Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: Billionaire investor and master of skimming life insurance premiums from young families fearful of leaving children behind with no means of support finds himself ingratiating himself with the American people in the hopes of deflecting one simple secret. He’s a giant wolf in sheep’s
Eric Dutram: Although the European debt situation continues to dominate the headlines, investors haven’t really seen this transfer over into huge gains for the U.S. dollar. In fact, the greenback—as represented by the U.S. dollar Index—is more or less flat so far in 2012 as smooth trading has dominated the landscape
Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: As the European sovereign debt crisis quickly spreads to Spain (again), with the Spanish 10-year bond yield once again soaring past 6 percent (on its way to the magic red-alert yield of 7.5 percent), the half-life between sovereign debt bailouts appears to be diminishing.
Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: No matter how the Fed tries to manipulate the markets through its orchestrated communiques, more ‘quantitative easing’ is coming, says ‘Mr. Gold‘ Jim Sinclair. And this time, $17 trillion more of Sinclair’s mantra “QE to infinity” is a done deal, according to him.
Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul: Trends Research Institute Founder Gerald Celente forecasts a pop in the much-heralded U.S. recovery. The U.S. consumer cannot continue to borrow and lead the U.S. out of its economic woes, he added. The consumer bubble, he said, is about to pop, “soon.”
Michael Snyder: Ben Bernanke has decided that he needs to teach all of us why the Federal Reserve is good for America and about why the gold standard is bad. On Tuesday, Bernanke delivered the first of four planned lectures to a group of students at George Washington University. But that lecture was not