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The Upside Of The Great Depression Of The 2020s
The monster of all monsters is rampaging far and wide. The Federal Reserve, the central bank responsible for issuing U.S. legal tender notes, is going big. But its aim is small.
Boeing’s Bean Counter Culture And Mass Financialization
The scuttlebutt on Tuesday was that the government’s imminent coronavirus bailout package would earmark $60 billion to keep Boeing solvent. One would think that in its moment of striking failure the company would practice a little humility.
Is The Panic Worse Than The Virus?
The Great Panic of 2020 is already one for the history books. Yet the damage has only just begun.
Your 12-Point Great Depression II Survival Guide
The death of the bull market, for example, marks the birth of a new bear market. The DJIA must fall an additional 30 percent – approximately – before the bear market dies and a new bull market is born.
Destruction By Definition
Bull markets, like myths and legends, die hard in America.
Where Did Your Money Go?
It all seems so systematic, arranged, and orderly. Almost a direct proof of deism. Sixty seconds make a minute, 60 minutes make an hour, 24 hours make a day, and one day equals one complete rotation of the planet earth.
China’s Debts Are Coming Due At The Worst Possible Time
The economic consequences of coronavirus are quickly piling up like garbage along the streets of Los Angeles. Breaking supply chains, closed Chinese factories, iPhone disruptions, and massive shortages of Chinese made products.
The Secret To Fun And Easy Stock Market Riches
On Tuesday, at the precise moment Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell commenced delivering his semiannual monetary policy report to the House Financial Services Committee, something unpleasant happened.
The Impulses Of Lunar Fed Policy Under Repo Madness
The Fed, through its repo madness program, has supplied financial markets – including big banks like JP Morgan – with mass liquidity. But that’s not all.
Living On Borrowed Time
The budget deficit for the first three months of the 2020 fiscal year, which started in October, is up 12 percent over this time last year.
Geopolitical Shocks And Financial Markets
The procession of news through the week – namely that chronicling the aftermath of the targeted drone strike and killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani – advanced with an agreeable flow.
How The Fed Robs You
When the Fed inflates your money away it not only robs you of your money. It robs you of your time.
Vision 2020: One Essential Insight For The Year Ahead
The S&P 500 will close out the year down precisely 32 percent. The yield on the 10-Year Treasury note will rise to 3.19 percent. And gold will sparkle to a new all-time high, eclipsing $1,900 per ounce.
Banana Republic Money Debasement In America
The U.S. debt-based fiat money system, which is dependent on greater and greater issuances of Fed credit, is set up for ultimate failure and disaster.
HH Every Bubble Eventually Finds Its Pin
The transfer of wealth from workers and savers to governments and big banks continued this week with Swiss-like precision. The process is both mechanical and subtle.
The Fed’s Answer To The Ghastly Monster Of Its Creation
Over the past decade, the U.S. economy, as measured by nominal gross domestic product (GDP), has increased about 50 percent.
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