Something is going on in the shipping business – and beyond – to create this gloom.
“Negative gearing” pushes overpriced housing market toward disaster.
40 million people, including the folks in Los Angeles, depend on its water.
“An absolute tour de force.”
Here are the cities and the state where investors are the new majority.
What did she know, and when?
Bubble implodes, investors who bought into the hype get crushed.
Voters don’t support that program. Hence the need for secrecy, obfuscation, and lies.
Hype mongers on Wall Street were shocked and appalled to see reality.
To heck with crummy revenues and earnings.
Disturbing references to Crisis Year 2009 crop up in Fed reports.
Potential buyers face the wall of soaring prices.
“Nobody predicted the crash” of iron ore. Ha!
A war conducted by bankers, politicians, academics, even startup guys.
Even “Second-Time Buyers” can’t afford to buy without help from mom & dad.
Amazon reports loss, stock jumps15%, market cap jumps $25 billion. Party on.
Junk bonds in “extreme overvaluation,” covenant quality drops to record low, old money getting whacked as new money pours in.
You’ll be surprised!
An ominous connect-the-dots warning hidden in the avalanche of stock buybacks.
They love their euros.
Money, Oil, Minerals & Shady Deals.
There’s mounting evidence oil might rebound. But what if the bust isn’t over yet?
And he offers an insanely good chart of the Hot Money.
Central banks have succeeded in generating a planet-wide mania.
$1.5 trillion, but… “We don’t know where all the money is going” (brief bone-chilling video with cool footage of the thing flying, landing vertically, etc.).
“Rates in many Asia export trades are in a tailspin.” And here’s why.
Follow the money!
Energy companies “biding their time in the hopes they don’t have to face the music.”
I can’t even begin to think of all the unintended consequences this will bring about.
There is an existential crisis on Wall Street, especially in equities.