After running at all time record bubble levels since September 2013, initial jobless claims may finally be signaling that the central bank driven asset bubble economy may be beginning…
Lee Adler goes behind the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda to ferret out the really important facts and show you what they mean to the market outlook. This week he shows you what real data trends tell us to…
The US is the only developed nation that doesn’t provide universal health care to its…
Lee Adler goes behind the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda to ferret out the really important facts and show you what they mean to the market outlook. Subscribers may click here to open or right click to download this…
Lindsay Williams asked me on his evening drive time radio show in South Africa how I felt about the FOMC meeting minutes.
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Lee Adler reviews a section of the January FOMC meeting minutes that nobody is paying any attention to. This section of the minutes shows clearly that the Fed is delusional. It will blow your mind.
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Today’s RFWS was absolutely outstanding. (I’m glad I actually watched this one rather than just listening while running.) When it comes to financial journalism, Lee, you remain an island of sanity in a huge sea of crap. Thanks.
Quick digest of top news relating to Russian economy:
Yellen’s understanding of U.S. trade and its effects on growth and recovery leave a lot to be desired.
Due to the holiday trading convention expected to be adopted on Friday, April 3, 2015, all reverse repurchase agreement and securities lending trades executed on Thursday, April 2 will mature on Monday, April 6.
Treasury’s Michael Stegman is proclaiming that unlike banks, Fannie and Freddie don’t need to retain capital since US taxpayers are backing them.
Once upon a time businesses borrowed long term money—-if they borrowed at all—-in order to fund plant, equipment and other long-lived productive assets.
Basic summary: volumes are up (coal), holding (uranium). But, tellingly, no discussion of oil and gas exports.