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DEFLATION...DEFLATION...DEFLATION

19 January 2016

The year-to-date stock market declines are the worst start for equities in recorded history. Pundits and guests on financial news networks have done a disservice to viewers by not speaking truth to what is, and what will likely continue to occur in capital markets, and...

Greece, Puerto Rico, Chicago, et al.

17 July 2015

In the July 16th, 2015 edition of the WSJ, columnist Greg Ip states it perfectly: “sovereign defaults are like cockroaches – there is seldom just one.” Spain, Italy, and Portugal, which share the Euro currency with Greece, face the same daunting task of paying down their enormous debt obligations in...

Fed Thoughts

19 June 2015

On Wednesday the Federal Reserve announced it was leaving unchanged its 0-.25% Federal Funds target at this time. While noting the improvement in Q2 economic data from the disappointing Q1, interestingly the Fed reduced its 2015 GDP growth forecast from the previous range of 2.3-2.7% to the new projection of...


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