Monthly Archives: February 2018

Forget about normalization, the Fed is terrified. The Fed officially began Quantitative Tightening in October. To date, the Fed has shrunk its balance sheet by less than $40 billion. And already Fed officials are so spooked by stocks falling, that … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Forget About Normalization, the Fed is Terrified

Forget about normalization, the Fed is terrified. The Fed officially began Quantitative Tightening in October. To date, the Fed has shrunk its balance sheet by less than $40 billion. And already Fed officials are so spooked by stocks falling, that … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Stocks Are 7% Off Of All Time Highs And Already the Fed’s Talking More QE

Forget about normalization, the Fed is terrified. The Fed officially began Quantitative Tightening in October. To date, the Fed has shrunk its balance sheet by less than $40 billion. And already Fed officials are so spooked by stocks falling, that … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on How Scared Is the Fed to Already Be Talking About QE Again?

A key issue to note if you want to time market turns is that stocks are always the last asset class to “get it.” Consider that high yield credit or Junk Bonds (HYG) have lead stocks from the January ’16 … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Are Stocks About to Start the Next Leg Down?

Dear Reader, If you’re looking for answers as to why the US financial system is the way it is… or have questions about what’s coming down the pike in the financial markets, pick up a copy of our bestselling book … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on What Happens When the Everything Bubble Bursts?

A key issue to note if you want to time market turns is that stocks are always the last asset class to “get it.” Consider that high yield credit or Junk Bonds (HYG) have lead stocks from the January ’16 … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Credit is Already Rolling Over… Are Stocks Next?

A key issue to note if you want to time market turns is that stocks are always the last asset class to “get it.” Consider that high yield credit or Junk Bonds (HYG) have lead stocks from the January ’16 … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Credit Isn’t Buying the “V” rally in Stocks

Dear Reader, If you’re looking for answers as to why the US financial system is the way it is… or have questions about what’s coming down the pike in the financial markets, pick up a copy of our bestselling book … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Why Is the US Financial System So Screwed Up? Gets Answers Now

Major declines follow a distinct pattern: 1)   The initial drop. 2)   The bounce. 3)   The final collapse. This recent market meltdown has followed this pattern perfectly. As I write this, the markets have completed numbers 1 and 2. They will … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Stocks Are About to “Sucker Punch” the Bulls

Major declines follow a distinct pattern: 1)   The initial drop. 2)   The bounce. 3)   The final collapse. This recent market meltdown has followed this pattern perfectly. As I write this, the markets have completed numbers 1 and 2. They will … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Road Map For What’s to Come For Stocks This Week

Major declines follow a distinct pattern: 1)   The initial drop. 2)   The bounce. 3)   The final collapse. This recent market meltdown has followed this pattern perfectly. As I write this, the markets have completed numbers 1 and 2. They will … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Stocks Have Completed #1 and #2, Next Up is the Panic Low

Major declines follow a distinct pattern: 1)   The initial drop. 2)   The bounce. 3)   The final collapse. This recent market meltdown has followed this pattern perfectly. As I write this, the markets have completed numbers 1 and 2. They will … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Buckle Up: Stocks Are About to Begin “The Next Leg Down.”

If you’re looking for signs of inflation the CPI will never show it. Why? Because CPI is constructed on purpose to understate inflation. The Fed knows the CPI is garbage, which is why it (the Fed) has multiple other inflation … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Bond Market Needs to Turn Here or We’re In Serious Trouble

If you’re looking for signs of inflation the CPI will never show it. Why? Because CPI is constructed on purpose to understate inflation. The Fed knows the CPI is garbage, which is why it (the Fed) has multiple other inflation … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Fed KNOWS CPI is a Joke, Meanwhile Real Inflation is Already Above 3%

If you’re looking for signs of inflation the CPI will never show it. Why? Because CPI is constructed on purpose to understate inflation. The Fed knows the CPI is garbage, which is why it (the Fed) has multiple other inflation … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Ignore CPI or the Fed, the Bond Market Has Already Made Up Its Mind

If you’re looking for signs of inflation the CPI will never show it. Why? Because CPI is constructed on purpose to understate inflation. The Fed knows the CPI is garbage, which is why it (the Fed) has multiple other inflation … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Fed’s “In-House” Inflation Measures Are Already 3% and 3.7%

As I’ve been stating for weeks now, inflation is the big theme for 2018. Even the Fed’s ridiculous CPI measure is coming in higher than expected (though real inflation is now at 3%). Why is this a big problem? Because … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Will Inflation Blow Up the Everything Bubble

As I’ve been stating for weeks now, inflation is the big theme for 2018. Even the Fed’s ridiculous CPI measure is coming in higher than expected (though real inflation is now at 3%). Why is this a big problem? Because … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on The Fed is Officially Cornered: Stagflation on the Rise?

As I’ve been stating for weeks now, inflation is the big theme for 2018. Even the Fed’s ridiculous CPI measure is coming in higher than expected (though real inflation is now at 3%). Why is this a big problem? Because … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Even the Fed’s Ridiculous CPI is Showing a Rise in Inflation

As I’ve been stating for weeks now, inflation is the big theme for 2018. Even the Fed’s ridiculous CPI measure is coming in higher than expected (though real inflation is now at 3%). Why is this a big problem? Because … Continue reading

Posted on by The Phoenix | Comments Off on Why the Fed is Secretly TERRIFIED of Inflation (and how to profit from it).