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Two weeks ago, an already bearish Jeff Gundlach appeared to hit the "glass floor" of negative sentiment, and smash right through it. On July 13, the new bond king said that there is "big money" to be made on the "short side." Gundlach added that he has been selectively betting against shares in the Standard & Poor's 500 index and continues to favor emerging market bonds over high-yield "junk"

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Submitted by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com,Another 508 people renounced their US citizenship last quarter according to documents published this morning by the Internal Revenue Service.This brings the total number of US ‘renunciants’ under the Obama administration to 17,359.It’s a pretty sad state of affairs when a government’s tax policy is so oppressive that it drives

14 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
In the third cyberattack on Democratic Party-related servers, Reuters reports that the computer network used by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked. This follows hacks of the DNC and the DCCC (the party's fund-raising committee) in the past week. Who to blame this time? Well with US intelligence head Jim Clapper having exclaimed that he was "somew

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"Finish 'er off..."  Source: Townhall.com

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This happened...So this seemed appropriate...Some high-/low-lights:Nasdaq best month since Oct 2015FANG's best week since July 2015S&P longest narrow trading streak in 45 yearsHY Credit's worst week in 3 monthsCrude's worst month in a yearUSD Index worst week in 3 monthsYen's biggest 2-month surge since Dec 08Gold's best week in 2 months (up 7 of 9 weeks)July saw the post-B

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Submitted by Lance Roberts via RealInvestmentAdvice.com,This week, the headlines have been dominated by the Democratic National Convention pushing Janet Yellen’s latest FOMC non-action to “page 6.”Of course, it was not surprising to hear yesterday Janet Yellen has once again “flip-flopped” on hiking rates. This tweet from HedgEye sums it up nicely.In honor of Summer,

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Moments ago, the European Banking Authority published the 2016 bank stress test results, whose purpose - as every other year -  is to inspire confidence in Europe's struggling banks; it differs from a market-based assessment of bank stress - that particular "test" can be seen by observing the stock prices of such giant banks as Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse, both of which recently hit all t

17 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Eugen von Bohm-Bawer via Bawerk.net,Imagine the financial crisis knocked you out and you did not wake up from the coma that followed until this day. Then, presented with the following three charts you were asked to guess where the federal funds rate was trading. Given the fact thatthe core CPI is on a steep uptrend and currently over the arbitrarily set 2 per cent target;unemployment

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Yesterday we quoted from a surprising report by Credit Suisse, according to which after surveying numerous clients, the bank had come across "almost no one who seems to have outperformed or made decent returns this year."  While not quite as extreme, the latest HSBC performance report confirms that the broader market is outperforming the vast majority of hedge funds in 2016. But more surprisi

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Submitted by John Kartch and Alexander Hendrie via Americans for Tax Reform,Hillary Clinton has made clear she intends to dramatically raise taxes on the American people if elected. She has proposed an income tax increase, a business tax increase, a death tax increase, a capital gains tax increase, a tax on stock trading, an "Exit Tax" and more (see below). Her planned net tax increase o




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