Is Another 2008 Imminent for Global Equities?
Given the dramatic market volatility we have seen over the past few months, we thought it wise to provide our take on what is driving the turbulence, especially in light of the short-term surge in the U.S. dollar and the declines in commodity-related investments.
Will Black Friday Save Economy?
As consumers abandoned Thanksgiving dinners to head out in search of holiday bargains at stores that opened earlier this year than ever for Black Friday sales, one thing was fairly sure: they were shoppers with budgets in mind rather than those looking for luxury gifts.
EuroPac’s Schiff, Goldman’s O’Neill Split on Obama Jobs Plan
Predictions about the potential success of President Barack Obama’s jobs stimulus plan have come flooding in as commentators consider his $447 billion American Jobs Act proposal. Equally predictable has been the polarized response.
Robbing Peter to Pay Everyone
Why Euro Pacific Capital's Peter Schiff doesn't like Ben Bernanke
Peter Schiff Slams Bernanke as Fed Chief Warns on Debt Ceiling at Senate
Peter Schiff slammed Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke who told the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday that not raising the debt ceiling would cause the deficit to rise.
Top Portfolio Products: First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index Fund; Goldman India and Korea Funds
This week in new products, ISE announced a First Trust cloud computing ETF while Goldman Sachs launched funds focused on India and Korea.
Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Capital Moves to National Financial Services
Euro Pacific Capital recently announced it is leaving Pershing LLC’s platform and will clear and custody its assets with Fidelity-owned National Financial Services, according to CEO Peter Schiff.
Egypt Turmoil Not a Factor in Rising Oil Prices, Says Peter Schiff
Despite a heavy allocation to energy, Peter Schiff, CEO and Chief Global Strategist of Euro Pacific Capital, isn’t worried about the tense situation in Egypt.