Over the past 30 days www.munKNEE.com has had over 100,000 visitors who have come to read the best articles the internet has to offer. Edited excerpts of 91 articles were posted over that time period to swell the archive of articles to more than 1600 in total. Below is a list of the 10 most read articles in the last 30 days complete with introductory paragraphs and links to each.
|1. Martin Armstrong Clearly Explains Why the USD is Strong and Gold Weak in This Terrible Economic EnvironmentUnderstanding what we are facing right now is critical to our survival…. [and to do so] we must embrace a global correlation approach to comprehend the true global implication of how capital moves. [Martin Armstrong provides a remarkable explanation of what is going on right now with the U.S. dollar, bond yields and the current price of gold. It would be well worth your time to read and reflect on what he has to say.] Words: 822
|2. Jim Sinclair: ‘The End Is Not Near, It Is Here and Now’Jim Sinclair is now warning… that ‘The end is not near, it is here and now’ in reference to the global financial system…[and] reiterating his long held view that there will be “QE to infinity” despite the denials of Bernanke and other central bankers. [He also has some interesting things to say about gold and alarming things to say about the euro. Read on.] Words: 305
|3. America’s Derivative Market is Unbelievably Huge & Totally Unregulated – Take a Look at Which Banks Own How MuchThe derivative market has blown a galactic bubble…and since there is literally no economist in the world who knows exactly how the derivative money flows or how the system works,…we really don’t know what will trigger the crash, or when it will happen, but considering the global financial crisis this system is in for tough times. [If, and when, it happens it] will be catastrophic for the world financial system. If you ever wanted a tool to help yourself or others visualize the staggering magnitude of US debt and derivatives, the infographic below is a good one to share. It visualizes who those 9 too-big-fail banks are, what their derivative exposures are, and what scandals they’ve been lately involved in. Words: 1915
|4. Deflation is Starting to Show Up; Can Hyperinflation Be Far Behind?A look at the status of the economy, and in particular money supply, shows that deflation is starting to show up. Below are 7 charts that support that view. Words: 370
|5. Richard Russell: There’s Something Eerie About What’s Happening So I’m In Cash! Here’s WhySo far, the decline in the market has been fairly orderly; no panic, no hysteria to get out – even the VIX has remained calm [but] I wonder how much longer the decline will continue to be orderly. Frankly, there’s something eerie about what’s happening and, to be honest, what’s happening is almost beyond analysis. I have nothing to compare it with….I really have to go on my intuition and instinct at this point – and my instinct is to get in cash.
|6. David Rosenberg: These 51 Charts Show the Economy to be a Total DisasterThe U.S. economic recovery has been weak and the looming fiscal cliff threatens to act as a further drag on the economy. Europe is imploding with the chances of a ‘Grexit’ increasing, and Spain’s economy deteriorating and risking contagion. David Rosenberg looks at the state of the U.S. and global economy via 51 depressing charts.
|7. The Outlook for Gold Remains VERY Positive – Here’s WhyThere’s clearly a lot of fear in capital markets around the world and that’s usually represented by a rush to short-term government bonds, in particular US dollar government bonds. With this type of fear and the need for liquidity, just about all assets get sold and gold is one of those assets. If you have a longer-term view, however, and you believe these problems will be met with additional liquidity, then gold is something you should accumulate.
|8. These 8 Analysts See Gold Going to $3,000 – $10,000 in 2012! Here’s WhyBack in 2009 I began keeping track of those financial analysts, economists, academics and commentators who were of the opinion that it was just a matter of time before gold reached a parabolic peak price well in excess of the prevailing price. As time passed the list grew dramatically and at last count numbered 140 such individuals who have gone on record as saying that gold will go to at least $3,000 – and as high as $20,000 – before the gold bubble finally pops. Of more immediate interest, however, is that 8 of those individuals believe gold will reach its parabolic peak price in the next 12 months – even as early as February, 2012. This article identifies those 8 and outlines their rationale for reaching their individual price expectations. Words: 1450
|9. Something Very Scary Could Be Just Months Away! Got Gold?I think it’s important that everybody has a reasonable allocation of gold in their portfolio because…we could be just a few months away from something that is really very scary, and if that happens, gold will go a lot higher.
|10. Martin Weiss: You Are Being Forewarned – Again – About an Imminent Financial Megashock![You are being forwarned – again – that Europe and the U.S. are now on a collision course with a second Lehman-type megashock….A snowball of events – bank runs spreading across Europe – are bringing us a few steps closer. What [can we expect] next? Let me explain. Words: 1795
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