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Jim Rickards: Jay Powell’s Gift to Markets

Daily Reckoning, Released on 1/15/19 Fed Chair Jay Powell did not deliver any early Christmas presents to the markets last month, but he did pop the cork on a bottle…

Jim Rickards: Jerome Powell Caves to Market

Jim Rickards: Jerome Powell Caves to Market

Daily Reckoning, Released on 1/7/19 Fed Chair Jay Powell just sent the most powerful signal from the Fed since March 2015. He has pretty much taken a March 2019 rate…

Jim Rickards – The days of caring about debt and deficits are over

Daily Reckoning, Released on 12/21/18 Remember the “tea party” revolt in 2009–2010 against government bailouts and government spending? Remember the “fiscal cliff” drama of Dec. 31, 2012, when Congress raised…

Rickards: New Cold War With China Possible

Daily Reckoning, Released on 12/13/18 On Saturday, Dec. 1, at the end of the G-20 meeting in Buenos Aires, President Trump and his team of trade and finance advisers had…

Rickards: The Trade Truce Won’t Last

Daily Reckoning, Released on 12/3/18 This weekend the eyes of the world were on Buenos Aires, where President Trump, China’s President Xi Jinping and some top aides had a private…

Jim Rickards: Expect Oil to Rebound

Daily Reckoning, Released on 11/26/18 My model for forecasting oil prices has three top-level factors, represented graphically by arrows pointing up, down or sideways. An up arrow is colored green…

Rickards: Multiple Risks Are Converging on Markets

Daily Reckoning, Released on 11/20/18 One of the questions I am asked most frequently in my global travels is what will be the cause of the next financial crisis. This…

Rickards: The United States Is Going Broke – How Long Can This Go On?

Daily Reckoning, Released on 11/6/18 Those who focus on the U.S. national debt (and I’m one of them) keep wondering how long this debt levitation act can go on. The…

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