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.”
In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays equity bubbles in various sectors over the past 40 years on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
LinkedIn Executive Director Dan Roth and Bloomberg’s Mike McKee discuss the blue collar jobs picture and hiring on the right skill set. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”
Is it still too early for the big stock market correction? Technical trader Kevin Cook thinks it is. Watch the video to see how he is going to handle the shake from past two weeks using technical charts and analysis.
Time for Mr. Market to go to the doctor again and get a check up on his internals. Watch the video as Kevin Cook goes over several market breadth indicators to show you, from a technical standpoint, where the market could be headed.
Here’s our outlook for Canadian stocks in 2014, why the TSX Venture could do well this year, the Multilateral CSA Notice 45-312, and the outlook for mining stocks focusing on gold and uranium.
January is a time for Canadians to make some serious judgements on how they plan to deal with their personal economics in the New Year ahead. To do that, it helps to have a good understanding of where things stand and where they might go. Watch as the National’s panel of experts discuss what to expect for the Canadian economy, and your bottom line, in 2014.