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Posts tagged 'Inflation'

The Dancing Bears - Jeff Thomas

By Jeff Thomas 4 days ago 2271 Views No comments

But crashes don’t always occur as soon as they become logical. As long as the public can be fooled into remaining confident in the system, a doomed economy can limp along for a bit before toppling. Statistics on unemployment and inflation can be fudged (and they have been).

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The Big Short, Part Two - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 6 days ago 3547 Views No comments

The stock market is perhaps the most disconnected from the underlying fundamental systemic reality than at any time in history.

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When the Tidal Wave Hits, Part III - Jeff Nielson

By Jeff Nielson 7 days ago 3301 Views 2 comments

Principles are not like clothing, to be changed or removed whenever it suits us to do so. Principles are immutable just like rights are supposed to be immutable. Legal principles are the basis for all of our rights. Abandon those principles and the rights disappear. Our governments have abandoned all of our most important legal principles, and our rights have disappeared.

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March 17 - Weekly Wrap-Up with Eric Sprott

By Craig Hemke 10 days ago 5625 Views

This week, Eric Sprott discusses the latest moves by the US Fed, in the context of a slowing economy and rising inflation, and how this should lead to higher precious metals prices in 2017.

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Inflation + Populism = Soaring Gold - John Rubino

By John Rubino 12 days ago 1923 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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2016 Debt Binge Produces (Surprise!) 2017 Inflation. Guess What That Means For 2018? - John Rubino

By John Rubino 17 days ago 1828 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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Insanity Prevails In The Stock Market - Dave Kranzler

By Dave Kranzler 26 days ago 4080 Views 3 comments

The Dow and the S&P 500 stock indices are emblematic for the degree to which the U.S. economic, financial, political and social system has dislocated from reality. Insanity prevails in a system that is corrupted to the core.

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The Return of Stagflation - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 1 month ago 2048 Views No comments

The 1970s was the decade of “stagflation.” Interest rates and commodity prices rose, the nation was deeply divided politically, and the S&P was mostly flat. It was a difficult time for most Americans as debt and prices increased while incomes slowly followed. American prestige declined. 2017 – 2025 could be a repeat of the 1970s.

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The Sudden Onset of Inflation - Craig Hemke

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 5316 Views No comments

Isn't it interesting that, all of a sudden and after eight years of supposedly flat prices and deflation fears, all the rage is "surging inflation" and this phenomena may "force the Fed to act" to raise rates again as soon as March?

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Depression, Stagflation, Stag-Depress-Flation - Gary Christenson

By Gary Christenson 2 months ago 3037 Views No comments

Expect much more inflation, like the 1970s and worse, as government and the Fed “stimulate” the economy with currency printing, QE, war, and spending. Congress likes spending projects and wars. The Fed likes devaluation of the dollar and inflation of the currency. The dollar has lost, compared to gold, over 98% of its value since 1913. Expect further devaluation of the dollar.

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