Monthly Archives: April 2013

Is Bernanke Preparing to Jump Ship?

The Fed meets today and tomorrow. The ECB meets on Thursday. Those will be the defining market forces for the next three trading sessions. There is little if any point in trying to trade this week (at least until Thursday). … Continue reading

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These Three Economic Bellweathers Signify Danger Lies Ahead

The markets are holding up based on hope for more stimulus from the Fed and ECB this week (Fed FOMC is Tuesday and Wednesday, the ECB meeting is on Thursday). This is a very dangerous environment. We are entering the … Continue reading

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The Best Economic Analyst on the Planet Calls BS on the Recovery

For the last four years, the financial world has traded largely based on hope of more intervention from Central Banks. That was and is the single driving factor of the markets. Good news was good news (it’s a recovery!) but … Continue reading

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The One Trendline To Watch For Gold

Since 2011, the Fed and other global Central Banks have injected over $2 trillion into the financial system. They’ve also announced plans to continue pumping money ad infinitum. And yet for the period from 2011 until two weeks ago Gold, … Continue reading

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Are Stocks Heading the Same Way Gold Did?

The markets rallied hard yesterday, thanks to promises of more from Europe. However, the global economy is once again contracting with the bad data coming out of both China and Germany: two of the biggest exporters in the world. With … Continue reading

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Why the Market Moved Today and What’s Next

Europe is leading the world higher today on two items:  1)   EU President Barroso stating that there are limits to austerity. 2)   Spain’s Prime Minister Rajoy agreeing with Angela Merkel that nations must cede sovereignty if Europe is to last. … Continue reading

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What the Gold Crash Means For Investors

The mainstream media is rife with investment “experts” who missed the 10- year bull market in Gold and Silver. These guys are now high fiving about Gold’s drop, like they’re geniuses for avoiding precious metals in the past. Gold doesn’t … Continue reading

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What Are European Markets Telling Us About the State of the EU Crisis?

If you happened to simply glance over the headlines in the financial media over the last few months, you’d think the European Crisis was over. In November, no less than France’s Prime Minister, Spain’s Prime Minister, and even Germany’s Finance … Continue reading

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Germany Just Took Out Its “Recovery” Trendline

More signs of trouble. We’ve been told countless times that Europe was “fixed.” The problem with this is that the market is beginning to realize this is not true. Much of the European recovery counts on Germany. The ECB owns … Continue reading

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Three Key Market Signals Investors Are Ignoring

The markets moved higher yesterday because frankly Tuesday is the day for upside moves: thus far in 2013, we’ve had 13 straight Tuesday gains. This, combined with the very short-term oversold basis of several markets, mainly Gold and commodities, gave … Continue reading

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Is Bernanke’s Worst Nightmare Just Around the Corner?

First off I want to say that all of us here at Phoenix Capital Research are sending our prayers to the victims of the Boston Terror Attacks. We sincerely hope none of you, our readers, or your loved ones were … Continue reading

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Gold Crashes and Japan Sinks

Good Morning Investors Gold is crashing this morning, falling over $90 to $1413 per ounce. This move is looking to be largely based on institutional liquidation in Asia where Japanese bonds are being sold. The Bank of Japan announced a … Continue reading

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Why Lie About Inflation? Because It Covers Up Bigger Lies

More and more analysts are catching on to the fact that Government measures of inflation are phony. The US Government tells us that inflation, as measured by the CPI, is 0.8%. This is largely a work of fiction however as … Continue reading

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Why Are Central Banks Buying Gold?

Anyone who wants to get to the truth behind the inflationary threats to their wealth should ignore everything the Central Banks say about inflation and look instead at their actions. Worldwide gold demand in 2012 was another record high of … Continue reading

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Cyprus Paved the Way For an FDIC-Approved Money Grab

As Cyprus has now shown us, when systemic collapse hits, it hits FAST and FURIOUS. The quick timeline for Cyprus is as follows: June 25, 2012: Cyprus formally requests a bailout from the EU. November 24, 2012: Cyprus announces it … Continue reading

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The Secret FDIC Rule That Puts Your Savings At Risk.

What happened in Cyprus isn’t a “one off” event. The financial media and elite have been trying to convince the world that Cyprus was a unique situation… a “one time” deal… and that our money is safe in the banks. … Continue reading

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Japan Has Shown Us the Way To Our Own Monetary Disaster

Japan is the ultimate basket case for monetization. The country buys its own bonds, stocks, ETFs, foreign bonds, even REITs. All in all, the country has spent over 20% of its GDP in QE… and its economy continues to slow. … Continue reading

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This is What Societal Collapse Looks Like

Add the total and complete hypocrisy of France to the list of reasons to avoid putting a cent in the EU. We already know about Spain where Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy was “allegedly” receiving bribes from property developers throughout the … Continue reading

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When It Comes Time to Steal… They’re Coming After YOUR Money

Cyprus should scare the living daylights out of everyone. Cyprus has shown us that when things get bad enough in Europe, bureaucrats will STEAL money from the people. That is bad enough as it completely goes against the central tenants … Continue reading

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Are You Ready For What’s Coming Our Way From Europe?

The following is an excerpt from the most recent issue of Private Wealth Advisory. To learn more about Private Wealth Advisory and how we’re preparing our readers for the next Crisis… Click Here Now! The EU Crisis went into overdrive … Continue reading

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