Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Bigger Banking Crisis

IMF: “Deutsche Bank Poses The Greatest Risk To the Global Financial System” Central banks (BIS) say their actions have “started to backfire” Recent rise in US delinquency rates on bank loans is shocking Chimerica in Crisis Good Time to Read … Continue reading

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Imagine … its not easy to do.

John Hussman does a great job of explaining the astonishing series of policy errors that have led to the most extreme and unstable economic and market conditions in history. Two decades ago it might have seemed impossible that policy would have travelled … Continue reading

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Janet Whiffs Again. Blind To The Economic Cycle.

Blind to the economic cycle ECRI explains how far they are off the economic cycle map They are completely off on the credit cycle too China’s hard landing has already begun Negative government bond yields in Japan, Germany and Switzerland. … Continue reading

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Why Investors/Advisors Underperform. Good Time to Check!

  Dalbar Report. Psychological factors are the main contribution to poor returns. Bad Math. Bad Investment Advice. Steve Keen explains bad economic policy in yesterday’s interview Why not add in the most extreme and unstable world market conditions? Yellen’s favorite labor market indicator … Continue reading

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Better Policy Requires Acceptance Of Complete Failure

“Central bankers must accept the complete and utter failure of their policies if we are to move forward.” Natural Capital Formation is being destroyed Unsurprisingly, new business formation has fallen off a cliff  Investment Billionaires have already lost patience. Sam … Continue reading

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