Market Ignoring Economic Realities All three of three of the U.S. stock market indexes are ringing in the New Year with new record highs. The
Faltering Expectations The U.S. dollar and the stock market continued to be a little bit under pressure this week as anxieties are rising over the
High Expectations for Jobs Numbers This morning we got the release of the October jobs report, and it followed the hurricane-related very weak report that
No Change in the Fed Swamp The announcement of the new Fed Chair, Jerome Powell, represents a commitment to the status quo at the Fed.
We’re getting a tax cut! There is one thing now that that has the potential to cause a short-term decline of more than 3% in
Congress May Not Deliver Promised Economic Growth I think part of the renewed weakness in the dollar may be due to the feeling that all
Government Is Not Measured by What It Taxes, It Is Measured by What It Spends Democrats promise free stuff; Republicans promise free tax cuts. What’s
President Trump Courts Dems on Tax Reform I think the catalyst for the rise in the stock market today is enthusiasm over President Trump’s announcement
Threats from Hurricane Irma and North Korea After a long holiday weekend the DJIA fell 234 points this Tuesday. Finally we have some kind of
Summary: The Europeans released their inflation numbers today. Year over year, inflation in the Eurozone are increasing at an average of 1.9%, which is Mario
Peter Schiff is an economist, financial broker/dealer, author, frequent guest on national news, and host of the Peter Schiff Show Podcast.