Marc Faber said Thursday the Fed will have to unleash another round of quantitative easing.
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“You can borrow money so cheaply and you look at earnings. These earnings are sort of false earnings. They’re based on very low interest rates.”
All bubble bulls are united in their belief that the stock market will go up forever and have positioned themselves accordingly with record margin debt. But what about the regular person?
"The S&P 500 ended last week down 0.7 percent, marking its sixth straight week with a move of less than 1 percent, the longest stretch of calm since May 1994."
The internals of the stock market are disintegrating and more stocks are going down then up.
"At one of every five companies, these "adjusted" profits were higher than net income by 50 percent or more."
"When I look at the whole financial sector … I feel like [I'm] on the Titanic. We're fighting about deck chairs..."
"....multiples of 18 to 19 times earnings are not excessive..."
The masses found a way to borrow more money to buy more stocks...
David Skarica believes we are building up to the zero interest rate bubble...
Today, six and a half years after the collapse of Lehman, there is a Bigger Short cooking....
"I think that the 35-year bull market in bonds and in stocks is ending. Now, when you say something like that, it conjures up a crash. It doesn’t have to be that way."
Discussed during this session were airline stocks to short, bond market trends, future prospects for the US stock market, and gold.
US stock market floats around giving bubble bulls a chance to buy at high prices.
In this webinar we talked about the US stock market and the current breakout in the DOW and S&P 500 to new highs - and what it means.
Wal-Mart missed analyst estimates on dismal retail sales.
The DOW and S&P 500 are also consolidating right below their 52-week highs. So right now everyone is watching the DOW and S&P 500.
Large corporations authorized the record $141 billion of buybacks during April, the highest amount announced in any month...
One day of stock market action has made Jim Cramer very euphoric about the stock market, but the stock market....
On Jim Goddard's This Week In Money Radio Show I gave an update on gold, bonds, and the US stock market.
The stock market is down today and all over the internet bubble bulls are blaming Yellen's mention of high stock valuations as the reason for the drop.
Analysts have lowered their earnings estimates for 2015 again.
Chart shows that the retail investors is now "all-in" when it comes to stocks.
As the baton of excessive liquidity injections is passed from one central bank to another, the dangers of global asset bubbles and competitive currency devaluations intensify.
When a gold money manager launches an airline ETF it could be a sign of a top you think?
So Gartman says to look for a correction, but buy, because he sees no end to the bull market.
A broad look at the 6.5 million customer accounts at TD Ameritrade indicates that retail investors are "pretty fully invested" in stocks, the online brokerage's CEO said Thursday.
Bubble bulls mocked Faber's warning to them.
Valuations mean nothing for next 12 months, but matter for next 10 years this reporter explains.
Now, analysts on the whole expect to see S&P 500 revenue fall 3.5 percent year-over-year, whereas they had expected just a 2.6 percent drop when the first quarter ended.