The national news cycle has careened from one extraordinary and alarming story to the next. The brewing crisis in banks remains front and center.
Well, based upon history and the analysis legacy left to us by Ralph Nelson Elliott, I think it is a strong probability that we will see a long-term bear market in the United States.
The worst geopolitical / socioeconomic crisis in history, if not reversed. The pandemic lockdowns caused irreparable harm to the economy. Is the domestic economy facing..
It’s a no-win scenario, as I’ve always said the end of the Everything Bubble would be, but you are better off seeing what is coming than running blindfolded or being guided by the blind like the Fed.
What has been termed a banking crisis is actually a liquidity crisis; and the loss of liquidity translates to a DEMAND for money.
When silver catches up with gold, look-out above! When sellers run out of physical supply, the PMs will soar. Most major pension funds, deep pocketed investors, have less than..
In just the last week we’ve seen the second- and third-largest bank failures in US history: Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank. Several others look shaky.
In this special GoldSeek Radio episode for mid-March, gold held firm as investors fled the financial sector...
The Fed and U.S. Treasury have made to decision to back-stop depositors at U.S. banks – a liability that could potentially hit $2 trillion. More interestingly, there must be...
The tide is turning towards mitigating the damage of the steep rise in interest rates, but will it turn fast enough and when it does, just how close to capsizing will we be?