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1. "Cracks in the Credit Structure" Grow WiderTue, 05 Nov[−]

"Cracks in the credit structure" were widening months before the onset of the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Now, in 2019, similar warnings have started to appear. This chart is revealing...


2. U.S. Dollar: "Reserve Currency" Status in Danger?Wed, 30 Oct[−]

More and more you hear around the world that there are attempts to challenge the US dollar's "reserve currency" status. Our Head of Global Research gives you his take on a recent policy move by Russia -- and on the buck's long-term prospects.


3. Raising a Red Flag for U.S. Real EstateThu, 24 Oct[−]

Is financial history set to repeat in the U.S. housing market? Well, be on your guard because the "extreme psychology" that was on display nearly 15 years ago is back -- and even bigger than before! Here are the details...


4. Fifty Years That Show "When to Be A Contrarian" (thru today)Tue, 22 Oct[−]

Here's an indicator you won't see elsewhere: We show 50 years of extremes it registered -- both optimistic and pessimistic -- that proved to be great contrary indicators, right thru today.


5. A Troubling Sign for U.S. Real Estate MarketTue, 24 Sep[−]

U.S. housing prices rebounded significantly following the depths of the housing bust. However, worrisome signs are beginning to appear. Take a look at this chart from our current Financial Forecast.


6. How Badly Will the Hong Kong Protests Shake Global Stock Markets?Thu, 22 Aug[−]

Unrest continues in Hong Kong. China’s paramilitary forces are massing near the border. What if there’s more violence? Or an authoritarian invasion? Or a peaceful resolution? Investors all over the world want to know how much impact the Hong Kong chaos will have on global equities. Discover the surprising answer and learn how to protest-proof your portfolio (hint, you may have already done it) in this video.


7. A Stalling Auto Industry Doesn't Mean the U.S. ECONOMY'S Check Engine Light is On -- Right?Tue, 23 Jul[−]

Did you know that the rate of job growth is at its most negative in decades? You will, once you see this chart for yourself.


8. Want to See What’s Next for the Economy? Try This.Tue, 16 Jul[−]

Would you like to know what the health of the economy will be like months ahead of time? This rarely discussed "economic indicator" has a history of serving as a useful guide. See for yourself...


9. Flipping Out Over Real Estate… AgainThu, 27 Jun[−]

Speculators looking for a "fast buck" turned to day trading in the late 1990s. After the ensuing bear market, house flipping became a fad. But the big housing bust only put the kibosh on this pursuit temporarily. Will a big lesson have to be learned all over again?


10. Last time it was banks; this time it is governments.Wed, 19 Jun[−]

There is only ONE thing that matters in global financial markets. And the global governments have less and less of "it." Discover more in this free excerpt from our June 17 European Short Term Update.


11. Local Can Be Lucrative in a Bear MarketMon, 03 Jun[−]

In a bull market, investment and business opportunities seem to be everywhere, to the point they're almost hard to miss. Bear markets, on the other hand, are more challenging. Even so, the opportunities are there -- if you know where to look.


12. The Unreported Yet Biggest Danger of Trade TariffsFri, 17 May[−]

Dana Weeks talks to EWI Analyst Murray Gunn about how "Trade Tariff News" misses the true, long-term dangers to markets, economies, and people.


13. Real Estate: Will Prices Stay Unaffordable?Wed, 15 May[−]

"U.S. Median Single-Family Median Annual Sales Price" may be a mouthful, but the chart you'll see in this 2-minute video is anything but confusing.

Watch where prices have gone from the 1980s through today -- and see a clear conclusion as to what's next.


14. U.S. Housing: Look at This 50% RetracementTue, 14 May[−]

Buying a house is a major financial decision. We've all been admonished about "location, location, location" -- but, how about timing? Some real estate market indicators can be highly useful. Look at these two charts...


15. War! Good or Bad for Stocks?Thu, 09 May[−]

Does the DJIA rise more often during times of war or peace? You might be surprised when you review these six charts.


16. Who – Or “What” – Drives Interest Rates?Wed, 08 May[−]

EWI's Murray Gunn explains the role of the Federal Reserve in "driving" interest rates and the economy -- you me be surprised to find out who (or what) is doing the real driving.


17. Brexit Sage: Deflation and the "Generational Weakening" of the U.K. EconomyTue, 30 Apr[−]

In this interview, EWI's Murray Gunn shows Dana Weeks the evidence of a U.K. property decline -- and explains the big-picture meaning for mood and the larger economy.


18. Global Manufacturing: About to Enter "A World of Hurt"?Tue, 16 Apr[−]

See the broader economic context that day-to-day headlines don't deliver: Chart of the Day shows you the big-picture trend in the all-important trend in global manufacturing.


19. How Homebuilding Stocks Signal Big-Time TroubleThu, 04 Apr[−]

Houses have been subject to price fluctuations like the stock market for one reason: They're considered an investment as much as a place to hang your hat. Learn what our analysts are saying about an "unmistakable" trend in the real estate market...


20. The Fed Follows the Market Yet AgainThu, 28 Mar[−]

This article from Financial Forecast co-editors Steven Hochberg and Pete Kendall explains why the Fed DOES NOT drive interest rates. See the crystal-clear facts and evidence that uncovers the truth behind this common misconception.



 
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