Posts tagged with: Stock Market

The Federal Reserve is creating a massive amount of money out of thin air and injecting it into the economy....
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The stock market had another big day today, spurred by the Fed’s massive recent liquidity injections....
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In what is being called the worst financial crisis since 1929, the US stock market has lost a third of its value in the space of a month, wiping out all of its gains of the last three years. When the Federal...
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As the carnage continues with stocks now ignoring anything the Fed throws at them — and the Fed has pretty well thrown everything it has used in the past and is now moving into bailout mode — where is the...
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A long list of companies ranging from cruise ship operators to retail chains to airlines to restaurants are on life support. Many others (we’re looking at you, IBM) have spent billions buying back their own stock with borrowed money and now,...
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We are literally witnessing history in the making.  For the third time in the last six trading sessions, we have witnessed the largest single day point crash in stock market history.  Let that sink in for a moment. ...
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In the classic Giuseppe Verdi opera, La Traviata, a dying Violetta suddenly proclaims to the world that her pain and discomfort have left her body. The euphoria is magnificent, but the anguish returns within moments, and she dies....
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Stock markets have been getting hammered, ostensibly because of the economic impacts of the coronavirus. Peter Schiff has been saying this isn’t really about the virus. It was the pin that pricked the bubble. If it wasn’t coronavirus, it would have...
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Over the course of the last few hours, we have been moving back and forth between being aghast at the market carnage, and all it might imply, and feeling agonizingly anxious about missing out on the rebound sure to be coming....
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The good news first: We learn by the United States Labor Department this morning that the economy took on 273,000 jobs last month. Consensus estimates came it at 175,000. Unemployment slipped from 3.6% to 3.5%… equaling a 50-year low. Meantime,...
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