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Peter Sandman: How Your Ability To Process Risk Can Save Your Life

How much do things around you need to change before you start changing your behavior? Some people watch the world intently, looking for early indicators of change and reacting swiftly

By Adam Taggart on Tuesday July 7th, 2020
Economy, Geopolitics 5Public Content

The Great Market Tide Has Now Shifted To Risk-Off Assets

In the conventional investment perspective, risk-on assets (i.e. investments with higher risks and higher potential returns) such as stocks are on a see-saw with risk-off assets (investments with lower returns and lower risk, such

By charleshughsmith on Friday July 8th, 2016
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Off The Cuff: The Coming Capital Controls

In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and Daniel Amerman discuss: The Wide Extent Of Central Bank Intervention And the resulting Franken""markets"" The Coming Era Of Capital Controls The war on

By Adam Taggart on Friday February 19th, 2016
Economy 20Public Content

Axel Merk: Why Asset Prices Must Return To Lower Levels

Saying it's been a busy week and half on the central bank front is perhaps a sizeable understatement.  First, the Swiss National Bank stunned the world (and its brethren central

By Adam Taggart on Saturday January 24th, 2015
Economy, Geopolitics, Health, Society 18Public Content

2014 Year in Review: Part 2

This year has been all about risk—existential risk. Some of it seemed to dissipate and some lingers.  Market valuations remain risky—regression to the mean could easily provide a 50% haircut

By David Collum on Friday December 19th, 2014
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