Stagflation?

If the US facing stagflation?  Or, maybe it’s already there.  Like artificially low interest rates and all-time highs in the stock market, the official economic data isn’t exactly alarming.  But, where’s the growth?  Where’s the spending?  Maybe, just maybe, the official data doesn’t paint a very accurate picture. It doesn’t take an economist to see … continue reading →

Striking Distance

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How Broken is the Market?

Yesterday, VIX experienced its 4th biggest drop ever, plunging 25.9% from Friday’s close even though France’s election delivered the very same results that just about everyone expected. It has dropped even more this morning, and is now off 33.3% from Friday’s highs — despite the fact that there’s the potential for war on the Korean … continue reading →