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Investment Advisor Representative - Sitka Pacific Capital Management

Mike "Mish" Shedlock is a registered investment advisor representative for SitkaPacific Capital Management. Sitka Pacific is an asset management firm whose goal is strong performance and low volatility, regardless of market ... more


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Competitive Currency Debasement 101 Class Is In Session
The Jerome Powell Fed is five for five on doing the very things that would cause the dollar to sink and Yellen supports all of them. Other countries are doing many of the same things and if they weren't the dollar would be dropping faster.
Bubbles B. Goode (Satire)
Parody on Fed-Sponsored Bubbles to the Tune of Chuck Berry's Classic Hit: Johnny B. Goode
Let’s Discuss Brexit
Theresa May negotiated a very poor deal with the EU. On film, the EU bragged about May's incompetence, how the EU got more than it hoped for, and how the EU trapped the UK in a permanent customs union.
France Overtakes Denmark For Top Spot In Most Taxes As Percent Of GDP
Congratulations are in order. France just topped Denmark as the most taxed nation.
How Much Gold Should The Common Man Own?
I had the pleasure of discussing gold, equity valuations, bond bubbles, and inflation with Greg Hunter at USA Watchdog. I mentioned the nearly “everything bubble” and stated a belief that gold was one thing that was not in a bubble.
Commodity Futures Manipulation: How Bad Did It Get? Still Ongoing?
How bad is commodity futures manipulation? Jens Blecker and Thomas Schad propose to find out.
Autonomous Future: Electric Feeder Ships
With Google, Apple, and all the car manufacturers focusing on autos, other companies have their eyes on less sexy things like autonomous feeder ships. But how big a disruption globally will feeder ships have?
Mish Monthly Macro Video April 2017
Once a month I get together with Gordon Long for a videocast of the month’s hot news topics. This month we discussed the French election, Target2, and European politics.
Trump’s Expected Ambassador To EU Says “Short The Euro, Collapse May Come In 12 To18 Months”
“The one thing I would do in 2017 is short the euro. I think it is a currency that is not only in demise, but has a real problem and could in fact collapse in the coming year or year and a half.”
Mish Monthly Macro With Gordon Long: The Non-Hike, Bank Of Japan, Europe
In the most recent edition we discuss the Fed non-hike, actions by the Bank of Japan, Dave Stockman’s recent book Trumped!, and other items of interest.
Mish’s Monthly Macro Video With Gordon Long, May 2016
Every month I get together with Financial Repression host Gordon Long for a video conversation of the latest global macro news. In this interview we discuss data dependent rate hikes, powerless central banks, retail sales, unions, and other topics.
Casino Banks And Gold Rigging Video Discussion: Mish And Gordon Long
I had the pleasure of discussing various aspects of the global economy with Gordon Long in our monthly podcast. This month we touched on “casino banks”, Christine Lagarde at the IMF, and precious metals (gold and silver) rigging.
Greenspan: Worried About Inflation, Says “Entitlements Crowding Out Investment, Productivity Is Dead”
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan spoke with Tom Keene and Mike McKee for Bloomberg TV & Radio. He discussed the ramifications of negative interest rates, entitlement spending, and declining productivity. (Video Length: 00:06:10)
Mish On Fox News: Sweet Deals, Recessions, Jobs
A discussion on Fox News which involves: the sugar lobby, politics regarding presidential candidate Marco Rubio, my recent recession call, jobs, and Chicago manufacturing. (Video Length: 00:05:32)
Lacy Hunt – "Inflation And 10-Year Treasury Yield Headed Lower"
The critical factor for the long bond is the inflationary environment. Last year was a disappointing year for the economy, moreover the economy ended on a very low note.
Former Dallas Fed Governor Richard Fisher Goes To Squawk Box Confessional: "We Frontloaded A Tremendous Market Rally"; Transcript Of Video
The wealth effect primarily benefited the already wealthy, at the expense of everyone else. In the process, corporations are more debt-leveraged than ever before, and houses are not affordable for those most in need of buying them.
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