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July 29, 2019 | Crude Oil Should Breakdown to $51 Early This Week

Our Adaptive Dynamic Learning (ADL) predictive modeling system is predicting that Crude Oil will break recent support levels near $55 and move very quickly down to levels near $50 to $51 before August 2nd, 2019.  The move to near the $50 price level is likely to be a 100% measured Fibonacci price extension related to […]

July 29, 2019 | Is Inflation Inevitable?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong is there any way we can not have inflation. If so how? If not what would you say 5% or more? S ANSWER: It all depends on your definition. The type of inflation coming is more STAGFLATION where prices rise due to cost-push (shortages) but there is a declining economic growth. The […]

July 29, 2019 | Lost Equity, Poor Housing Sales = Recession

RBC says housing market is balanced

July 29, 2019 | Record Number of Vancouver Rentals Being Built

Vancouver sales better than a year ago but still slow

July 28, 2019 | Hot Gold … and Hotter Silver … Thanks to Fed, ECB

Gold is hot, and silver is hotter. And this upcoming week, they could both get hotter yet! I’ve got some eye-popping charts I’ll share in a moment. First, here’s some news you need to know. Last week, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi dropped big hints that the ECB is going to cut rates. The […]

July 28, 2019 | Is Google – not Russia – Manipulating US Elections?

  COMMENT: So Democrats and Republicans both believe that Americans are too stupid to make up their own minds about who to vote for is essentially the problem. They can be manipulated, indoctrinated, bullied and fooled. That sounds about right. They are educated but know nothing, and if they’re not educated they know even less. Isn’t […]

July 28, 2019 | No Guts

Let’s recap. So far this year (it’s the end of July) the US stock market has gained 20.7%. In seven months. Once again it’s at a record level. Since last July the advance is 9.5%, including the big (and temporary, Trump-inspired) plop of late 2018. On Bay Street the TSX had added 15.4%, is ahead […]

July 28, 2019 | (Part II) Us Stocks Seem To Be Following Our Predictions – Get Read

In the first part of this multi-part technology sector research post, we highlighted our previous research and predictive modeling result that suggest the US and global stock markets are poised for a peak/roll-over within the next 30+ days.  Our predictive modeling systems and cycle analysis tools are pointing to August 19, 2019, critical inflection date […]

July 28, 2019 | Money of the Future

As I work on my book about the future, I think a lot about the ways possible events will affect our money. But I’m also thinking about something else: What kind of money will we use? The answer might seem obvious: dollars, euros, yen, all the government-issued fiat currencies that are the economic water in […]

July 27, 2019 | Google Steered its Searches to Get Hillary Over 2.6 Million Votes in 2016 – More Interference than Russia

What is most interesting is that there have been plenty of accusations against Google backing Hillary and any attempt to manipulate their search results is precisely what is alleged that Russia used social media to try to “influence” the 2016 election. All of this finger-pointing seems to be very one-sided since Google did what the […]

July 27, 2019 | US Stocks Seem To Be Following Our Predictions – Get Ready (Part I)

As we near the important date of August 19, 2019, and we watch how the markets are reacting based on our earlier predictions, it is becoming evident that the US stock markets and global stock markets are following our predictions very well.  The fact that these markets are doing almost exactly what we predicted months […]

July 27, 2019 | Must See Charts on Falling Interest Rates!

What have I learned in the past year that genuinely surprised me? The Fed Funds futures market currently is pricing in a 73% chance of a Fed rate cut in July – and a 95.8% chance of two or more rate cuts in 2019.  This was illustrated in the July Timing Letter. Conventional wisdom is that Fed […]

July 27, 2019 | They Don’t Want Your Genes in the Pool: A Brief History of Eugenics

The ancient Egyptians worshipped the Pharaohs as progeny of the sun god, Ra. The Japanese were told that their Imperial family descended from the sun goddess, Amaterasu, and the sea god, Ryuujin. In Europe, monarchs claimed that God Himself had directly granted them a “Divine Right” to rule over their subjects. In China they called […]

