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Will You Play It Fast And Loose?
At the point of maximum fear, when the sky is falling, the world is ending, and shares of Bank of America trade below $8, what will you do? Will you play it safe? Or will you play it fast and loose? Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Stock Market Tagged bank crisis, deflation, fast and loose, inflation, quantitative tightening 25 Comments
Pandemic, Economic Collapse, Full Societal Breakdown
The recline and flail of western civilization beats on. Pandemic, economic collapse, full societal breakdown. The sequence grooves from one to the next with the symbiotic disharmony of a minor pentatonic scale. Continue reading
Posted in MN Gordon, Politics Tagged deflation, economic collapse, inflation, pandemic, societal breakdown 22 Comments
Will We Get the 1930s or 1970s?
What’s the deal with your neighbor? His car’s 12 years old. His house has minimal upgrades. He’s the only guy left on the street who still cuts his own grass. Is he a weirdo? Or is he a millionaire? Certainly, … Continue reading
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A Stock Market Spectacular
What a week. Can you believe it? Stock prices have gone bipolar. What is going on? According to “Bond King” Bill Gross, “The good times are over.” He’s predicting “minus signs in front of the returns for many asset classes” … Continue reading
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