Peter Schiff gives his views on Bitcoin and the markets.
Stock Market News
I am revising my short-term outlook on the stock market.
Marc Faber, , Editor and Publisher, The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report talks about Indian real-estate, cryptocurrency and Indian stocks.
We are heading for the start of crazy times in October.
In this interview I give an update on the stock market situation, gold investing, and note that hurricane Harvey can't move oil stocks up.
Jim Rogers issues marketing warning for all investors, but...
Cramer has another reason for the stock market drop.
We are witnessing a historic moment in US history.
Financialization incentivizes hot money capital flooding into speculative credit-asset bubbles.
"Last week, the median price/revenue ratio of S&P 500 component stocks reached the highest level in history, advancing far beyond the levels reached at both the 2000 and 2007 market peaks."
Warren Buffett is not buying the stock market rally anymore.
"American consumers have reached an almost -record level of optimism over the past 8 months..."
Most stocks are actually falling on their earnings report this quarter.
CNBC girl angered by Faber remarks.
How will new SEC targeting impact crypto currencies?
Investor legend Paul Singer shares his concerns about this moment in time.
FB earnings with CNBC help fuels pre-market gap up.
Marc Faber gives up on the global financial situation.
Jim Rogers gives his top idea at sit down interview.
My interview update on the Jim Goddard show.
Ameritrade CEO says more accounts opened in third quarter than in all of last year.
Marc Faber is smiling as doom is away for now.
An investment that can be gutted by financial rules changing overnight is not safe.
"Provided that the unemployment rate holds at 4.4%, employment growth can be expected to contribute just 0.3% annually to GDP growth over the coming 7-year period."
Ron Paul's remarks annoyed bubble girl, but he made them anyway.
Speculative booms are often poor guides to future valuations and the maturation trajectory of a new sector.
The entire global economy now depends on this stripped-of-information "market" for its stability.
"...there is a hidden connection with Bitcoin and stocks like NVDA..."
The wild card in cryptocurrencies is the role of Big Institutional Money.
Is Bitcoin like gold or is it a pure thin air bubble?