Daily Archives

2017 11 22

05:00The Political Crisis in Germany Changes the Game
Government Didn’t Save Us From Apple’s iPhone “Monopoly”
Do The Russians Have The Key To Solve America’s Opioid Crisis?
07:00Secret Code Is Recording Every Keystroke You Make On More Than 400 Of The Most Popular Websites On The Internet
Slaughterbots — Meh
All The Old World Systems Are Being Deliberately Torn Down
Michael Pettis: China’s Growth Miracle Has Run Out Of Steam
09:00Stan Druckenmiller Sells Greenwich Mansion For 20% Below Asking
Blain: “Stop Worrying About The Yield Curve, Something Much Worse Is Around The Corner”
Asian Stocks Smash Records; Dollar Slides As Crude Surges To July 2015 Highs
VXX Sends an Awesome Message from Another Galaxy
11:00Unsealed Fusion GPS Bank Records Reveal $523K Payment From Russian Money Launderer
Could Italy's Banking Crisis Drag Down Mario Draghi?
FCC / Net Neutrality – Go Read It Again
Biggest Bubble Ever? 2017 Recapped In 15 Bullet Points
13:00FOMC Signals Dovish Inflation Concerns, Warns “Sharp Reversal” In Markets Could Damage Economy
Budget Preview: Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Impossible Task To “Square The UK’s Circle”
Last Time Housing, This Time Bonds
The Global Domination of Big Tech
15:00“Very Close To Irrational Exuberance”: Asian Equities Break Above All-Time High As Hang Seng Clears 30,000
Trusting the Fed: Will the White Knight Save the Day?
Pound Slides, Then Rebounds, After Hammond Reveals Sharp Cuts To UK GDP Forecast
Bi-Weekly Economic Review: A Whirlwind of Data
Core Capital Goods Orders Plunge Most In 13 Months
17:00Baby Boomers Will Suck Massive Amounts of Capital From the Market, Says Demographic Expert
UMich Consumer Confidence Slides In November As Faith In Stocks Falters
WTI/RBOB Slide After Smaller Than Expected Crude Draw, New Record High Production
19:00Positive Feedback Loops, Financial Instability, & The Blind Spot Of Policymakers
Bahamas Prime Minister Blames US Cable News For Collapse Of Journalism
21:00Dollar Dives To 6-Week Lows As Fed Fears Market ‘Partying Like Its 1999’
11 Charts Exposing The Madness Of The Stock Market Crowd
Puerto Rico Defaulted 8% Bond Slumps To $24, Yield Rises To 32.878% (Population and Home Prices Continue To Decline)