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What You Must Know About Interest Rates

The buzz has faded away. The intoxicating effects of the mass money printing and debt binge during the coronavirus years has come and gone. But the hangover remains. And while the money printing has subsided – for now – the debt binge has continued. Continue reading

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The Decline and Fall of a High Finance Wizard

Citron trusted his clairvoyance. He believed he knew what the Fed was going to do before the Fed even knew. His apparent acumen had garnered him the highest reputation. He was regard a wizard of high finance. Continue reading

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Fifty Basis Points To Disaster

Fiscal stimulus, including the latest $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act, is a terrible joke. And the means for financing it is a terrible fraud. A massive deficit, piled upon a mammoth debt, made possible by dollar debasement. Continue reading

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Amplified Losses

Federal Open Market Committee meetings are always a spectacle.  The forthcoming FOMC meeting, scheduled for September 16 and 17, should be particularly endearing.  For despite the Fed’s claim to provide transparency the upcoming policy announcement is cloudier than pollywog stew. … Continue reading

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