newsletter. In it I explain why the Fed will perform QE 3 and kill the US Dollar in the process. In this same issue, I alerted … Continue reading

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Why the Fed Is FREAKING OUT

… and we just passed $500 billion. I’ve shown the below chart before in other pieces. However, given its significance, it deserves regular review. This is a chart of the adjusted US Monetary Base. It’s essentially a very simple means … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ FREE Weekly Market Forecast (US Negative Edition)

The most significant development in the markets today is S&P’s decision to revise its US outlook to negative. This single issue has resulted in stocks taking a nosedive and Gold exploding higher. Regarding stocks, this has resulted in a clear … Continue reading

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Let’s Vote Bernanke Out

As noted in yesterday’s essay, Bernanke and pals’ claims that the US is in a recovery due to the fact the stock market has rallied are totally bogus. Bernanke is measuring his success in US Dollars, which incidentally happens to … Continue reading

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Yeah, The Market’s Up, But It’s Not Generating Wealth… At ALL

The US Federal Reserve has bet the farm… and the Republic on the idea that they can inflate us back to a recovery. In plain terms, Bernanke and pals believe that if they can make the stock market rise, people … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ Free Weekly Market Forecast (No Love for US Cash or Debt Edition)

The US Dollar has broken down in the overnight futures session to test its 2009 low. We’ve now definitively taken out the 2010 low. If we break the 2009 low (75) there’s only one line of support left at the … Continue reading

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We’re Now Engaging in the Same Disastrous Policies… Only On a National Level

And we’re back! Thank you so much for your patience over the last 48 hours. We are still in the process of upgrading parts of the Gains Pains & Capital website, but for the most part, things are working again. … Continue reading

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Looking Like You Know What You’re Talking About Doesn’t Mean That You Do

Enough is enough. The mainstream financial media always tries to offer fundamental reasons for why stocks do what they do. If stocks rally it’s because on good earnings or improved consumer confidence or some other development. On the surface, this … Continue reading

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