Tag Archives: Forced

Victory? Reserve Bank Of Australia Forced To Address Gold Scandal

Amazing developments on the gold front in Australia! The RBA has responded to pressure regarding its gold holdings. Here are the details… by John Adams from Adams Economics Amazing developments on the gold front happening in Australia! The Reserve Bank of Australia has responded to pressure from the commentary of John Adams and Martin North regarding its gold holdings. Responding to dozens of ...

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Walmart Warns It Will Be Forced To Raise Prices Due To Trade War

Walmart warns the IMMEDIATE impact will be to raise prices on consumers and tax American businesses and manufacturers. Here’s more… from Zero Hedge One of the reasons why the US economic response to Trump’s trade war with China had been lukewarm at best, is that US consumers had not been subject to any of the inflationary consequences of the escalating ...

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The Forced Capitulation In The Gold Stocks Is Super-Bullish

While it’s hard to buy low after a capitulation when bearishness is suffocating, that’s when fortunes are won. Here’s where things stand today… by Adam Hamilton of Zeal LLC The gold miners’ stocks suffered a rare capitulation selloff over the past month or so.  Selling cascaded to extremes as stop losses were sequentially triggered, battering this contrarian sector to exceedingly-low ...

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More Americans are forced to “reside” in their vehicles

The number of people who live in their vehicles because they can’t find affordable housing is on the rise, even though the practice is illegal in many U.S. cities. The number of people residing in campers and other vehicles surged 46 percent over the past year, a recent homeless census in Seattle’s King County, Washington found. The problem is “exploding” ...

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Why The Fed Will Be Forced To Halt QT Early And Expand The Balance Sheet In 2020, According To Morgan Stanley

The longer the current U.S. expansion drags on, and the more unapologetic Jerome Powell’s Fed comes across, the more obsessed the market becomes with curve inversion. And when I say “curve inversion”, I mean “pick a curve, any curve.” Swaps, corporates or the old standbys in the Treasury complex. It all works if you’re running down stories. Anything to put ...

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