Category Archives: Debt

The Rocky Road of a Trump Presidency

“Is a real civil war possible?” Source: Doug Casey on Why Trump Came Out on Top






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Would You Lend Any Government Money For 70 Years?

Economics professor Joe Salerno explains the current rush to pay government debt.  “Last week, Austria issued a 70-year bond, the longest dated sovereign in the Eurozone.?” Source: What Mises Would Say About Austria’s New 70-year Bond






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Paul Krugman’s crystal ball is a little fuzzy

Robert Wenzel takes down Krugman’s forecasting abilities.  






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Robert Wenzel dissects the ATT/Time Warner deal

Is this the top of the stock market?  






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Trump’s Missed Opportunities… Hillary’s left-wing agenda and warmongering

Since it’s midterm time let me give each candidate a letter grade for last night’s debate performance. Donald gets a B- and Hillary gets her usual F, for her collectivist ideology, trickle-down economics, and continued warmongering. Donald missed several opportunities … Continue reading






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Bull or bear market ahead?

“Last Monday, I discussed why you should be worried about corrections due to the damage inflicted upon your investment capital and the time required to “get back…” Source: Past Is Prologue: New Secular Bull Or A Repeat Of The 70’s … Continue reading






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Stockman’s new book, Trumped, reviewed by Justin Raimondo

I have started reading David Stockman’s new book last week.  It is everything Raimondo says it is.  Read it.   “I have to admit to being alternately puzzled and depressed that I seemed to be the only libertarian with a major … Continue reading






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Scott Garrett, Donald Trump and others on why the Fed is the problem

“Now that’s more like it. Echoing Donald Trump’s Monday night bull’s-eye regarding the Fed’s thoroughly political essence, Rep. Scott Garrett put more wood to Janet Yellen du…” Source: The Fed’s Monetary Politburo Is Finally Catching Some Flack






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David Stockman’s spot on analysis






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Massive US Treasury Dump

The end of the dollar standard?   “When looking at the selling by foreign central banks over the past 12 months, reveals something unexpected: a not so stealthy, make that gargantuan $335 billion in Treasury liquidations in the period July 2015- … Continue reading






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You can just call me Jeff

Tom DiLorenzo sent me a copy of his new book, The Problem With Socialism, with the following inscription.  You can hear Tom Woods interview Tom here.  This book should be a best seller based on my review of the contents.   … Continue reading






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An insider warns about excessive debt

“John Mauldin, Financial Expert, Best-Selling Author, and Editor of Thoughts from the Frontline Investment Newsletter. Offering Financial & Economic Analysis, Research.” Source: MauldinEconomics.com






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A gloomy assessment of the future

“Six Major Events That Will Change History By Egon von Greyerz   Investors globally have never faced risk of the magnitude that the we are now exposed to. But sadly very few are aware of the un…” Source: Six Major … Continue reading






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Debt is crushing the global economy

“Max Keiser Financial War Reports” Source: [KR940] Keiser Report: Gold & World’s Debt Problems | Max Keiser






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