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Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. And it bears mention that most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of JWR. (SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor.) Today’s focus is on Stock market turbulence. (See the Economy & Finance section.)

Precious Metals:

First up, from Clint Siegner: How The Midterm Elections Might Affect Gold And Silver Prices

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Palladium Spikes to All-Time High: The Long View

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Money Managers Slash Bearish Positioning In Gold

 

Economy & Finance:

From Wolf Richter: It’s the Banks Again. “US bank stock index down 17% from January. EU bank stocks crushed, crushed, crushed since Financial Crisis.”

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Three reasons so many Americans are getting the hell out of of the northeast. (Thanks to H.L. for the link.)

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At Zero Hedge: ZIRP Blowback: Savers Flee Banks’ Zero Interest Deposit Accounts

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A piece worth reading by Brandon Smith: Trump vs. The Fed: When Markets Crash, Who Is To Blame?

 

Stocks & Bonds:

Chinese stocks break a two-decade trend, and that could signal more downside.  The Shanghai Composite is down 35%. Their ongoing collapse is expected to spill over into the U.S. equities markets. Be ready.  (Hint: Got Stop Loss?)

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Dow drops more than 300 points after disappointing earnings from Caterpillar and 3M

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And at Seeking Alpha: Will The U.S. Stock Market Enter A Bear Market In Mid-2019?

 

 

Tangibles Investing:

This 2015 article in The Prepper Journal archives has some good advice: Best Bug out Vehicles You Can Actually Afford

Related:  December 2017 EDC Pocket Dump

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Another 2015 article, at Ballistic: Mike Penhall’s 1986 4Runner: The Ultimate Budget Bug-Out Vehicle

 

Provisos:

SurvivalBlog and its Editors are not paid investment counselors or advisers. Please see our Provisos page for our detailed disclaimers.

 

News Tips:

Please send your economics and investing news tips to JWR. (Either via e-mail of via our Contact form.) These are often especially relevant, because they come from folks who particularly watch individual markets. And due to their diligence and focus, we benefit from fresh “on target” investing news. We often get the scoop on economic and investing news that is probably ignored (or reported late) by mainstream American news outlets. Thanks!



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