Monthly Archives: December 2011

We’ve Reached the End Game For Central Bank Intervention

We’ve reached the end game for Central Bank intervention. When confronted with excessive debt, you can either “take the hit” or you can try to inflate the debt away. In 2008, the Central Banks, lead by the US Federal Reserve, … Continue reading

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Sorry Folks, QE 3 Ain’t Coming…

… Unless we get a major bank going under or a 2008-type event. I’ve been reading that several pundits believe QE 3 is just around the corner. I’m sorry to say that this view is both misguided and has proven … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast (Deflation’s Back Edition)

The markets have entered a new round of deflation. The only asset class that has yet to realize this is stocks. Here’s the 30-Year Treasury Bond: As you can see, we’ve already surpassed the former all-time established during the nadir … Continue reading

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Want to Know the REAL DEAL in the EU? Talk to a CEO

One of the biggest problems facing the world today is the fact that most world leaders have little if any business experience. Those who do are inevitably investment bankers/ financiers who, while technically businessmen, have expertise primarily in financial engineering, … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ Weekly Market Forecast (La La Land Edition)

Stocks have entered a kind of fantasy world, completely detached from any kind of economic, political, or financial reality. Indeed, last week the #1 driver of stock prices was unfounded rumors that were refuted within hours of their being published … Continue reading

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Forget Europe… Germany’s Got Its Own Problems to Deal With

Every day that Germany continues to flirt with the idea of propping up Europe, is another day that the country gets closer to its own fiscal crisis. The mainstream media believes that Germany is somehow the bastion of fiscal strength. … Continue reading

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Read This and Tell Me Germany Wants a Monetary Union

I’ve stated before that I fully believe Germany will be leaving the Euro. With that in mind, I want to draw your attention to recent comments from Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schauble. Wolfgang Schauble admits euro bail-out fund won’t halt … Continue reading

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Bernanke’s Scared… And He Should Be

A few months ago, I stated that Ben Bernanke was going to come under increased scrutiny and possibly even face legal trouble based on the fact that someone was going to take the fall for the bailout madness/ theft/ fraud … Continue reading

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Is the Fed Leaking Again?

Something fishy is going on in the markets. Stocks are holding up relatively well this morning, while the credit markets deteriorate. That the market could digest S&P putting Austria, France, and Germany under credit downgrade review this easily is a … Continue reading

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Graham Summers’ FREE Weekly Market Forecast (Fade the Fed? Edition)

Equities got giddy last week when the world’s central banks, lead by the US Federal Reserve, lowered the global cost of borrowing Dollars. Regardless of the market’s reaction, the whole thing smells of desperation and quite frankly, everyone should be … Continue reading

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What Does the Fed Know That We Don’t?

The thought that should be on every investor’s mind today is “Why did the Fed have to stage the coordinated intervention yesterday?’ Put another way, what exactly does the Fed know that we don’t? The whole thing smells fishy to … Continue reading

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