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Expected Returns is a blog dedicated to an objective appraisal of current economic events and the gold market.

Owner: mkim10

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Language: English

Tags: gold, silver, stocks, bonds, recession

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  • IMF: Sovereign Debt Threatens Economic Recovery
    on Apr 20, 2010
    From the Washington Times, IMF: Mounting debt threatens global recovery:Historic levels of government debt in the developed world could throw the global financial system back into crisis and clear plans are needed to bring it under control, the Inter...
  • Massive Public School Layoffs Ahead
    on Apr 20, 2010
    From the New York Times, Districts warn of deeper teacher cuts:School districts around the country, forced to resort to drastic money-saving measures, are warning hundreds of thousands of teachers that their jobs may be eliminated in June. The distr...
  • Gold Bull Market Intact, Accumulation Time
    on Apr 19, 2010 in gold
    The latest SEC investigation of Goldman Sachs has brought down most asset classes, including gold. Of course this makes no sense whatsoever, since the secular bull market in gold is driven by factors outside Goldman's packaging of esoteric secur...
  • Misconceptions, Misrepresentations, and Illusions About Our Economy
    on Apr 18, 2010
    I know I am in the minority in my opinion that big economic shockwaves are coming, which is fine by me, since there is some serious lack of understanding out there of how the economy and markets work. Need proof? How many people saw the "Gr...
  • Consumer Sentiment Approaches 1-Year Lows
    on Apr 16, 2010
    The prevailing bias toward an economic recovery is painfully obvious when bad news is spun as good and every single negative news item is "unexpected"- including yesterday's  sharp and "unexpected" rise in unemployment claims. It...
  • Eric Sprott is "All In" Gold
    on Apr 15, 2010 in gold eric sprott
    "Gold looks better today than its ever looked. We have sovereign risk on the economic map today that we didn't have on the economic map before. And as I look at the problems in Greece and I see people pull $4 or $8 billion out of the banks...Where do...
  • Foreclosures Hit Record in March
    on Apr 15, 2010
    Something is wrong when financial heads are downright giddy about a 1.6% increase in retail sales, driven by government handouts and auto incentives, that ostensibly proves the worst is over. This is especially true when foreclosures are&nb...
  • Helicopter Ben Rails Against Deficit, Then Admits Rates to Stay Low
    on Apr 14, 2010
    From the New York Times, U.S. Must Start to Rein in the Deficit, Fed Chief Says: The Federal Reserve chairman said Wednesday that the government must begin to make “difficult choices” to address its gaping deficits and warned that “postponing...
  • Small Business Confidence at 8-Month Low
    on Apr 13, 2010
    From Bloomberg, Small Business Confidence in U.S Falls to 8-Month Low: Confidence among U.S. small businesses fell in March to the lowest level since July 2009 as executives grew more concerned about earnings and sales, a private survey found. The N...
  • Bill Gross Selling Treasuries, Betting Interest Rates Will Rise
    on Apr 12, 2010
    Rising interest rates will provide the knockout punch to an economy vulnerable to shocks.  For over a generation, Americans have come to rely on low interest rates to fund lavish lifestyles hardly justified by economic fundamentals. Unfortu...
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