Monthly Archives: May 2016

Fed Up With The Fed.

Fed Up With The Fed Central Banking has been contentious for centuries “The Bank is trying to kill me, but I will kill it.” — President Andrew Jackson Now the whole world is in thrall to central banks and their … Continue reading

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The Endgame. Clarity On Macro-Economic Delusions.

“A man’s ignorance sometimes is not only useful, but beautiful — while his knowledge, so called, is oftentimes worse than useless, besides being ugly. Which is the best man to deal with — he who knows nothing about a subject, … Continue reading

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Policymakers Have No Endgame. Markets Do.

Stanley Druckenmiller may have the best hedge fund record of all time. Not many investors can average around 30% per annum for a couple of decades. Druckenmiller is pictured above with George Soros his partner in perhaps the most astonishing … Continue reading

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Walking Dead Of Debt

  “Published on May 9, 2016 Using credit–which most other economists ignore–to explain why Japan, the USA and UK are among the “Walking Dead of Debt” and why China, Canada, Australia and South Korea are on their way to joining … Continue reading

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Flawed Assumptions. Grand Experiments. Stan Druckenmiller Goes Unequivocal.

  The current economic cycle is remarkably normal. Policy not so much. “Flawed Assumptions and Grand experiments” But the New Normal is anything but normal; “All the readings of artificial life-support and manipulation are off the charts.” “central bankers have … Continue reading

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