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BIG PICTURE — An increasingly inflationary melt-up continues

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(From Wed., Jan. 10, 2018)  "Perma-bears" who incredibly still are predicting an imminent collapse in stocks, real estate, gold and more continue to have egg on their faces.  Yes, like stopped watches, they will eventually be right; but as I explain in my greatest detail in a while in the…

ECUADOR LECTURE — From the latest Chicago Resource Expo

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Wrapping up the afternoon presentations before our dinner and subsequent panel discussion, Yours truly gave a 15-minute overview of the biggest country story in the world where mining is concerned:  ECUADOR.

PANEL DISCUSSION — From the latest Chicago Resource Expo!

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Below is the FULL video of our wide-ranging panel discussion from this year's Chicago Resource Expo. Apart from the individual company presentations and other meetings, this evening free-for-all is always fun and informative - I know you'll agree!    

About that Clinton / Uranium One scandal. . .

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I for one find it MOST gratifying that the Hildabeast has recently been hoist on her very own "The Russians Are Coming!" petard. But that said, much of what you have heard about that Uranium One scandal involving the Clintons is an exaggeration. Still, a silver lining could be emerging;…

New Orleans Recap — And what I have my eye on now

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From October, 31, 2017 -- In this multi-faceted commentary, Chris covers a variety of subjects on the markets and asset classes. Oct. 31, 2017 -- New Orleans recap; and what I have my eye on now_  

The Fed ramps up its game of Monetary Jenga — What are the Market Implications?

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(Posted Thursday morning -- Sept. 21, 2017) Yesterday afternoon, the Federal Reserve --as was widely expected -- announced that it would begin unwinding its bloated, $4.5 TRILLION balance sheet.  Further -- as I had been warning -- the F.O.M.C. gave a bit of a comeuppance to those who had been…

Have We REALLY Started a New Metals Supercycle?

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Breakouts especially in the price of "Dr. Copper" of late have some investors giddy over a new "super cycle" for base metals.  To be sure, there are factors recently that have caused copper, zinc and other metals to surge. But is this going to give us the "easy pickings" of…

An Infrastructure Bill’s importance to “The Game”

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(Posted August 16) -- This week President Trump announced some unilateral measures he was taking on the regulatory/administrative front to try and remove some of the road blocks to speedier approvals for infrastructure spending projects. This is intended to precede a coming legislative measure--one of Trump's key policy initiatives--that would…

The Ominous Message From “Two-Face” Yellen

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(Posted June 15, 2017)  At yesterday's F.O.M.C. get-together, we got something decidedly different from just the latest (and possibly last) "dovish rate hike" most of us were expecting. Indeed, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen seemed to be channeling that old Batman villain "Two Face" in so starkly presenting in greater measure…

Back to the 1970’s. . .In More Ways Than One?

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(Posted May 12, 2017) -- For some time I've suggested that we'll be moving inexorably toward a "Stagflation Lite" type of environment where--among other things--REAL assets again outperform now-overvalued financial assets for a host of reasons.  This week we've received more news in the form of "hot" producer price inflation…

Trump’s Neo-Mercantilism is NOT Populism!

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(Posted February 1, 2017) -- FINALLY, in a Financial Times piece this morning, I saw the broad economic trade/policy provisions of President Trump correctly identified.  Whereas elsewhere this major newspaper (and most of the rest of the media) have INCORRECTLY described as "populist" what Trump is pushing, he is instead…

WEBINAR REPLAY: Ecuador trip recap and opportunities, AND Election Implications

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For those who were unable to tune in -- but also if you like re-runs!! -- here is a recording of the webinar Cory Fleck of the Korelin Economics Report and I did on Tuesday evening October 18. Go to:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=btTDj59CEUw&feature=youtu.be In the first half I discussed my recent Ecuador…

The Sarepta saga continues. . .

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Generally, I do not make known to anyone other than paid Members the specific ETF's and stocks I recommend; at least until well after they have first had a chance to act, and usually not even then.  But the ongoing story of Sarepta Therapeutics (Nasdaq-SRPT) is more than an investment…

Is the Biggest Bubble of them all Unbreakable?

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(From the March 5 issue) -- With the Nasdaq having managed to reclaim the 5000 level for the first time since the heady--and bubbly--days of early 2000, bubble talk is again all the rage. But I'm here to tell you that today's Nasdaq, or stocks generally, are NOTHING of the…

How to invest like Peter Lynch

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While we must certainly make decisions based at least somewhat on our outlook for the overall stock market and "macro" situation, the best gains by investors (and most fun!) have traditionally been had by searching for the right companies, and buying them when they are cheap and/or relatively undiscovered. No…

Calling Mrs. Merkel

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(From the August 11, 2014 Issue) -- There is ONE -- and only one -- world leader who has it most in her power to end the diplomatic, economic and, perhaps, looming military standoff over Ukraine.  And that is German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Already, this renewed cold war of sorts…