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As the Controlled Inflation Scheme Rolls On

American consumers are not only feeling good.  They’re feeling great.  They’re borrowing money – and spending it – like tomorrow will never come. On Monday the Federal Reserve released its latest report of consumer credit outstanding.  According to the Fed’s … Continue reading

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Several Simple Suppositions and Suspicions for 2018

The New Year’s nearly here.  The slate’s been wiped clean.  New hopes, new dreams, and new fantasies, are all within reach.  Today’s the day to make a double fisted grab for them. Without question, 2018 will be the year that … Continue reading

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The Three Headed Debt Monster That’s Going to Rampage the Economy

“The bank is something more than men, I tell you.  It’s the monster.  Men made it, but they can’t control it.” – John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath Mass Infusions of New Credit Something strange and somewhat senseless happened this … Continue reading

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Recession Watch Fall 2017

Treasury yields are attempting to say something.  But what it is exactly is open to interpretation.  What’s more, only the most curious care to ponder it. Like Southern California’s obligatory June Gloom, what Treasury yields may appear to be foreshadowing … Continue reading

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