Tag Archives: business cycle

Don’t Blame Trump When the World Ends

There was, indeed, a time when clear thinking and lucid communication via the written word were held in high regard.  As far as we can tell, this wonderful epoch concluded in 1936.  Everything since has been tortured with varying degrees … Continue reading

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The One Thing that Will Change Everything

“There are more things in heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.” – William Shakespeare, Hamlet Ticking Time Bomb The American populace counts down to Election Day with impatient intent.  Will their party man occupy the … Continue reading

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Meddling with Markets for Work and for Pleasure

The popular economic theme being reported by the popular press still remains.  That the economy is grinding higher.  That growth is improving, albeit slowly.  That blue skies are just over the horizon. Naturally we have some misgivings.  As far as … Continue reading

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The Number One Factor Influencing Fed Monetary Policy

A brief scan of the financial and economic landscape – both in the U.S. and abroad – offers ample confirmation that we are in the midst of a great reset.  From a feint tickle at the turn of the new … Continue reading

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