Strategic Intelligence Report Archives

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Strategic Intelligence Report Archives:

SIR 92: Von Mises’ Revenge

August 16, 2015

We look at the general failings of the Austrian economics view these past few years… point out why the most important elements still hold… and make the bear case for emerging markets (plus a bullish one for Japanese equities).

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SIR 91: Remember, Remember the 17th of September

August 6, 2015

We consider the powerful knock-on effects of a potential Federal Reserve rate hike… survey the carnage in media stocks and Apple… and recommend a bank that can benefit from rising interest rates.

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SIR 90: Subterranean J-Curve Blues

July 28, 2015

We consider the nature of China’s fake growth problem… note the “death of commodities” and potential China fallout… and make the bear case for a blue chip oil service play with triple whammy risk on its hands.

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July 20, 2015

We consider the orchestrated market carnage in gold and gold stocks… contemplate the “triumph of the geeks” as Google and Facebook dominate… and revisit the case for a petroleum company in name only (that benefits as the price of crude oil falls).

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SIR 88: Welcome to Prison

July 13, 2015

We explore the consequences of turning Europe into a debtors’ prison… contemplate “The Great Fall of China”… and make the bear case for a global retailer with a USD achilles heel.

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SIR 87: A Crisis of Democracy

June 29, 2015

We connect the dots on Greece, China, and disrespect of democracy’s basic principles… parse the budding bear market in China stocks… and make the case for a surprisingly well run blue chip gold miner.

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SIR 86: The Path to World War III

June 22, 2015

We examine how the world could wind up at war… note Shanghai’s brutal haircut… and make the bull case for a 142-year-old fiber play.

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SIR 85: Schrodinger’s Cat

June 14, 2015

We connect the dots on Greece, China, and disrespect of democracy’s basic principles… parse the budding bear market in China stocks… and make the case for a surprisingly well run blue chip gold miner.

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SIR 84: Bonds Away

June 6, 2015

We consider how tanking bonds could fuel full-blown crisis… respond to the theory of a “last melt-up” in the major indices… and consider a very boring, and very profitable, consumer goods packaging company.

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SIR 83: Crappylocks

May 30, 2015

We examine how central banks hurt the recovery with near-zero interest rates… cover new developments in China and Europe (including World War III concerns)… review other various China trends… and make the bear case for a company we like to call the “Tesla for Burgers.”

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