July 27, 2019 | This Week in Money

July 26, 2019 | The Next Solar Cycle Begins in 2020 & May be a Panic Decline in Solar Activity

  Our computer correlates everything from economics to nature. We have been warning that the next 8.6-year wave in the Economic Confidence Model appears to be one of inflation. This should be a cost-push version, meaning not DEMAND but shortages. One of the serious correlations we see is that the next solar cycle of 11 […]

July 26, 2019 | Tax Due: IRS Sends Warning Letter to 10,000 Crypto Speculators

Hello. Pay up. That’s essentially the message the IRS is sending to those trading cryptocurrencies. If you are a HODL-er who has never taken a profit, this warning does not apply. Otherwise, please pay attention: IRS Sending Warning Letters to More Than 10,000 Cryptocurrency Holders. The Internal Revenue Service has begun sending letters to more than 10,000 cryptocurrency […]

July 26, 2019 | Tesla Results Feed Both Bulls and Bears

Tesla came up short for the second quarter, in the eyes of Wall Street analysts who forecast earnings. On other measures, the company succeeded by shipping a record number of new cars and announcing the highest amount of quarterly free cash flow in its history. Bears, usually short sellers, are very vocal on social media, […]

July 26, 2019 | Uranium: When Price and Value Diverge, There Is Opportunity

When the price of pet rocks crashed in 1976, that didn’t make them a bargain. When the share price of my favorite silver stock dropped 50% over the last year, with no serious bad news from the company, that was a bargain. After this month’s rebound, I’m up 10% over my average cost. I still […]

July 26, 2019 | More Stress

Four of the six Big Banks have now chopped their posted 5-year fixed mortgage rates. That leaves TD and CIBC as the outliers, with everybody else moving to 5.19%. Of course that’s not the rate you actually borrow at. All of these guys will happily load you up with debt at less than 3% for […]

July 26, 2019 | US Fed Wants to Cut Rates, Boost Inflation

Data suggests rate cuts not needed

July 26, 2019 | American Manganese CEO Discusses Action in the Market This Week

Perception has turned positive for Recycling. Read the Latest News. Read HiTech News Daily Article – “Electric Vehicle Battery Recycling Market Projected to Escalate at a CAGR of 41.8% by 2025: Growth Drivers and Trends“. Read Article – “Cobalt, Nickel, Other Battery Metals Face Supply Crunch by 2020s — Report“. Read Reuters Article – […]

July 25, 2019 | Climate Change is about Overthrowing Capitalism

The Extinction Rebellion, formed in 2018, appears to be an extreme anarchist group that is using climate as an excuse to overthrow governments. Climate change has become a movement that advocates a hostile takeover of the world economy to end capitalism. This movement of climate protestors in Britain known as the Extinction Rebellion has a […]

July 25, 2019 | The Future is Coming. Prepare for the Greatest Depression

KINGSTON, NY, 25 JULY 2019—As our subscribers well know from the Trends Journal, our Trend Alerts and Trends in the News broadcasts, global forecaster Gerald Celente was the first one to call the “Trump Rally” two weeks after his election in November 2016. Some two years later, the day before the S&P hit an all-time high, on 19 September 2018, […]

July 25, 2019 | Top 10 Countries by Exports 1970 to 2017

This clip offers a useful glimpse of the ebb and flow of global exports and economies over the last 46 years. It also gives a sense of who has most to lose during trade wars and a period fixated on deglobalization. When exports retrace, the relative income of households within each country becomes even more […]

July 25, 2019 | Is Cool Enough?

Ten years ago nobody normal owned an electric car. Last year, the EV revolution hit Canada hard. Sales grew 125%. The number of electrics increased 90% over the previous year, essentially doubling. By the end of 2018 there were more than 93,000 of them whirring and clicking along. So far this year, it’s continued. Now […]

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