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Analyst at Clarity Financial

Jesse is an economic analyst and Forbes columnist who was recognized by the London Times for warning about the U.S. housing and credit bubble as a university student. Jesse continues to warn about dangerous post-2009 economic bubbles and has over 100,000 social media followers. Jesse graduated ... more


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Surge In Delinquencies Threatens U.S. Auto Loan Bubble
It’s only a matter of time before the U.S. auto sales and loan bubble experiences a serious bust. Rising delinquencies are just the start, I’m afraid.
America’s 1% Hasn’t Had This Much Wealth Since The Roaring Twenties
Growing U.S. wealth inequality is the byproduct of an unsustainable bubble in asset prices such as stocks and bonds.
The Market Is Caught In A Tug Of War
Ever since the market plunge and sharp reversal late last year, the financial markets have been trading in a truly bizarre, confusing manner.
Is A Descending Triangle Pattern Forming In Bitcoin?
Descending triangles are continuation patterns that lead to further bearish action upon a successful break to the downside. The key levels to watch are the horizontal floor or support of the triangle pattern as well as $3,000.
China Is Unlikely To Become The World’s Largest Economy Anytime Soon
Economic stagnation or slowdown in China is the least of our worries. A much serious problem would be a full-blown popping of their credit and asset bubble (like Japan in the early-1990s).
The Shale Energy Bust Is Starting
I believe that the latest signs of the shale slowdown are the early signs of the shale bust that I warned about in November.
Air Is Coming Out Of The Silicon Valley Startup Bubble
Unsurprisingly, the decline of the Nasdaq over the past few months is putting a damper on the tech startup bubble.
Asset Bubbles Are Making Davos Billionaires Richer
The global elite are meeting in Davos, Switzerland this week and are richer than ever.
Tesla Plunges 13%; Musk: ‘Our Products Are Still Too Expensive’
If Tesla can’t make it in this frothy environment, just imagine what will happen when America’s wealth bubble truly bursts and consumers are forced to dramatically tighten their belts.
Is The Junk Bond Sell-Off Over?
The recent bounce in high-yield bonds has helped to underpin the stock market rebound, but should the HY bond rally falter at the nearby resistance level, expect to see stocks head lower again.
The Market Is Still In A Downtrend
The weekly chart shows how two major technical breakdowns occurred in recent months. The current bounce has not resulted in a close back above the 2,550 to 2,650 resistance zone, so the S&P 500 is still in a downtrend.
VC Spending Hit An All-Time High In 2018 Thanks To Tech Bubble 2.0
Lofty tech stock prices and valuations encourage the tech startup bubble because publicly traded tech companies have more buying power with which to acquire tech startups and because they allow startups to IPO at very high valuations.
Watch This Bitcoin Triangle
Since early-December, Bitcoin has been consolidating around the key $4,000 level as die-hard fans believe that the digital currency is cheap and has found a bottom.
The Market Is Still In A Confirmed Downtrend
The Dow jumped 764.94 points or 3.29% Friday, while the S&P 500 rose by 84.05 points or 3.43%. Unfortunately, despite the mainstream investing crowd’s optimism, the U.S. stock market is still in a confirmed downtrend.
Spooked By Apple? Wait ‘Til China’s Bubble Bursts
China has been gorging on debt for the past decade. This debt binge has been amplifying China’s economic growth and allowing its consumers to buy Western consumer goods like Apple iPhones.
A Major Technical Breakdown Just Occurred In Stocks
The much-anticipated December Fed meeting has finally come and gone, and the stock market did not like what it heard.
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