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May 31, 2022 | The Joys of Gun Control

“Hitler, Mussolini, Stalin, Mao, Idi Amin, Castro, Pol Pot… All these monsters began by confiscating private arms, then literally soaking the earth with the blood of tens & tens of millions of their people. Ahh. The joys of gun control.” Justin Trudeau will join the list of dictators who forbid citizens from self-protection. “It will […]

May 31, 2022 | Swimming with the Tide

    Have you ever watched sea turtles swim to and from the beach? These magnificent creatures are always swimming with the tide – and never against it. Real estate investors might want to consider taking the same approach. You don’t have to be invested in real estate all the time. Instead, Try only Swimming […]

May 31, 2022 | Appraisers are Skittish

More monetary tightening is heading our way this week with the Bank of Canada fully expected to hike interest rates another 50bps on Wednesday. Assuming they do indeed hike rates by 50bps on Wednesday, Markets are still pricing in another 125bps of tightening by the end of the year. Of course, much of this depends […]

May 31, 2022 | The Most Splendid Housing Bubbles in America, May Update: Mania at the Eve of Holy-Moly Mortgage Rates

The home price data released today by the S&P CoreLogic Home Price Index represents the three-month average of closed home sales that were entered into public records in January, February, and March, reflecting deals that were agreed to a few weeks earlier, roughly in December, January, and February, funded with mortgages that were pre-approved before […]

May 30, 2022 | Gold v Dow v Theories

COMMENT: I just wanted to comment on your “Endless Propaganda Behind the Dollar.” I attended your 2011 WEC in Philadelphia. I bought the stock market using the Dow stocks when it was 12,500. Gold was about 1600 and your forecast that the high was in place was amazingly correct as it fell to nearly 1000 after […]

May 29, 2022 | 2000 Mules

“2000 Mules” is the new documentary everyone has been discussing. Its current audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is 100%, and interest in the film continues to rise. There is video evidence of voter fraud surrounding the mail-in ballots during the 2020 US Presidential Election. Did Joe Biden actually secure more votes than any president in […]

May 29, 2022 | A Bear Market Prospectus

As the bear market runs its course in the months and years ahead, it will be punctuated by sharp and sometimes spectacular rallies to convince investors the worst is over. That is how Mr. Market will trap most of them into sticking with stocks until the bitter end. For only when the last bull has […]

May 29, 2022 | Rock and a Hard Place

Two weeks after SIC ended, I’m beginning to assimilate everything. Different pieces are connecting in my head. I’d like to tell you I have a vision for uninterrupted peace and prosperity. Sadly, that’s not the case. Good things are coming, but not just yet. For now, we are stuck in an awkward interregnum. It looks […]

May 28, 2022 | Trading Desk Notes For May 28, 2022

S+P futures: biggest weekly rally since April 2020, after falling for seven consecutive weeks S+P futures rallied 10% from last Friday’s lows to this Friday’s close, DJIA futures were up 8% (2,650 points), NAZ 100 futures rallied 11%, and Russell small-cap futures rose 10%. TSE futures were up 4%. At last Friday’s lows, S+P futures […]

May 28, 2022 | This Week in Money

May 27, 2022 | The Incredible Transition

According to politicians around the world, the Great Unwashed plebians should be grateful for the energy crisis. President Joe Biden recently declared that America is undergoing an “incredible transition” and we must suffer in order to reap the benefits. “Here’s the situation. And when it comes to the gas prices, we’re going through an incredible transition that […]

May 27, 2022 | Central Bankers Take on the Housing Bubble

Central bankers are in a tough spot. They would like to curb inflation, but they know that raising interest rates quickly could trigger a recession. In the 1970s central bankers lost the battle with inflation for many years, and eventually they were forced to raise interest rates as high as 20 percent. Can central bankers […]

May 27, 2022 | Tighter Financial Conditions Enforcing Some Much Need Realism

Honesty and discipline tend to rise and fall with the ease of financial conditions. The last decade has been counter-productive and wasteful in so many ways.  Thank goodness we are back in a sobering-up phase.   For some lucid insight read Delivery Apps ignored business basics to super-charge growth–and now they’re facing layoffs, stock crashes and […]

May 27, 2022 | VSE Vignette

The old Vancouver Stock Exchange started in 1907 and has been the focus of Western Canada’s speculative financial market. It generated a lot of “stories” as well as some important mines, that otherwise might not have been discovered. While the trading floor is long gone, some of the characters that floated around Vancouver’s financial center […]

May 27, 2022 | American Manganese CEO Discusses How NDAs Relate to Invitations from the Funds and Interested Joint Venture Partners

Presenting at invitation only events. Read the Latest News. Read Top News Guide Article – “Breakthrough Innovation Companies to Watch 2022: AMYZF, GTCH, MMMW, GEGR“. See AMY Lithium-ion Recycling Technology – Updated Dec. 2021.   Watch AMY’s Video – “Our Revolutionary Lithium-ion Battery Recycling Technology”. Questions?  Email Larry or Phone: 778.574.4444

May 26, 2022 | Imagine the Compliance – Microchips are Coming

  The self-proclaimed elites have gathered in Switzerland at the World Economic Forum (WEF). One of the newest ideas is a microchip in pill form. No, this is not a conspiracy theory. The president of Pfizer spoke publicly about a pill that would dissolve in the stomach and send an immediate signal to all storing […]

May 26, 2022 | Grim Home Affordability Finally Starting to Dent Buyer Demand

Sales of new US homes plummeted last month to the slowest rate since April 2020 as buyer ability shrank under the weight of inflated home prices, higher rates, food and fuel.  See Business Insider: New Home Sales just plunged to pandemic era lows.   At the same time, the unsold inventory of new homes suddenly doubled […]

May 26, 2022 | Is Inflation Showing Signs of Slowing?

Do Central Banks have the guts to tackle inflation?

May 25, 2022 | China’s Economic Meltdown Spreading

Crude prices paving the way to recession

May 25, 2022 | Crypto Crash: Suicide of the Ignorant Led by the Reckless

In October 2017, Bitcoin rose to $19,376 before plunging to $3200 by December 2018 and trading below $5300 to March 2020.  Then, pandemic lockdowns, government subsidies and payment deferrals enabled financial speculation as an international obsession. As shown below, the price of Bitcoin exploded to $67,000 by last November as a world of cling-on companies, […]

May 25, 2022 | The Ukrainian Solution: Money, Weapons, and Embargo

The Kremlin has made it known that they will not evacuate troops from Ukraine until their victory is declared. “We are sure that everything will be fine, and we are sure that we will win, we will achieve all the goals,” spokesman Dmitry Peskov said. Russia has already downgraded “unfriendly states” to “hostile states” as […]

May 25, 2022 | American Freakshow

“When you’re born you get a ticket to the freak show. When you’re born in America, you get a front row seat.” – George Carlin When we saw the forecast for this past weekend on Wednesday, we quickly booked a room for Friday and Saturday nights in Wildwood. Even though we are headed back down […]

May 24, 2022 | Interest Rates & The Chaos Ahead

QUESTION: Marty, Your forecast for the Panic Cycle here in Australian politics was correct and it beat all the polls as you did in BREXIT. Our new leader is a full-on board with the WEF climate agenda and will have all cars electric by 2030. As you say, in war you take out the power […]

May 24, 2022 | Money Illusion

                         By pumping up the money supply and forcing interest rates to record lows, artificially inflated U.S. asset prices are like a circus mirror …                  … people are tricked into believing they are wealthier than they really are.  

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