NASDAQ has a full blown correction. TSLA is the poster child of the stock market craziness. Slack is not an investment. Air coming out of
The biggest bubble may have popped without a pin. Charts show bad omen for the NASDAQ. The biggest bubble ever won’t die easily. Strength in
Good news for Facebook stock is bad news for Main Street. Housing market booms – just like it did before the 2008 crash. Layoffs increasing.
S&P and Nasdaq close the week with record highs. Apple capitalizes on speculator mania with stock split. Weak economy benefits Wall Street and sedates Main
Gold prices tease $1900. Big gains in silver, but that bull market has barely started. CNBC oblivious to what this means for economy. Trend broken
Investor money still piling into at-home stocks. The world is going back to a gold standard whether the Fed wants one or not. Massive moves
Market rallying on hope and hype. Trump’s odds of winning re-election continues decreasing. Chinese trade deals unwind. Stimulus more dangerous than virus. Everything that can
Paul Krugman & Stephen Moore are both advocating the same policies. Price for plane tickets are skyrocketing. Q&A RATE AND REVIEW the Peter Schiff Show
Markets rose yesterday on promising vaccine news and Jerome Powell interview. Printing money doesn’t solve economic problems, it compounds them. Powell admits there is no
Quiet day in the stock market. More jobs lost than expected. Fed’s balance sheet moves through $7 Trillion. Ron Insana says big deficits are not
Peter Schiff is an economist, financial broker/dealer, author, frequent guest on national news, and host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast.