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Do You Hear a Bell Ringing?

The sun shines brightest across the North American continent as we enter summer’s dog days. Cold sweet lemonade is the refreshment of choice at ballparks and swimming holes alike. Many people drink it after cutting the grass, or whenever else a respite from the heat and some thirst quenching satisfaction is needed. Continue reading

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More Monetary Policy Madness

Something extraordinarily uncommon is happening.  Something that hasn’t happened since 1988…back when the U.S. federal debt was just $2.6 trillion. According to the Institute of International Finance, wealth is not flowing into emerging markets for the first time in 27 … Continue reading

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China’s Exercise in Futility

At the moment, it appears the Chinese government has forestalled a full stock market meltdown.  To do so, the People’s Bank of China made direct purchases of stocks trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.  What type of chimera is this? … Continue reading

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