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Gordon T. Long has been publicly offering his financial and economic writing since 2010, following a career internationally in technology, senior management & investment finance. He brings a unique perspective to macroeconomic analysis because of his broad background, which is not typically ... more

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Macro Analytics - The Supply Demand Services Problem With Charles Hugh Smith
In this unrehearsed with TalkMarkets contributor Charles Hugh Smith, we discuss services as an element of what is always economically referred to as goods and services.
Searching For Longer-Term S&P 500 Support
Here's a traditional technical analysis that gives an interesting longer-term pattern on the S&P 500.
There Is A High Risk Potential Of An Uncontrolled Algo Selling Feedback Loop
One of the main culprits who have been identified for the relentless selling in recent weeks has been the all-encompassing category of "algo traders".
The Stealth Reason Why The Stock Market Keeps On Rising
It has become increasingly critical to properly assess shrinking stock supply to know both why the stock market may still continues rising in the face of quantitative tightening and what consequentially might trigger an equity market reversal.
Global Liquidity, Credit & Flows
The stable credit profile of the US is likely to face downward pressure in the long-term.
The Game Of Risk Transfer
A discussion on the inconvenient reality that risk cannot be destroyed, it can only be transferred to others. Who's holding the hot potato of systemic risk now?
Cost Of Carry Likely To Trigger The Next Recession As Entire Debt Construct Comes Under Pressure
Higher interest rates will ultimately trigger the next recession as the entire debt construct will be weighted down by the burdens of cost of carry.
2018: Year Of Accelerating Social Change - Time For A Change
The already wealthy get wealthier, everyone else gets poorer as wages and purchasing power stagnate.
A Speculative Look Into The Future
Regarding globalization, financialization, and coordinated monetary policies.
Is Central Bank Tightening Realistic?
The expressed reasons for the requirement for "Normalization" of US Monetary Policy is that the US Economy is now over 8 years into the recovery with low unemployment rates and signs of a broad-based (though weak) recovery.
The Results Of Financialization - The Big Reversal
After three and half decades the global economy has now entered a three and half year period of slow rotational change which will likely be seen in future years as the "Great Reversal".
The Big Reversal
After three and half decades the global economy has now entered a three and half year period of slow rotational change which will likely be seen in future years as the "Great Reversal".
The FOMC's November 1st Meeting Conundrum
The Federal Reserve has been very clear through its' forward policy guidance that it will slowly increase the Fed Funds Rate.
Why A New Form Of 'Nationalization' Will Occur
The extended period of Quantitative Easing (QE) and ZIRP have now left the major global central bankers in an untenable position because of the era of unlimited leverage which it has fostered.
In An Era Of Financialization, Who Really Owns The U.S. Corporation?
Some new investors may need to be reminded that all debt interest owed is paid before one cent of profit is ever earned. Debt holders are always paid unless bankruptcy protection occurs.
The Road To Financialization With Charles Hugh Smith
How we got to where we are today? A discussion of the chronology of US & Global Monetary Events regarding the Evolution of Financialization in America.
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