Posts filed under “Markets”

Yesterday’s Bear Column on BBRG Home Page

Hey, this is pretty cool: Yesterday morning’s column on the Signs of a Bull Market Turning Bear  made the home page of . . .


Click for bear column

Category: Markets, Media


Lows of the day:   click for ginormous version

Category: Markets

U.S.-listed ETP Flows

Source: Fidelity

Category: ETFs, Markets

Goldbugs Push Back

  “Never try to teach a pig to sing- it wastes your time and annoys the pig.” – Robert A. Heinlein, The Notebooks of Lazarus Long   Whenever I write about Gold, the pushback is always robust. Yesterday’s column How Low Can Gold Go? was no different. As a public service, I thought I would…Read More

Category: Markets

Succinct Summation of Week’s Events 10.3.14

Succinct Summation of Week’s Events:   Positives: 1) US economy added 248k net new jobs in September; two prior months were revised up by a total of 69k. 2) Unemployment rate falls two tenths unexpectedly to 5.9%, the lowest since July ’08. Average weekly hours ticks up to 34.6, the most since May ’08. 3)…Read More

Category: Markets

MoneyBeat’s Quarterly Quota

Click for larger graphic Source: WSJ

Category: Data Analysis, Markets

Railway Shipping Reshape Crude Market

Source: WSJ

Category: Energy, Markets

Kiron Sarkar’s Weekly Report 9.27.14

The US, together with 5 Arab nations, launched air strikes against ISIS in Syria. Whilst positive that a number of Arab states are participating, this is going to be a long campaign. The Chinese finance minister, Mr Lou Jiwei, stated that growth faces downward pressure, though China will not make major policy changes to compensate….Read More

Category: Markets, Think Tank

Succinct Summation of Week’s Events 9.26.14

Succinct Summations week ending September 26th Positives: 1. New home sales came in at 504k vs expectations of 430k which was the biggest beat relative to expectations since May 2010. 2. Core durable goods rose by 0.7%, the plunge in headline orders was not unexpected. 3. China’s Shanghai Composite had a new one-year closing high…Read More

Category: Markets

The Population of the Internet


Category: Markets