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How Capital is Allocated in 2016

Distilling down and projecting out the economy’s limitless spectrum of interrelationships is near impossible to do with any regular accuracy.  The inputs are too vast.  The relationships are too erratic. Quite frankly, keeping tabs on it all is beyond human … Continue reading

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The Prelude to QE4

The U.S. economy officially exited the Great Recession in June 2009.  But the recovery hasn’t done much to lift the broad population’s lot in life.  Six years into it, and the economy trudges along like a jack donkey up a … Continue reading

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How the World Becomes Unrecognizable

Ninety three percent of Americans believe Elvis Presley is dead.  That means 7 percent believe he’s still alive.  The real insight here is that 7 percent of Americans are morons. The secondary insight is that a statistical result of 93 … Continue reading

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Skeletons in the Closet

Just when the mainstream press thought they had a solid theme to report, something unexpected happened.  No one quite knows what’s going on for sure.  But the economy’s popular storyline appears to be drifting off plot. The general consensus since … Continue reading

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