Dave Kranzler

Articles by Dave Kranzler

The advance estimate of Q3 GDP was released on Thursday, October 29th. The headline number was 33.1% (annualized rate) vs 31% expected and negative 31.4% for Q2. This was John Williams’ (Shadowstats.com) comment on the headline number: “...
Chris Marcus (Arcadia Economics) and I discuss the elections and the implications that the final outcome will have on the precious metals sector in our weekly podcast:



The junior “micro-cap” exploration stocks have experienced 30-50...
For me it doesn’t matter who wins the election. The person in the Oval Office is not in control of the monetary policies that form the fundamental basis for owning physical gold and silver. Regardless of which party sits in the Oval Office...
“After thinking about it all day, I’m still not quite sure this isn’t a joke; a high-brow commitment of utterly brilliant performance art, the kind of Four-D masterpiece of hilarious deception that Andy Kaufman would’ve gone nuts over. I...
The stock market promoting mainstream media this morning reported “U.S. Retail Sales Rose Record 18% in May” (e.g. the Wall St Journal).  The S&P futures jumped from up 45 points to up 90 points.

But, as usual, the details...
“No one ever loses equity in a bankruptcy case,” U.S. Bankruptcy Judge David Jones said during a status conference in the J.C. Penney case last month. “Equity gets lost long before the case is filed.”

Hertz filed Chapter 11 under the U....
I’m sure most of you are inundated with “Black November,” “70% off” and “clearance” email promotions from the usual cast of brick/mortar/online chain retailers. It started with my inbox in October.   This is because...
The major stock indices – the Dow, SPX and Nasdaq –  have wafted up to all-time highs on a cloud of Central Bank printed money.  Interestingly, most of the stocks in all three indices are below to well below their all-time highs...
Last week the Fed announced that it was going to start buying $60 billion in T-Bills per month at least into Q2 2020.  The Fed will also rollover the proceeds as the T-Bill’s mature. The rationale was to address the decline in the “...
“[Whatever] the repo failure involved, it is likely to prove a watershed moment, causing US bankers to more widely consider their exposure to counterparty risk and risky loans, particularly leveraged loans and their collateralised form in...

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