Things are looking up this Thanksgiving week, as we see the 5th-consecutive weekly advance in the S&P. If it wasn’t clear before, it certainly is now that October’s dip was most certainly a bull market correction and not the beginnings of a bear cycle. 536 more words
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Another Jim Willie interview covers the usual topics of quantitative easing (QE), hyperinflation, imminent collapse of the dollar, gold demand vastly overpowering supply, and geopolitical shenanigans….
Among Worsening Economic Conditions, ECB's Draghi Indicates Further Stimulus Measures May Be In Store
Speaking at a banking conference this past Friday, ECB President Mario Draghi signaled that the central bank was prepared to expand its stimulus programs if the Eurozone’s economy continues to face low inflation. 318 more words
Last week we touched on the idea of people being driven by more than just money but by other “intrinsic motivators”. This week I wanted to take this money drive to an extreme with a simple story and highlight it as a “complex” and show how it can have the opposite effect to the logical outcome one so desires. 525 more words
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has called for new economic growth dynamism and “new growth engines”, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported late Friday night, as the nation looks to find ways to combat faltering economic growth in the world’s second-largest economy. 210 more words