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The Least Explicable Bubble - John Rubino (4/5/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 8512 Views No comments

Of all the mini-bubbles now inflating out there, maybe the least explicable is the race among emerging market companies to borrow dollars.

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Why We’re Ungovernable: Europe Gets Its Doomsday Scenario - John Rubino (18/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 10883 Views No comments

In France, the right feels betrayed by open borders and excessive regulation, the left by an unaccountable elite that always seems to profit at everyone else’s expense. And both sides suffer from soaring debt at every level of society.

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China Starting To Resemble Bernie Madoff - John Rubino (17/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 14578 Views No comments

Audible.com just released a new show on Bernie Madoff that explains how the world’s biggest financial scam was enabled by banks and hedge funds who were making so much money that they chose to ignore obvious red flags, which sounds a lot like today’s China, Inc.

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After The Crash, Part 1: Solar Stocks - John Rubino (13/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 9094 Views No comments

The frustration out there is palpable. Skim the comments sections of popular financial sites like Zero Hedge or Seeking Alpha and you’ll see gloom-and-doomy articles drawing responses like “You’ve been saying the same %^#&*! thing for years…he’s a broken clock…this is just scare mongering.” And those are the polite responses.

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Welcome To The Third World: Honest Pension Returns Equal Mass-Bankruptcy - John Rubino (10/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 11429 Views No comments

Last year the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, otherwise known as Calpers, cut the expected return on the funds it invests for plan beneficiaries from 7.5% to 7%. Seems like a modest change that should have a correspondingly limited impact on all concerned, right? Alas, that’s not how things work in the realm of compound returns, where small initial changes produce hugely different outcomes.

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What’s Left To Drive The Recovery? Not Much - John Rubino (7/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 13872 Views No comments

US growth, such as it is, has lately been driven by a handful of hot sectors. But now the private sector part of that equation is shifting into low gear.

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Soaring Global Debt Sets Stage For “Unprecedented Private Deleveraging” - John Rubino (6/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 14427 Views 1 comment

Emerging market debt was $7.4 trillion in 1996, and today it’s $55 trillion. US and UK government debt has doubled – from already historically-high levels — since 2006.

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Maybe The Recovery Wasn’t Real After All - John Rubino (3/4/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 14878 Views No comments

For a while there it looked like the US and its main trading partners had finally achieved escape velocity. Growth was up, inflation was poking through the Fed’s 2% target, and most measures of consumer sentiment were bordering on euphoric.Then it all started to evaporate.

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Two Trends That Will Force The Fed To Start Buying Stocks - John Rubino (27/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 13976 Views No comments

While the Japanese and Swiss central banks have turned themselves into hedge funds by loading up on equities, the US Fed has stuck to supporting the stock market indirectly, by buying bonds. It’s worked, obviously, with all major US indexes at record highs. But it won’t work going forward, thanks to two gathering trends.

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Be Careful What You Wish For, Police Body-Cam Edition - John Rubino (27/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 8062 Views No comments

But what if police body cameras also extend the surveillance network exponentially? In the future, if a policeman is facing you, he might be filming you. From there, all it will take is real-time facial recognition technology, and Big Brother will be walking the streets with eyes wide open.

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Don’t Hide Your Gold Coins Where Your Thermostat Can See - John Rubino (21/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 7459 Views No comments

Now that process is repeating with the Internet of things (IoT). As pretty much every device in homes and businesses is imbued with sensors and connected to internal networks and/or the broader Web, hackers are exploiting the many resulting vulnerabilities.

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Welcome to the Third World: State Schools Scale Waaayyy Back - John Rubino (20/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 6320 Views No comments

For today’s students, the college experience is very different from what their Baby Boomer parents remember. Money is tight, part-time jobs dominate student schedules, classes are bigger and are taught by less qualified adjuncts or grad assistants, and student loans are a crushing burden.

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Inflation + Populism = Soaring Gold - John Rubino (15/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 6734 Views No comments

Inflation is back, thanks to the past few years’ exuberant borrowing and currency creation. Meanwhile, populist politicians are gaining traction in Europe, threatening both the European Union and the Eurozone.

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Fossil Fuels Are Toast – But Real Assets Are Still The Place To Be - John Rubino (10/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 6543 Views No comments

With all the oil-related headlines we’re exposed to each day, you might assume that “black gold,” along with other fossil fuels like coal and natural gas, matter to humanity’s future. You’d be wrong. Like Keynesian economics and fiat currencies, fossil fuels are near the end of their run. From here on out, solar is the story.

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2016 Debt Binge Produces (Surprise!) 2017 Inflation. Guess What That Means For 2018? - John Rubino (10/3/2017)

By John Rubino 3 years ago 6133 Views No comments

Just as everyone was finally accepting the idea of deflation and negative interest rates, inflation decides to pay a return visit.

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