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Jim Rickards: When Markets Are Most Complacent Sudden Drops Are Most Likely

Even after Wednesday’s [5/17] stock market rout, more analysts are referring to current stock index levels as a “bubble.” I’m one of them, although I make the point that bubbles can last a long time and don’t pop just because valuations are stretched. It’s helpful to remember that Alan Greenspan called the stock market a […]

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Gold ~ Triple Out Performs U.S. Stock Market

Is the so-called Trump Trade about to unravel? Economic analyst Jim Rickards thinks so. The Trump Trade rests on the idea that the president’s proposed policies of lower taxes, infrastructure spending, Obamacare repeal, and decreasing government regulations will juice the economy. As a result, corporate earnings will increase and the stock market will rise with […]

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