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Much Worse Than Expected: Experts Shocked As New Home Sales Plunge 8.9 Percent
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Much Worse Than Expected: Experts Shocked As New Home Sales Plunge 8.9 Percent

December 1st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The U.S. economy is definitely deviating from the script, and we just got more evidence that “Housing Bubble 2” is bursting.  Experts were expecting that new home sales in the U.S. would rise in October, but instead...
Business insolvencies in Canada climb at fastest pace since 2012 amid higher borrowing costs
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Business insolvencies in Canada climb at fastest pace since 2012 amid higher borrowing costs

November 23rd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Business insolvencies in Canada climb at fastest pace since 2012 amid higher borrowing costs Higher interest rates are biting businesses that may be suffering from a decrease in consumer spending as households divert more money...
George Soros Sold Huge Amounts Of Facebook And Netflix Just Before Tech Stocks Crashed
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George Soros Sold Huge Amounts Of Facebook And Netflix Just Before Tech Stocks Crashed

November 22nd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
George Soros avoided a loss of more than 17 million dollars by dumping shares of Facebook, Netflix and Goldman Sachs just before the big crash started happening.  In other words, he made out like a bandit by selling at the...
Anatomy of the Housing Downturn in Vancouver, Canada , Sales volume in the city of Vancouver has dropped to 27-year lows for most months of the year
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Anatomy of the Housing Downturn in Vancouver, Canada , Sales volume in the city of Vancouver has dropped to 27-year lows for most months of the year

November 12th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Anatomy of the Housing Downturn in Vancouver, Canada by Wolf Richter • Nov 11, 2018 • It’s not pretty. In 2018, “each month has brought weaker than normal sales, rising inventory, and continued downward pressure on...
October Horror On Wall Street: Investors Nervously Watch To See If The S&P 500 Will Bounce Back Above Its 200-Day Moving Average
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October Horror On Wall Street: Investors Nervously Watch To See If The S&P 500 Will Bounce Back Above Its 200-Day Moving Average

October 12th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Is this going to be another October to remember for Wall Street?  As I have explained previously, the month of October has historically been the worst month by far for the U.S. stock market, and it has also been the month when...
World Economy At Risk Of Another Financial Crash, IMF Warns
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World Economy At Risk Of Another Financial Crash, IMF Warns

October 4th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Authored by Phillip Inman via The Guardian, Debt is above 2008 level and failure to reform banking system could trigger crisis… The floor of the New York stock exchange in September 2008. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP...
I remember thinking that making money isn’t supposed to be that easy….
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I remember thinking that making money isn’t supposed to be that easy….

October 2nd, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Making Money Isn’t Supposed To Be Easy Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, I remember having a conversation with a woman during the peak of the housing bubble, probably 2005… She was a psychologist based in...
Much like the laws of physics, there are certain laws of economics that remain constant no matter how much manipulation exists in the markets.
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Much like the laws of physics, there are certain laws of economics that remain constant no matter how much manipulation exists in the markets.

September 26th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
The Everything Bubble: When Will It Finally Crash?   A common misconception among people new to alternative economics is the idea that central banks only seek to keep the economy afloat, or keep it expanding forever. In...
Jim Rickards Warns: Free-Riding Investors Set Up Markets For A Major Collapse
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Jim Rickards Warns: Free-Riding Investors Set Up Markets For A Major Collapse

September 25th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Jim Rickards Warns: Free-Riding Investors Set Up Markets For A Major Collapse Authored by James Rickards via The Daily Reckoning, Free riding is one of the oldest problems in economics and in society in general. Simply put, free...
Stock Prices Are Surging Because Corporations Are Spending More Money On Stock Buybacks Than Anything Else
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Stock Prices Are Surging Because Corporations Are Spending More Money On Stock Buybacks Than Anything Else

September 21st, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Stock Prices Are Surging Because Corporations Are Spending More Money On Stock Buybacks Than Anything Else The primary reason why stock prices have been soaring in recent months is because corporations have been buying back...