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Category Archives: The Great Depression

Over The Last 10 Years The U.S. Economy Has Grown At EXACTLY The Same Rate As It Did During The 1930s

Even though I write about our ongoing long-term economic collapse every day, I didn’t realize that things were this bad.  In this article, I am going to show you that the average rate of growth for the U.S. economy over the past 10 years is exactly equal to the average rate that the U.S. economy […]

In Praise of Leisure / by Robert Skidelsky and Edward Skidelsky / June 19, 2012 Imagine a world in which most people worked only 15 hours a week. They would be paid as much as, or even more than, they now are, because the fruits of their labor would be distributed more evenly across society. Leisure would occupy […]

The World in Depression 1929-1939 and Now / by the Trader / June 13, 2012 Somehow we have had that deja vú feeling for a while now. Remember reading Kindleberger’s classical book on the Great Depression? From Voxeu. The parallels between Europe in the 1930s and Europe today are stark, striking, and increasingly frightening. We see unemployment, youth unemployment especially, soaring […]

Triple Lutz Report–The Debt Jubilee Is Coming-One Way Or Another 21.May.12

Last week, I attended the NY Hard Assets Investment Conference. I had a booth and was so gratified that so many of you joined me. It was great meeting you and hearing your stories. It really made me understand that we’re in this thing together and that we, as a community, will come through it […]

Burchish: Recovery? Recession? No. Depression.

This is just the beginning. Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food.