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Posts tagged 'Peter Diekmeyer'

Kotlikoff: America in Worse Financial Shape than Russia or China - Peter Diekmeyer (24/10/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 7 months ago 33678 Views 17 comments

America’s all-in deficit will top $6 trillion this year, says one expert. That’s nine times higher than the $666 billion announced by the US Treasury.

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

By Peter Diekmeyer 7 months ago 12977 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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An Accountant Smells a Rat - Peter Diekmeyer (2/10/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 months ago 12194 Views 3 comments

Two decades ago, Doug Noland was so worried about imbalances surrounding the dot.com boom that he began to title his weekly reports “The Credit Bubble Bulletin.” Years later, he forecast the impending 2008 crisis. A coming implosion, he warns, could be the biggest yet.

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Stossel, Moen Weigh In on Bank of Canada Free Market Economist, Alt-media Ban - Peter Diekmeyer (15/9/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 months ago 10205 Views No comments

Criticism continues to mount in the wake of the Bank of Canada’s exclusion of free market economists and the two-tier media strategy it implemented at a key policy-making conference, held yesterday in Ottawa.

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Bank of Canada Shuts Out Free Market Economists from Key Policy Conference - Peter Diekmeyer (8/9/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 9 months ago 18993 Views 8 comments

Next week’s Bank of Canada policy conference appears set to deliver standard talking points. Not a single free market economist has been invited and the alternative-financial press is also being shut out.

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Trump’s Big Decision: Why Not Danielle DiMartino Booth For A Fed Post? - Peter Diekmeyer (28/8/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 9 months ago 74139 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 (14/8/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 9 months ago 11314 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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How Mises University Became America’s Most Important Economics Program - Peter Diekmeyer (21/7/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 10 months ago 18127 Views 2 comments

Global debts and asset prices are rising, as is economic inequality. Bubbles abound. The Bank for International Settlements is warning of a potential synchronized financial collapse. Capitalism appears set to take the blame. Is that smart?

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Why Are Financial Advisors Keeping Quiet About A 25% Risk-Free Return? - Peter Diekmeyer (5/7/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 11 months ago 6155 Views 2 comments

One simple strategy would save 120 million Americans tens of thousands of dollars each. But financial experts, politicians and economists are keeping mum. What else aren’t they telling you about?

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Rosen Slams Canadian Accountants: “Investors Are Being Swindled" - Peter Diekmeyer (28/6/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 11 months ago 14038 Views 2 comments

The Trudeau Government is following the Conservatives’ practice of hiding the lion’s share of Canada’s massive debts. Businesses are increasingly cooking the books, too, says one expert. Worse, auditors are playing along.

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