Monthly Archives: November 2017

Remember how the Fed, ECB and others all claimed ZIRP and QE were about generating economic growth, making mortgages more affordable, and helping consumers? Well, that was a gigantic lie. The truth is that every major policy employed by Central … Continue reading

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What do formerly successful hedge funds going out of business, wacky economic data points, and the election of populists like Donald Trump all have in common? All of them are the product of The Everything Bubble. In the aftermath of … Continue reading

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This year, (2017) was the year that the financial system moved from fearing deflation to expecting inflation. You can see this in the breakout in inflation expectations. From 2013 until mid-2016, the financial system’s expectations of future inflation were in … Continue reading

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Everywhere one looks, inflation is roaring. Oil is about to hit $60 a barrel, having risen 10% this year alone. Moreover, home prices have hit new all-time highs, surpassing even their 2006 peaks. Don’t forget that inflation expectations are breaking … Continue reading

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The Fed claims it’s “confused” as to why inflation remains so low. The Fed isn’t confused at all. It intentionally measures inflation in ridiculous ways to guarantee that the “official number” remains nowhere near reality. On top of this, we … Continue reading

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Something extraordinary happened yesterday. And no one is talking about it. The ECB proposed removing “deposit insurance” for bank deposits. Put another way, the ECB wants to make it so that if an EU bank fails, the individuals who keep … Continue reading

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Are you prepared to invest based on a huge inflationary move in 2018? I ask because this move is coming, whether you prepare or not. Below is a chart for Producer Prices, which measures the prices wholesalers are charging for … Continue reading

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They finally did it. Since 2008, Central Banks have been desperately trying to generate inflation. They know they cannot produce growth (hence why both the Fed and the ECB abandoned this as a goal in their statements back in 2013)… … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about inflation. There are two types of inflation in the world… the “inflation” that you and I experience in the form of a rising cost of living induced by Central Banks devaluing our currencies… …and the inflation that … Continue reading

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The world is careening towards an inflationary shock. As was the case with the beginning of the Housing Crash, few are noticing what’s happening. And even fewer realize the true scale of what’s about to take place. Below is a … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about Junk Bonds. Junk Bonds are corporate debt issued by companies that have a significant chance of defaulting (meaning they don’t pay you back). Why would anyone want to lend these companies money? Because these bonds are risky, … Continue reading

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Something truly massive happened in early 2017. That “something” was the market shifted from deflation towards an inflationary outlook. If you don’t believe me, you can see for yourself. Inflation expectations broke out of a multi-year downtrend. Not only that, … Continue reading

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Jerome Powell will be the next Fed Chair. Whether or not this is fact is difficult to tell. Neither the White House nor Powell himself has confirmed the news. However, at the end of … Continue reading

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Dear Reader, If you’re looking for answers as to why the US financial system is the way it is… or have questions about what’s coming down the pike in the financial markets, pick up a copy of our bestselling book … Continue reading

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