Here’s What To Watch In Crude Oil Right Now

Written by Jesse Colombo | Apr, 20, 2018

After experiencing weakness in February and March, crude oil spiked to three-year highs in April due to geopolitical fears associated with the Syria bombing campaign as well as falling inventories….

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Weekend Reading: The Return Of Stagflation

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 20, 2018

One of the worst possible outcomes for the U.S. economy, and ultimately for investors, is stagflation. Of course, if you weren’t around in the 60-70’s, there is a reasonably high…

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The Fed Has Forgotten The Lessons Of 2008

Written by Jesse Colombo | Apr, 19, 2018

A few days ago, Neel Kashkari, president of the Minneapolis Fed, told an attendees at an event at Howard University that Wall Street is “forgetting the lessons of the 2008…

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The Risk To Markets – Global Growth

Written by Lance Roberts | Apr, 19, 2018

The stock market has been rallying on the surge in global economic growth (recently monikered global synchronized growth) over the past year. The hope, as always, is that growth is…

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Triffin Warned Us

Written by Michael Lebowitz | Apr, 18, 2018

Trade negotiations and threatening global tariff volleys are contributing to significant volatility in the financial markets. Although applicable in many ways, the Smoot-Hawley protectionist act of 1930 is unfairly emphasized…

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