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    Trade Deficit Terror

    The prevailing logic is that trade deficits are bad for America’s balance of payments and therefore bad for the economy and stocks. But…

     
  • Can Negative Interest Rates Save the Economy?

    Can Negative Interest Rates Save the Economy?

    Recently, yields on 1-month and 3-month Treasury bills dipped below zero on their own, without formal action by the Fed.

     
  • Your Best Bear Market Business Opportunities

    Your Best Bear Market Business Opportunities

    Your portfolio might be ready for the bear market, but what about your business and career? Get actionable insights that can help you prepare for a bear-market business environment in the special webinar, “Your Best Bear Market Business Opportunities.”

     
  • Recession? What Recession?

    Recession? What Recession?

    15 CEOs and major movers-and-shakers in London recently assessed the odds of a recession in 2020.

     
  • Recession? What Recession?

    Recession? What Recession?

    On November 12, Yahoo! Finance said the recession worries that gripped Wall Street over the summer “have all but vanished.”

     
  • An Era of Good Feelings

    An Era of Good Feelings

    Consumers are optimistic, and if the current economic expansion continues into next month, it will become the longest on record.

     
  • Buyers or Sellers: Whose Market Is It?

    Buyers or Sellers: Whose Market Is It?

    Is the housing market going up or down? Experts will be glad to answer that question. But the market is not regulated by current trends.

     
  • Due Process, Towed Away

    Due Process, Towed Away

    Forbes magazine said that Venezuela’s Caracas Stock Market Index was “2018’s worst stock market performer in dollar terms, suffering a collapse of 94%.”

     
  • Are Markets Only Temporarily Irrational? (No.)

    Are Markets Only Temporarily Irrational? (No.)

    Volatile swings in stocks have people pointing fingers. Is it the Fed, partisan politics – or, simply irrational fears, as many pundits say?

     
  • Socionomic Causality and The News: Tales from The Tape

    Socionomic Causality and The News: Tales from The Tape

    The news doesn’t drive the market.