Monthly Archives: November 2020

The Sisyphean Folly of Printing Press Money

We are living the Sisyphean folly of printing press money.  With each passing decade, extreme monetary and fiscal policies distort the economy and financial market in irregular and insane ways.  When the lopsided effects become wholly unstable the inevitable crisis arrives. Continue reading

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The U.S. Government Will Inflate To The Bitter End

Without question, the student debt crisis is a disgrace. There are roughly 45 million student loan borrowers who owe on the order of $1.6 trillion. Most of this debt is from federal student loans. Continue reading

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Loathe for the Stimulus Era

The days in the northern hemisphere inch shorter. The predawn darkness greets us as we step down our front stoop in the morning. Nightfall welcomes us when we return in the evening. Yet while the days inch shorter. The stock market zigs and zags. One day it’s fear. The next day it’s greed. Continue reading

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America’s Recline and Flail Goes On

Nothing’s shocking in 2020. Not lockdowns. Not pandemic hysteria. And certainly not election chaos. To the latter, it was expected all along. Continue reading

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