The surprising numbers!
Teetering on the brink of utter economic collapse.
My interview on “Stocks and Jocks.”
Their bone-chilling chart.
Volatile and ugly.
The potential to unleash the “third phase” of the Global Financial Crisis.
But the Fed is steadfastly blind to bubbles & their consequences.
“A few people here, a few people there. But it all adds up.”
A recipe for a debt crisis.
“Overall shipment volumes are persistently weak.”
Economic “recovery,” but not for the “Invisible Americans.”
The Italian Dilemma.
When will the Home Price Bubble blow up?
If the broader ramifications weren’t so serious!
The pain will continue, with many more false-hope ups followed by brutal smack-downs, and more carriers cracking under their debt.
With a stagnating economy, even supposedly good debt on banks’ books may end up putrefying.
Erode that confidence, and you have a crisis on your hands.
I’m in the thick of it, trying furiously and ineffectually to stem the tide.
For profitable, well-capitalized banks not teetering on the brink, big fines are a slap on the wrist. But these three conditions don’t apply to Deutsche Bank.
Check the bills in your mailbox. Happening now in Chicago.
Fleeced Mexican investors left railing against big banks and hedge funds.
If soothsayers want to know why men are frustrated, and more than frustrated, they can just look at the chart.
Cross Asset Contagion & High Volatility in Manipulated Markets.
But we’re not prepared.
Part of the “unfortunate new normal.”
Angling for the job of Treasury Secretary in the Clinton administration?
House price declines have caused uproars in China, which is exactly what authorities fear more than anything. But they also fear bubbles, having seen how they implode – and cause uproars.
Bubbles are not black swan events. They’re, in fact, highly predictable.
It is about protecting its own racket.
The Fed hawks don’t matter. The doves do!