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Choking On the Salt of Debt

Roughly three years ago, after traversing between Los Angeles and San Francisco via the expansive San Joaquin Valley, we penned the article, Salting the Economy to Death.  At the time, the monetary order was approach peak ZIRP.  We found the … Continue reading

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Are the Voices in Fed President Kashkari’s Head Speaking Lies?

The government continues its approach towards full meltdown.  The stock market does too.  But when it comes down to it, these are mere distractions from the bigger breakdown that’s bearing down upon us. The average working stiff has little time … Continue reading

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Tales from “The Master of Disaster”

Daylight extends a little further into the evening with each passing day.  Moods ease.  Contentment rises.  These are some of the many delights the northern hemisphere has to offer this time of year. As summer approaches, and dispositions loosen, something … Continue reading

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What Fed Chair Powell Forgot to Mention

What are the chances of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell being wrong?  The chances he’ll be wrong on the economy’s growth prospects, the direction of the federal funds rate, and inflation itself?  Our guess is his chances of being wrong … Continue reading

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