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Fed's Bullard Urges Investors To Sell Bonds (But Not Stocks)

Given the market’s rapid surge to dismissing The Fed’s stock-selling recommendations, we are stunned by the silence of “market defenders” as once again the Fed takes to the airwaves to demand investors sell their bonds. The Fed is desperate for investors to sell their bonds as they are in full panic mode over the broken repo markets.

Does Gold Belong In Every Portfolio?

No investment is safe & gold is no exception. With a 28% price drop in 2013, followed by a 12% gain in the first ten weeks of 2014, can we really continue to label gold investment a safe haven? In this analysis, we take a look at the impact of gold on a portfolio under various scenarios. The results may surprise you.

Fed Prepares For Bond-Fund Runs, Looking At Imposing "Exit Fee" Gates

Since the Fed has failed to incite the mass reallocation of funds from bonds to stocks, it is willing to use every trick in the book to achieve its goal. Fed may impose exit fees on bond funds to avert a potential run by investors, underlining regulators’ concern about the vulnerability of the $10tn corporate bond market.

Why Gold Looks Better than the S&P: Marc Faber

When I compare gold to the S&P, the S&P is up substantially since 2011 and gold is down substantially. If you compare the performance of gold shares to the S&P, it has been a disaster for gold shares. I think gold at this price is actually one of the few assets that are relatively inexpensive now.

Currency Volatility Is Unnerving Investors

Low-interest-rates by the U.S. Fed made it easy for investors to borrow money and send it abroad, but as the Fed is taking the first steps toward letting rates rise in the United States, investors are pulling back their money

Stocks Slump Most In 7 Weeks As Silver Surges

This is the first close for U.S. Stocks at the lows of the day since July 31st – The 6th down day in the last 8 in stocks and red on the month-to-date screens is not something we are used to seeing

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