Today, PIGS Can Fly. How Long Will It Last?

Posted on January 15, 2014

Flying Pig

The bond market is finished? You can only lose money in it from now on? That was very much the consensus in the market at the end of last year. But no one told investors in Europe. The one roaring trade for the start of 2014 has been euro-zone peripheral debt, with yields tumbling in […]

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$700 Million Bridge to the Suburbs of Nowhere

Written by Gary North on May 15, 2012

I am speaking of the The Knik Arm Crossing Project. Guess where it is located. I’ll give some clues. KABATA‚Äôs goal is to construct a cost-affordable, vehicular toll bridge of about 2.7 miles across Knik Arm. Because there are no roads in the area served by the bridge, the project involves the construction of 19 […]

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The Aden Sisters Issue Caution

Written by Gary North on January 4, 2012

I have known the Aden sisters for 30 years. They don’t seem to age much. They are famous for their research on all things related to gold. Here, they issue a yellow light. The past year was frustrating for many investors and with good reason. Nearly all of the markets were volatile and erratic, reflecting […]

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