Central Bank Below we look at the Bank of Japan, the Fed, global central bank tightening, rising yields, currency hedging, and bond market sell-offs. France to Japan Sitting today in the warm sunshine of France, it may seem otherwise odd... Read more »
Below, we look at stocks, bonds, central banks, and the inevitable bursting of the market bubbles in which we currently bathe. Drinking Wine Oh, we do live in interesting times… I was chatting with an Australian vineyard owner the... Read more »
The Gold Market Below we look at blunt reality, market elites and a common-sense case for the gold market . Blunt Is Good The years do teach things the days don’t always notice. The more I navigate among this great,... Read more »
Debt Bubble Driven Fun Like College Kids with Credit Cards Below I take a loonnngggg look at…well, just about everything…bonds, bankers and bombast. As the Debt Piles Up, Rates have No Where to Go but Up, and Thus Markets No... Read more »
Why a Deficit Matters —A Debt Storm Brewing? Below, we look at deficits, why they matter, and what they portend. Debt is Boring Ahhh debt and deficits. What a boring topic, no? And yet we at Signals Matter keep boring... Read more »
Below, we look at the US debt, the Fed, the bloated bond bubble, our debt ceiling, inflation, real estate, interest rates and what may lie ahead for bears and bulls alike at Signals Matter. Things Feel Good, No? Despite record... Read more »
Market Graphs Warning, This Blog Contains Graphic Scenes of Market Violence Below, we look at recent market graphs on debt, sideline cash, Fed stimulus, the VIX and the bond market. Sometimes a picture speaks a thousand words, and the market... Read more »
Bond Risk Bond markets and bond risk are far more relevant today than worrying about politics, tax reform, the next Fed-Chair or even a rising stock market. Below, we explain why. Tax Reform: The Boring Stuff First Tax reform... Read more »
Negative Yields: The Cruelest Month T.S. Elliot described April as the cruelest month, but if one slides from poetry to history and negative yields, September has its own say in the matter. Historically, September has been unkind to equity investors,... Read more »
Another Recap In Parts I-III of this blog primer in US markets, we’ve tracked how easy money from an errant central bank and mostly poor economic leadership (from FDR and Nixon to Greenspan and Bernanke), has led to drunken investor... Read more »
Worst Market Crash in U.S. History Has Begun
Important message from Matt Piepenburg, Founder of Critical Signals Report.
I cut my teeth as a hedge-fund manager in the dot.com bubble of 1999-2000.
I made more than ten million dollars...
And I was fortunate enough to see the writing on the wall. I got out before the bubble burst.
I learned my lesson, and saw the 2008 Financial Crisis coming a mile away.
But what I'm seeing right now is worse than anything I've ever seen.
The next market crisis has already begun.
This one will make the dot.com bubble look like child's play.
It will not have a quick recovery.
And it could cost you everything.
Let me be blunt: Prepare now or risk losing everything. Because time is running out.