Analyst at Clarity Financial

Jesse is an economic analyst and Forbes columnist who was recognized by the London Times for warning about the U.S. housing and credit bubble as a university student. Jesse continues to warn about dangerous post-2009 economic bubbles and has over 100,000 social media followers. Jesse graduated ... more


Ballooning Global Debt Will Undo Poverty Improvements
Unfortunately, the global economy is heading toward a point of total debt saturation, which is the inevitable result of debt growing faster than the underlying economy.
Delinquencies Are Surging As $1.6 Trillion Student Loan Bubble Inflates
U.S. student-loan delinquencies surged in 2018, hitting a record $166.4 billion in the fourth quarter.
Charlie Munger: U.S. Rich-Poor Gap Will Bridge Itself
U.S. household wealth is currently experiencing an unsustainable bubble that is the main reason for growing U.S. wealth and income inequality. This bubble is largely driven by bubbles in stocks and bonds.
Surge In Delinquencies Threatens U.S. Auto Loan Bubble
It’s only a matter of time before the U.S. auto sales and loan bubble experiences a serious bust. Rising delinquencies are just the start, I’m afraid.
America’s 1% Hasn’t Had This Much Wealth Since The Roaring Twenties
Growing U.S. wealth inequality is the byproduct of an unsustainable bubble in asset prices such as stocks and bonds.
The Market Is Caught In A Tug Of War
Ever since the market plunge and sharp reversal late last year, the financial markets have been trading in a truly bizarre, confusing manner.


ANGI Angie's List Inc.
EDEL Edelbrock Corp
EDEN iShares MSCI Denmark Capped
EEB Claymore Exchange-Traded Fund Trust
EEM iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index
EIDO iShares MSCI Indonesia
ENOR iShares Trust
EWA iShares MSCI Australia Index Fund
EWC iShares MSCI Canada Index Fund
EWS iShares MSCI Singapore Index Fund
GRPN Groupon Inc.
MSFT Microsoft Corporation
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Work Experience

Contributing Editor
September 2013 - Present (5 years 6 months)
Economic Analyst
Analyst at Clarity Financial & Financial Crisis Researcher
April 2004 - Present (15 years 1 month)

Economic analyst and who warns about bubbles and future financial crises.

In 2008 - at age 22 - Jesse was recognized by The Times of London for warning about the U.S. housing and credit bubble as a university student via a website he built called ""

In 2005, the LA Times recognized this site as one of the four most highly-trafficked housing bubble-related websites.


State University of New York at Stony Brook
Bachelor of Science
2004 / 2008