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Kuroda’s Unintended Consequences

Citigroup Global Head of International Economics Nathan Sheets and Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson look at Japanese markets.

Gold Report Interviews Ivan Lo on Gold, Silver and the Mining Sector

Do you follow your own advice? Ivan Lo, editor and founder of Equedia.com and The Equedia Weekly Letter, does. Lo doesn’t just follow companies in the gold and silver space, he actually paused this interview with The Gold Report to receive a shipment of silver bars. Following the notion that “knowledge is power,” Lo also explains the philosophies that guide his publications, the reasons why educated investors have nothing to fear from the dip in the gold price and why some companies remain good bets in the out-of-favor mining sector.

Fed Policy Tightening? Real Rates Rising Now

Fed policy tightening? Michael McKee explains why rates are rising in spite of the Fed holding off on tightening and how commodities are involved.

Where Did the Long-Term Investors Go?

On today’s “Chart Attack,” Strategas Research Partners Chief Investment Jason Trennert and Bloomberg’s Adam Johnson look at Long-term investing on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart and asks, “Where Did the Long-Term Investors Go?”

The Best Kept Secrets of The Dollar

A great video on the best kept secrets of the dollar. Once you watch this video, then perhaps gold and silver will seem more valuable.

Harper on Senate Scandal

Harper on Senate scandal: Canadians have been waiting for the Prime Minister to say something about the secret deal that forced his Chief of Staff to quit. Today he spoke publicly for the first time since this story broke.

Companies with the Largest Debt are Biggest S&P 500 Winners

Scarlet Fu examines how the biggest winners on the S&P 500 in 2013 are also the companies with the largest debt and least amount in their cash piles.

The Shocking Truths About High Frequency Trading

In this letter, Ivan Lo reveals the Shocking Truths About High Frequency Trading, how it affects our markets, how and why it works, and the dangers involved

Venezuela Has No Toilet Paper

The massive devaluation of Venezuelan currency has led to the scarcity of items required for daily living; including toilet paper. Venezuela has no toilet paper

Christie’s Art Sale Smashes Records for 12 Artists, Including Jackson Pollock

Christie’s Art Sale Smashes Records: Records were smashed for Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jackson Pollock, Roy Lichtenstein and auctions themselves as Christie’s sold $495 million of contemporary art last night in New York.

Justice Department Invades Privacy of the Press

The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press.

Chart on Gold Mining Costs vs. Gold Prices

Chart on Gold Mining Costs vs. Gold Prices: In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Alix Steel displays the relationship between falling gold prices and mining.