Blog/Markets by Sector

How Long Can Artificially Low Interest Rates be Maintained?

QUESTION: Dear Martin, First let me thank you for your paradigm shifting blog and the incredible conferences you and your team put together. They really are on a [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Powell & Interest Rates

PRIVATE BLOG – Powell & Interest Rates Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, please [...]

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Are Central Banks Supporting Share Markets?

QUESTION: Hi Marty, Happy 4th July to you & your team. My question is: Have the Central Banks now created an asymmetric trade (free bet!) with respect to the [...]

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Inverted Yield Curve

The yield curve has been inverted for the last month. An inverted yield curve occurs when long-term government debt yields fall below rates on short-term notes and [...]

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European Power Grid in Serious Trouble

The German power grid crashed on three separate days during June which was so critical, it required neighboring countries to come to its rescue to prevent a total [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – What’s Wrong with Silver 

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Australia Lowers Rate to Historic Low of 1%

The Reserve Bank of Australia has cut the official cash rate for the second month in a row to 1%. As we head into the turning point of the Economic Confidence Model [...]

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German Real Estate – the Peripheral Market Rally

QUESTION: During the WEC I came to understand Real Estate will crash. Then when looking at Socrates, it shows real estate indices, however I do not recognise these [...]

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PRIVATE BLOG – Gold Close of June 2019 

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Austria Sell 100-Year Bonds – But Who Are the Buyers?

Austria was able to sell its second 100-year bond in history at just a yield of just over 1.00%. Some argue that capital has been forced to buy anything that has a [...]

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