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Bob Hoye: Precious Metals Bitcoin & Central Bankers

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Posted by Bob Hoye - Institutional Advisors Host Chris G. Waltzek Ph.D. Host Chris G. Waltzek Ph.D.

on Friday, 15 September 2017 06:34

Screen Shot 2017-09-15 at 6.54.13 AMHighlights

 

  • Reeling from Tropical Storm Irma, Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors rejoins the show with an in impromptu discussion.
  • Bob Hoye reviews the PMs sector including gold, silver and shares, noting his expectations for increased demand for gold / silver late this year or early 2018.
  • The technical outlook for Bitcoin and related cryptocurrencies - cryptos have joined virtually all financial markets in a speculative financial bubble.
  • The universal mantra of central bankers, that credit expansion equals economic prosperity will end poorly for all but the elite. 
  • Inflation was absorbed by residential house prices and financial assets, in particular share prices. 

 

Reeling from Tropical Storm Irma, Bob Hoye of Institutional Advisors rejoins the show with an in impromptu discussion via only power from a rusty gas-powered generator. Bob Hoye reviews the PMs sector including gold, silver and shares, noting his expectations for increased demand for gold / silver late this year or early 2018, mostly in non-US dollar currencies. The technical position of Bitcoin and related cryptocurrencies - cryptos have joined virtually all financial markets in a speculative financial bubble of epic proportions. The universal mantra of central bankers, that credit expansion equals economic prosperitywill end poorly for all but the elite. The inflation was absorbed by residential house prices and financial assets, in particular share prices.

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The Donald” Keeps the Fake Money Flowing

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Posted by Bill Bonner - Diary of a Rogue Economistist

on Wednesday, 13 September 2017 12:44

170302toonAnd “The Donald” said: “Open the floodgates!”

And the floodgates opened.

Less than 48 hours after Congress approved his debt ceiling suspension, more than $300 billion had flooded in.

That is the amount by which the U.S. national debt increased on Friday, September 8. By $317 billion, to be exact.

And “The Donald” said:

“It’s good.”

Tide of Debt

And it is good, but only if you are a zombie or a crony or a Deep State grifter.

The rest of us better get out our high waders and pool floats. This flood is going to drench us all.

“Deficits don’t matter,” said Dick Cheney.

Since the Reagan era, Republicans as well as Democrats have been ready to borrow money. But never, ever, did they borrow so much so fast as they did on Friday.

The feds needed cash… and they needed it fast.

So the floodgates opened. And now they are wide open… with no plausible way to close them.

The president and Congress are ready to borrow as though there were no tomorrow.

In comes a tide of debt, splashing over the sandbags put up by the old conservatives, sloshing through our banks and financial institutions, and coming to rest in the fetid waters of The Swamp.

Deficits DO Matter



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Positive Expectations As Investors' Sentiment Improves

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Posted by Paul Rejczak - Sunshine Profits

on Monday, 11 September 2017 06:48

Briefly:

Intraday trade: Our Friday's neutral intraday outlook has proved accurate. The S&P 500 index continued to fluctuate within its week-long trading range. The broad stock market is likely to open much higher today following futures contract rally after an overnight gap-up opening. We can see some short-term technical overbought conditions. Therefore, intraday short position is favored. Stop-loss is at the level of 2,490, close to early August record high. Potential profit target is at 2,455 (S&P 500 index).

Our intraday outlook is now bearish, and our short-term outlook is bearish, as we expect downward correction. Our medium-term outlook remains bearish:

Intraday outlook (next 24 hours): bearish
Short-term outlook (next 1-2 weeks): bearish
Medium-term outlook (next 1-3 months): bearish

The main U.S. stock market indexes were mixed between -0.6% and +0.1% on Friday, extending their short-term fluctuations, as investors reacted to economic data announcements, news concerning hurricane 'Irma', among others. The S&P 500 index continues to trade around 1% below the August 8 all-time high of 2,490.87. The Dow Jones Industrial Average extended its fluctuations along the level of 21,800, and the technology Nasdaq Composite index lost 0.6%, as it fell below the level of 6,400. The nearest important level of resistance of the S&P 500 index remains at around 2,470-2,475, marked by last Tuesday's daily gap down of 2,471.97-2,473.85. The next resistance level is at 2,480-2,490, marked by recent local high and the above-mentioned August record high. On the other hand, support level is at around 2,445, marked by last Tuesday's daily low. The next level of support is at around 2.430-2,435, marked by the daily gap up of 2,430.58-2,433.67 and previous local low. The broad stock market continues to trade within an over-month-long consolidation following November-July uptrend. Will it continue higher? Or is this some medium-term topping pattern before downward reversal?

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Very Positive Expectations



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The 3 Most Popular Articles Of The Week

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Posted by Money Talks Editor

on Saturday, 09 September 2017 07:18

db8a19dc01130c5bb1558b73de89e6a71. US Oil Imports Drop Off a Cliff

   by Michael Campbell

This Weeks Shocking Stat - US Oil imports have collapsed from 60% to a just reported 22%. Tough on Canada, that relies so heavily on US Oil Exports! 

...read more HERE

2. The Coming Run on Banks and Pensions

 by Dave Kranzler

“There are folks that are saying you know what, I don’t care, I’m going to lock in my retirement now and get out while I can and fight it as a retiree if they go and change the retiree benefits,” he said.  – Executive Director for the Kentucky Association of State Employees,  Proposed Pension Changes Bring Fears Of State Worker Exodus

....continue HERE

3. Gold: Book Profits Now

 by Stewart Thomson

Gold has staged a fabulous rally from about $1220 to $1245.  Using the December futures price chart, I’ve defined the $1300 - $1350 area as a spectacular profit booking opportunity for investors.

....read it all HERE



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Copper, Oil, Gold & US Stocks: BIG PICTURE STATUS

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Posted by NFTRH

on Friday, 08 September 2017 06:47

Sometimes I like to trot these lumbering monthlies out so we can quiet everything down and see where various markets are slowly heading.

First of all, as I go down with my ‘strengthening US dollar’ ship*, I also mal-projected copper’s upside. I’d felt that $3/lb. would cap Doctor Copper because it is very clear lateral resistance at a handy 38% Fib retrace.**

copper

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