Dow Jones could deflate as the economic debts start to default. Stocks and bond markets have pending losses, which will be a boon to precious metals.
Bonds have a significant role in determining the direction of currencies and exchange rates.
The U.S. bond market is suffering and consumer price inflation is above the Fed’s 2 percent target.
Governments have created a sustainable rate of inflation across the world, but how has this affected the markets and consumers?
Debt may be the elephant in the room, but growing geopolitical unrest could, in the end, be the trigger for a debt meltdown.
Currently, the 200 count for the Dow Jones is at 2. So, since 07 July 2016 (200 trading days ago), the Dow Jones has seen only...
Assuming much of Trump’s fiscal plans get passed in the first 100 days in office, the back-of-the-envelope estimate for 2017 would be: $616 billion baseline deficit,...