Tag Archives: treasuries

Are You Gambling with Your Retirement Account?

And just like that.  The year is half over.  Can you believe it? Hardly the blink of an eye ago we were putting the final touches on our one great big nasty prediction for 2023 – that China will invade … Continue reading

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Washington’s Bias for Continuous Inflationism

This week Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell delivered his semiannual testimony to Congress. A main feature of the discussion was the status of rate hikes and the fight against inflation. Continue reading

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What Comes After the Great Liquidation

Expectations were great. When 2023 started, there was a general sense that the stock and bond markets had turned over a new leaf. A repeat of 2022 was out of the question. Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished?

About the time the most trusted man in America, Walter Cronkite, signed off from the CBS Evening News for the last time, something momentous happened in the U.S. credit market. Few people, apart from Bill Gross and A. Gary Shilling, understood what was going on. Continue reading

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