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Category Archives: Deflation

Geopolitical Expert: We Will Have Another Depression And Hyperinflation

Renowned geopolitical and financial cycle expert Charles Nenner says we shouldn’t be believing the Federal Reserve when it says the economy is strong.  If you’ve watched the news at all lately, all of the media pundits are claiming the economy is strong and there are no signs of trouble, but Nenner says that’s just not […]

The End Of Stimulus? (And The Start Of The Crash?)

This report was originally published by Chris Martenson at PeakProsperity.com Back in January of 2016 we saw what appeared to be, and in my opinion should have been, the end of the Everything Bubble blown by the word’s central banking cartel. The carnage started in the emerging markets. Highly-leveraged positions and carry trades began to unwind. That’s […]

A Summer Of Disappointments Will Lead To An Extended Economic Crash

This report was originally published by Brandon Smith at Alt-Market.com The summer season is often about renewed hope and revelry in comfort, and this goes for economic comfort as much as anything else. In parallel to the old tale of The Ant And The Grasshopper, we are all tempted to act like the grasshopper, forget about […]

Geopolitical Expert: The Coming Financial Crisis Is ‘Going To Be A BLOODBATH’

Charles Nenner, a geopolitical expert, and financial cycle analyst says the coming financial crisis will see the DOW Jones at 5,000. Nenner went on to say that it’s going to be “very bad,” yet he remains “dollar positive.” Nenner, who appeared in an interview with USA Watchdog’s Greg Hunter said the coming financial crisis will […]

The True Consequence of Ending the Gold Standard (In One Chart)

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / December 28, 2017 The single most important chart for understanding the current state of the US financial system is the following: US Gross Domestic Product vs. US Total Debt Securities, Trillions US Dollars (1945-2016). *** In simple terms, the above chart reveals that once the US abandoned the Gold Standard completely in […]

Why Deutsche Thinks 2017 “Was The Most Boring Year Ever”

As part of the macro forecast in his just released 2018 Credit Outlook (more on that in a subsequent post), DB’s Jim Reid first looks back at the almost concluded 2017 and muses that “whichever way you cut it, it’s likely that 2017 will go down as one of, if not the least, volatile year […]

Don’t Fight the Fed

Alexander Hamilton, George Washington’s Treasury Secretary, in his first “Report on the Public Credit” in 1790, put forth the concepts of “assumption” and “redemption.” He argued that the federal government should assume the Revolutionary War debt and pay those debts at “face value”  in full to the bearers of such debt on demand. In order […]

“This Is The Catalyst For Everything”: Deutsche Sees Only Two More Rate Hikes Before The Fed Loses Control

In his latest weekend note, One River CIO Eric Peters discussed, among other topics, what he thought would be the nightmare scenario if not for the current, then certainly next Fed chairman: a world in which despite the Fed’s best intentions (and we use the term loosely), the Fed continued to hike rates without any […]

Andy Xie Warns “The Bubble Economy Is Set To Burst” As Political Tension Soars

Authored by Andy Xie via The South China Morning Post, Central banks continue to focus on consumption inflation, not asset inflation, in their decisions. Their attitude has supported one bubble after another. These bubbles have led to rising ­inequality and made mass consumer inflation less likely. Since the 2008 financial crisis, asset inflation has fully […]

Science Tells Us This Is All True

Authored by Simon Black via SovereignMan.com, On April 30, 1934, under pressure from Italian-American lobby groups, the United States Congress passed a law enshrining Columbus Day as a national holiday. President Franklin Roosevelt quickly signed the bill into law, and the very first Columbus Day was celebrated in October of that year. Undoubtedly people had […]