Monthly Archives: April 2017

Stagflation Is Coming. US Investors Completely Unprepared. Missing Half The Policy Duality.

US bank loans peaked at the lowest level of any cycle going back to 1967 and have now rolled over. $1 trillion of financial assets just in the first four months of 2017, which amounts to $3.6 trillion annualized, “the largest … Continue reading

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The Code of Ur-Nammu. The Natural Order Of Money And Why Abstract Currencies Fail.

Following last week’s emergence of gold on two of my main models, and last week’s note on the sudden weakness of credit growth…..                               … it … Continue reading

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Creditism Meets Collapse In Loan Creation.

“loan growth in the US has not only ground to a halt but, for the all important Commercial and Industrial Segment, has dropped at the fastest rate since the financial crisis, some (until recently) economic optimists, such as Bank of America’s Ethan Harris, … Continue reading

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When the “Solutions” Become the Problems

“Those benefiting from these destructive “solutions” may think the system can go on forever, but it cannot go on when every “solution” becomes a self-reinforcing problem that amplifies all the other systemic problems.” http://www.oftwominds.com/blogmar17/solutions-problems3-17.html

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