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Posts tagged 'Inflation'

The Fed’s “Catch 22” - Dave Kranzler (20/02/2018)

By Dave Kranzler 8 months ago 5379 Views 1 comment

The economic definition of “inflation” is the increase in money supply relative to the marginal increase of wealth output (GDP) in the economic system for which money supply is created. This is differentiated from “price inflation,” which is “a general rise in prices.”

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Finally, An Honest Inflation Index – Guess What It Shows - John Rubino (6/12/2017)

By John Rubino 10 months ago 10018 Views 2 comments

Central bankers keep lamenting the fact that record low interest rates and record high currency creation haven’t generated enough inflation (because remember, for these guys inflation is a good thing rather than a dangerous disease).

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The Debt Bubble Is Beginning To Leak Air - Dave Kranzler (23/11/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 11 months ago 7086 Views No comments

This past week SocGen’s macro strategist, Albert Edwards, issued a warning that the falling prices of junk bonds might be “the key area of vulnerability that could bring down the inflated pyramid scheme that the Central Banks have created.”

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Inflation and Counterfeit Credit - Keith Weiner (20/11/2017)

By Keith Weiner 11 months ago 6163 Views No comments

We define inflation as the counterfeiting of credit, where a borrower has neither means or intent to repay.

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Looking For Inflation In All The Wrong Places - John Rubino (14/11/2017)

By John Rubino 11 months ago 7136 Views No comments

But gradually, grudgingly, a handful of mainstream economists do seem to be figuring out that the soaring value of stocks, bonds, real estate, fine art, collectibles and cryptocurrencies is a legitimate sign of a depreciating currency and future instability. Inflation, in other words.

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The Size Of The Financial Avalanche Coming Grows Larger - Dave Kranzler (13/11/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 11 months ago 7408 Views No comments

Inflation vs deflation. The true economic definition of “inflation” is the rate of increase in the money supply in excess of the rate of increase in wealth output. Inflation is monetary in nature.

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Hyperinflation Chronicles, Part 1: Einstein’s Scribble, Newman’s Watch, And Dot-Blockchain - John Rubino (27/10/2017)

By John Rubino 1 years ago 14445 Views No comments

When governments create insane amounts of money, the recipients of that money tend to behave accordingly.

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Are Cryptocurrencies Inflationary? - John Rubino (23/10/2017)

By John Rubino 1 years ago 8689 Views 1 comment

There’s a debate raging over what, exactly, bitcoin and the thousand or so other cryptocurrencies actually are. Some heavy-hitters are weighing in with strong, if not always coherent opinions.

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Richard Sylla: 70% to 80% Chance of Another Global Financial Crisis - Peter Diekmeyer (16/10/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 1 years ago 14114 Views 5 comments

Richard Sylla, co-author of the magisterial A History of Interest Rates, who has studied past long-term credit cycle implosions, warns that a repeat may be at hand.

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Really Bad Ideas: The Fed Should Have – And Defend – An Inflation Target - John Rubino (16/10/2017)

By John Rubino 1 years ago 3923 Views No comments

Central banks in general and the Fed in particular are struggling to understand a world in which they’ve thrown everything they have at the economy without generating “beneficial” inflation. Their confusion can be traced back to some profoundly false assumptions.

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