Blog Posts - Central Banks



Jim Rogers: Some Currencies, Real Assets Could Shine When Coming Bust Arrives

Enough about Chicago already. Let’s talk money. Last time I blogged about well-known investor, author, and financial commentator Jim Rogers, he shared this warning regarding the ocean of liquidity that’s been created by unprecedented money printi...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jul 15, 2014

Guess Who Is Pushing the Stock Market Higher Now

When I look at the stock market, I ask who in their right mind would buy stocks? While key stock market indices creep higher, the fundamentals suggest the complete opposite. But despite valuations being stretched, insiders selling, corporate revenue...

Increasing the value of the American Dollar, could this be the solution

June 4, 2014 Understanding how this all works, is absolutely mind hypothesis at its best; just not making any logical financial sense. So why did President Nixon, back in 1971 destroyed the biggest... This blog has a lot of information regarding so...
by JFBMarketing at APSense on Jun 5, 2014

podemos ‘earthquake’ – (en)

The Podemos ‘earthquake’ could spell real reform in Spain. The focus in last week’s European elections was on the seismic waves of the distinct currents of Euro-populism and reaction that “earthquaked” to the top of the polls in France, Br...
by Damantigui on May 30, 2014

podemos ‘earthquake’ – (en)

The Podemos ‘earthquake’ could spell real reform in Spain. The focus in last week’s European elections was on the seismic waves of the distinct currents of Euro-populism and reaction that “earthquaked” to the top of the polls in France, Br...
by Damantigui on May 30, 2014

Jim Rogers: ‘We’re All Going To Pay A Terrible Price’ When ‘Artificial Ocean Of Liquidity’ Ends

Tonight, I want to talk about well-known investor, author, and financial commentator Jim Rogers. The former investing partner of George Soros- who I recently heard is worth approximately $300 million (Soros $23 billion)- recently shared his thoughts...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 30, 2014

Sino-Russian Natural Gas Deal Blow To U.S. Dollar Supremacy?

“The Obama administration is playing down an increasingly warm relationship between its main global rivals, China and Russia, that it may have inadvertently encouraged. U.S. officials maintain there is nothing to fear from the growing alliance betw...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 26, 2014

Marc Faber: ‘I Will Never Sell My Gold And I Buy Every Month’

More recently, Swiss-born investor advisor/fund manager Marc Faber has been making headlines about his thoughts on equities. So I’ve been curious to hear what the publisher of the monthly investment newsletter The Gloom Boom & Doom Report has...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 23, 2014

Richard Russell Warns ‘In A Matter Of Months, I See The Dollar Crashing’

Speaking of high-profile supporters of gold, how many readers have heard of Richard Russell? I had this to say about Mr. Russell of Dow Theory Letters-fame back on September 21, 2011: Russell gained wide recognition from a series of over thirty Dow T...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 25, 2014

Hotspots around the world! (Map)

This article contains a map of the world that points out the uncertainty that is present country by country.Whether it's elections coming up in emerging markets, the Russian action in Ukraine or continued economic uncertainty this map provides a grea...
by The Political Commentator on Apr 15, 2014

BIS: Global Debt Markets Grow To Estimated $100 Trillion In 2013, Up From $70 Trillion In 2007

Last night, I read about global debt markets hitting the $100 trillion-mark. One word came to my mind at that moment: Unsustainable. Branimir Gruić and Andreas Schrimpf wrote “Cross-border investments in global debt markets since the crisis” in...
by Survival And Prosperity on Mar 12, 2014

Currencies and Events in Ukraine.

For the past few days, global news have been dominated by events in Ukraine. So far, financial markets responded in a muted way, but that could change following escalation in tensions over the weekend. The most likely markets to become volatile are t...
by FX Madness on Mar 2, 2014

Key Week for the Yen.

During previous couple of months, I had several trades in the GBP-JPY, all of them on the short side. Since then, all of the yen pairs rebounded substantially, although still staying within longer-term consolidation visible on daily charts. It remain...
by FX Madness on Feb 16, 2014

The FED could follow the BoE.

As expected, the Bank of England Inflation Report created a stir on the markets, or more to the point, in the British Pound. The central bank changed its forward guidance, expecting inflation to slow to 1.7% in the 2015. Clearly, in spite of massive...
by FX Madness on Feb 12, 2014

The Pound and Inflation.

The policy meeting of the Bank of England did little for the Pound last week. Perhaps markets simply shrugged off the lack of action from the BoE or the focus was on the Euro. In the next few days, however, the GBP will have the attention to itself,...
by FX Madness on Feb 9, 2014

Are Central Banks Losing Relevance?

‘At the same time, with resources sector investment spending set to decline significantly, considerable structural change occurring and lingering uncertainty in some areas of the business community, near-term prospects for business investment remai...
by Asxnewbie on Feb 6, 2014

Will the AUD Rally Now?

The European Central Bank and the Bank of England hold their policy meetings today. Media are full of tedious speculation about what to expect, but in the end, the only thing that matters is response of the markets. Since I do not place trades before...
by FX Madness on Feb 5, 2014

Volatility Will Continue.

Currencies have been active so far in 2014 and this is likely to continue to start the month of February. Sever fundamental events of primary importance are on the calendar in the next week affecting virtually all of the majors. Most analysts focus o...
by FX Madness on Feb 2, 2014

The Fiat Currency has the Potential to Collapse in 2014

January 29, 2014 Been a very busy day today, watching and listening to so many factors that all have a very similar result, the fiat currency is about too collapse. Banks now want to charge a... This blog has a lot of information regarding social m...
by JFBMarketing at APSense on Jan 29, 2014

More than One Central Bank Meets Today.

Wednesday should be a very interesting day for currencies. Obviously, everybody will be watching the FED and how markets respond to its announcement. No doubt, this is the event of the day. However, another central bank also holds its policy meeting...
by FX Madness on Jan 28, 2014


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