Hilsy Rally, The Industrial Revolution, and Why The Bullish Dollar Chart

Lee Adler tells pulls back the paper curtain of Wall Street propaganda on the Hilsenrath rally, the real story on the dollar, industrial production, median household income, and the ECB conundrum, that’s right, conundrum, to give you a better handle on what’s really going on behind the headlines.

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To ECB or Not To ECB, That Is The Question

Will the ECB’s new lending program really make a difference? Lee Adler gives a definitive answer, tells why, and tells you what to look for to take advantage or protect your portfolio.

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Sniffing The Hot Air Coming Out of Jackson Hole

With all the hot air coming out of Jackson Hole, Lee Adler reminds us to stay focused on the things that matter. He illustrates what we know for a fact about central bank policies and markets, and their likely directions.

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CORRECTION: In the first chart in this video I calculated the ECB’s contribution incorrectly in converting to the dollar equivalency, resulting in the ECB’s contribution being underweighted in the composite graph. The total percentage change in central bank balance sheets over the period was 126%, not 185% as stated in the video. The direction of the composite line did not change and the angle of the line did not change materially. Only the scale is different. This does not impact the analysis in any way. In fact, an argument can be made that the ECB should be underweighted because it does not have a Primary Dealer system and has not yet done outright asset purchases to any meaningful degree. Here is the updated chart.

Aggregate Central Bank Balance Sheet - Click to enlarge

Aggregate Central Bank Balance Sheet – Click to enlarge

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Loan Liars

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No, this isn’t about liar loans. It’s about the liars in the financial “news” media who twist the facts to suit whatever their point happens to be that day. Here are the facts about bank lending in the US. It’s anything but “soft.” The credit bubble has grown to unprecedented proportions. It is even bigger today than in 2007. If that was dangerous, what’s this?

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Inflation, Bank Trading, And Macro Liquidity Flows

Lee Adler looks at the latest real time consumer price data for August, recent patterns in bank trading and investment accounts, and macro liquidity flows that suggest it’s still too soon to turn outright bearish. Subscribers may click here to open or right click to download this video and play in your media player.

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Where Will This End? Where Will That End?

Lee Adler shows where the market is likely to top out and when that’s likely to happen, along with what to look for that would signal the crash that so many bears are expecting. Subscribers may click here to open or right click to download this video and play in your media player.

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