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Posts tagged 'economy'

New Thinking and Different Actions - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 1 month ago 5980 Views No comments

The consequences of western financial actions and thinking will be increasingly unpleasant for everyone but the financial and political elite. More of the same will be increasingly less viable for the rest of us.

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Harvey, Irma, Jeopardy, and Knox - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 1 month ago 6238 Views No comments

It’s simple: H – I – J – K tells the story.

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Overvalued Stocks are Ruining the Economy - Rory Hall

By Rory Hall 1 month ago 5920 Views No comments

The damage corporate stock buybacks has done to the economy can not be over-emphasized.

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Trump’s Big Decision: Why Not Danielle DiMartino Booth For A Fed Post? - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 months ago 72215 Views 4 comments

US President Donald Trump’s decision about who will replace Janet Yellen when her Fed chairmanship expires in February will be the biggest of his Presidency.

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A 1970s self-help guru’s hint why investors may be duped (again) - Peter Diekmeyer

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 months ago 10112 Views No comments

America’s top forecasters missed the 2008 crash, during which stock investors lost half their money. With stocks trading at record highs it looks like experts are again ignoring warnings signs. What gives?

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“What, Me Worry?” Markets - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 2 months ago 6241 Views No comments

Global central banks, including the Federal Reserve, created “What, Me Worry?” markets after the 2008 crash. There has been little worry since the November election, until now. But the market worry level may have increased.

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Really Bad Ideas: Government Debt Isn’t Actually Debt - John Rubino

By John Rubino 2 months ago 3770 Views No comments

The failure of fiat currency and fractional reserve banking to produce a government-managed utopia is generating very few mea culpas, but lots of rationalizations.

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Why Is The Dow Outperforming The SPX And Naz? - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 2 months ago 3868 Views No comments

Singer has been quite vocal recently about the inevitability of an eventual market/systemic collapse. It’s not a question of “if,” but of “when.”

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Planning for an Uncertain Future - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 2 months ago 6247 Views 3 comments

It’s easy finding asset classes which will allow us to hedge against known or predictable events. However, when it comes to protecting us against unprecedented threats, which could strike at any time, very few asset classes compare with History’s proven safe havens.

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Dumb And Dumber: Money Keeps Pouring In - John Rubino

By John Rubino 2 months ago 4161 Views No comments

Someday, stock, bond and real estate valuations will matter again. And the mechanism by which this return to sanity is achieved will probably be the torrent of money now flowing in from people who, for various reasons, don’t care about (or understand) the prices they’re paying.

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