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  • Japan First To Panic, Won’t Be The Last…
    By on June 11, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    The most widely-reported result of the recent G-7 meeting was Japan’s attempt to convince the other major economies to admit that a crisis is imminent and take appropriately radical steps. The response seems to have been a bunch of blank stares. As India’s Business Standard noted: G7 pact offer...
  • Unintended Consequences – Part 2: Easy Money = ...
    By on June 8, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    It’s unclear what China was thinking when it was borrowed all those trillions to quadruple its capacity to make steel, cement and other basic industrial products. There’s no record of it checking in with the other countries that have such industries to see if a sudden surge of cheap imports was ...
  • Will Deutsche Bank Survive This Wave Of Trouble Or Wi...
    By on May 26, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    If you have been waiting for “the next Lehman Brothers moment” which will cause the global financial system to descend into a state of mass panic, you might want to keep a close eye on German banking giant Deutsche Bank.  It is approximately three times larger than Lehman Brothers was, and if t...
  • Unintended Consequences – Part 1: Easy Money = ...
    By on May 20, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    Somewhere back in the depths of time the world got the idea that easy money — that is, low interest rates and high levels of government spending — would produce sustainable growth with modest but positive inflation. And for a while it seemed to work. But that was an illusion. What actually happe...
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    By on April 20, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
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  • The Panama Papers: Consequences of Centralized Money ...
    By on April 6, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    Technologies such as the blockchain are enabling alternative ways of creating and distributing money outside central banks and states. If we don’t change the way money is created and distributed, we will never change anything. This is the core message of my book A Radically Beneficial World: A...
  • China’s Latest Lending Orgy
    By on February 18, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    Well, you can’t fault China for not trying to resuscitate their ailing economy and flagging stock market via yet another reckless expansion of credit and debt as detailed in this Bloomberg report that includes the video below with some startling long-term data. As I recall from my brief foray int...
  • Epic Battle: Hedge Funds vs China
    By on February 3, 2016 | No Comments  Comments
    George Soros’ successful bet against the British pound back in 1992 remains one of financial history’s epic tales. The short version of the story begins with Britain linking its currency, the pound, to the German deutschmark via the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM). But Britain’s inflati...
  • China: First Freefall. Then Panic. Now What?
    By on August 26, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    How does the Chinese market meltdown fit into Asia BIG Elliott wave picture? By Elliott Wave International Yes, China has crashed. But what about the big picture? Learn more in this new interview with Chris Carolan, Elliott Wave International’s Global Opportunities Expert and recipient of th...
  • One of the Most Useful Reports About Markets You Will...
    By on August 7, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Consider this July 23 Reuters headline: GM earnings more than doubles on U.S. truck demand Suppose you had the news about GM’s earnings a day in advance. Would you have gone long the market? If you had, you’d have been on the wrong side of the trend. U.S. stock indexes finished lower o...
  • China: Major Devaluation Coming
    By on July 29, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    The whole “market economy” thing is turning out to be a little trickier than China’s dictators expected. To set up the story: After the 2008 crash the country borrowed about $15 trillion (an amount that dwarfs the US Fed’s quantitative easing programs) and spent the proceeds on history’s b...
  • Central Banks Ready To Panic — Again
    By on July 27, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Less than a decade after a housing/derivatives bubble nearly wiped out the global financial system, a new and much bigger commodities/derivatives bubble is threatening to finish the job. Raw materials are tanking as capital pours out of the most heavily-impacted countries and into anything that look...
  • China’s Stock-Bubble Burst
    By on July 11, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    China’s stock bubble has burst, with its stock markets utterly collapsing after rocketing parabolic.  The failure of this popular speculative mania has grave implications for the global stock markets.  It shatters the universally-believed myth that central banks can nullify normal market cycles....
  • As Goes The Credit Market, So Goes The World
    By on June 10, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    During the prior economic cycle of 2003-2007, one question I asked again and again was: Is the US running on a business cycle or a credit cycle? That question was prompted by a series of data I have tracked for decades; data that tells a very important story about the character of the US economy. Sp...
  • In Denial: We Pursue Endless Growth At Our Peril
    By on June 10, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    As we’ve been discussing of late here at PeakProsperity.com, humans desperately need a new story to live by. The old one is increasingly dysfunctional and rather obviously headed for either a quite dismal or possibly disastrous future. One of the chief impediments to recognizing the dysfunctio...
  • Interest Rates Spiking Everywhere
    By on May 20, 2015 | No Comments  Comments
    Just as ultra-low interest rates start to seem normal, the markets decide otherwise. US 10-year Treasury bonds yielded about 1.9% in April and are now above 2.20%: And the trend reversal isn’t limited to the US. Across Europe and Asia rates have spiked in the past month. From Bloomberg: What doe...

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