The Real Reason Behind the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: a secret plan by China and its Eastern and Western allies to dethrone the US dollar.
2015 is underway and the biggest question is: Will the stock market continue to climb? This week,Ivan Lo gives you his thoughts on the direction of the market and what the primary focus for 2015 should be. He also talks about American debt, what is required to pay that debt, and the Fed’s true plan on how it will unwind the enormous amount of bonds held in reserves.
Things aren’t always as they appear. Here’s a look at the “coincidental” timing of events that show the secret connection between Saudi Arabia and Japan, and what it all has to do with why oil prices are falling.
S&P Capital IQ’s Sam Stovall discusses what the midterm elections mean for financial markets on Bloomberg Television’s Election 2014 special with Pimm Fox.
Oil prices are falling and the media blames in on a supply glut. But we all know that’s not true because short term oil demand is relatively inelastic. So what’s the real reason behind falling oil prices? Here’s a look at the secret deal between Saudi Arabia and the United States, as well as an update on the market.
Here’s a look at the amount of debt and bonds the world is issuing and what we could expect from the potential crash of the bond market. Also, an update on a rapidly growing sector is discussed.
A look at why you should never believe everything you read in the news, as well as what one of America’s biggest bank’s financial statements can tell us about the overall US economy.
Do Baby Boomers really impact the Labor Force Participation Rate? Here’s a closer look at the truth behind unemployment numbers, the labor participation rate, the amount of money being borrowed to buy stocks on the NYSE, and a look at what Bank of America’s institutional desk is doing with their stocks.
Canada and America are producing more oil and gas than ever. Yet we continue to pay extravagant prices at the pump and at home. Why are gas prices so high? Here’s a look at what’s really going on, including comments on the battle between Russia and the West that’s affecting our world.
Bloomberg View Columnist and Former Pimco Co-CEO Mohamed El-Erian discusses why he chose to end his career at Pimco, his new endeavors, and offers his view of the U.S. economy on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”