The Economic Decline: November 16, 2016


Middle Class Jammed By Fed’s Credit Bubbles
dollar_down_de_drainThe American middle class has suffered from painfully low wage growth since The Great Recession. In fact, 82% of Americans of suffering through the worst wage recovery since 1965. It was the first post-recession wage since 1965 without a single month above 2.7% YoY wage (or earnings) growth… (Continue to full article)

UBS Urges Ban On Large Denomination Notes
UBS is the latest to call for Australia to scrap large denomination bank notes, citing that it would help eliminate the black economy… (Continue to full article)

Copper’s Warning to Deflationists
copper_rnd_thumb‘Doc Copper’ is widely viewed as being able to predict upswings and slumps in the economy of manufacturing and real goods, so we should want to get this one in particular right. The post-election rally in Copper futures is on track for putting up one of the strongest months in the past decade. Buyers have retrenched somewhat in the last few days, but… (Continue to full article)

New Home Sales Slowing, Higher Rates Won’t Help
New home sales have rebounded nicely in 2016, but recent developments suggest the new home market could be looking at more softness ahead… (Continue to full article)

US Mint Stonewalling on the Fort Knox Audit
Auric Goldfinger contaminated the gold after all… (Continue to full article)

GoldfingerGold Signals That Trump Is No Different
The good news is that Hillary lost but the bad news is that Trump won. A massive take-down of the gold and silver markets was put into action shortly after it became obvious that Trump was going to take the election… (Continue to full article)

Silver Price and The Winds of Complacency
silver bullet_smlNot even a surprise Presidential election result could sever the bonds that have held prices in check for more than 5 years. From a mainstream media perspective, the financial system is a neat little house of cards… (Continue to full article)

Silver and the Train Wreck
Train-Wreck-300x300The U.S. National Debt is a “train-wreck.” The official debt is nearly $20 trillion and the unfunded liabilities are $100 – $200 trillion, depending on who is counting… (Continue to full article)

Gold: The Cost Of Production Is Near
Gold is no longer vulnerable. It has entered a nice buying area. The $1225 – $1200 price zone is both technically and fundamentally important. Here’s why… (Continue to full article)

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