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The Bull In China Crash Heard Round The World – Free Podcast

In this special (and rare) free podcast Lee Adler and Russ Winter discuss China’s role in the big world wide selloff. Russ expounds on the forensics of the selloff in gold and Lee reviews the technical picture for gold and US…

Cash vs. Futures Arbitrage and Squeeze Potential in Gold After Bottom Setup – Free Podcast

In this podcast (recorded Monday afternoon) Russ Winter tells Lee Adler that a shortage of physical gold at the Comex and no real price discovery means that gold and silver prices should soar. Lee says the technical picture on gold…

New Hedge-Fund Landlords Learning the Price of Hubris – Free Russ Winter Podcast

This was intended for Thursday but is going up now. I will have a podcast for tomorrow posted. Jobs tend to be a lagging indicator but the dye is cast, make no mistake about it:  layoffs on are the way (see chart below). Much of this has been obscured so far by pre-election Obamanomics: essentially throwing government resources and […]

Wedge Between Poor Fundmentals and Market Prices Starting to Close – Free Russ Winter Podcast

“Artificially low rates are not good for anybody,” – BB&T CFO Daryl Bible Two and a half minute podcast: wedge developing between poor fundamentals, market prices and central effects. MIT online inflation survey out for month September showing steeply sloped. Recall in chart 2 the pattern of prior QE rounds on real hourly earnings as inflation robs their […]

The Gasoline, Distillate and Corn Cliffs- Free Russ Winter Podcast

Three minute podcast on this topic.  This is a particularly dicey time for new moon (this weekend) action over Iran, or  for Turkey going seriously over the border into Syria.  The reason, although California is stressed on gasoline supply, don’t rule out the East Coast. A national gasoline panic seems likely if inventories drop to […]

Watching High Frequency Economic Data – Free Russ Winter Podcast

Three minute podcast,  on today’s topics. More insane consumer behavior is being reported. Look at those student loans. Now we know where the device money comes from. August Consumer Credit rises $18.1B vs. expectations of $7.25B, prior -$2.45B (revised from -$3.3). Revolving loans up $4.3B, non-revolving (student loans) up $13.9. On percentage terms outstanding credit rose […]

Economy, Employment and the Permanent Fiscal Cliff – Free Russ Winter Podcast

Four and a half minute podcast available on this topic. A Reuters article covered various trends now taking place on the so called fiscal cliff (correct term should be permanent cliff- David Stockman’s term). A survey, by Deloitte, found that chief financial officers’ view of business prospects had darkened in the current quarter. Some 80 percent of U.S. CFOs […]

The Fat Lady is Ready to Sing: the Earnings Cliff is Here – Free Russ Winter Podcast

Three minute podcast on the earnings cliff. Seeing more of this: the earnings cliff may be here. Reaction is very perverse, these individual stocks get hit, but the indexes look rigged with little response so far. – Norfolk Southern (NSC) lowers its…