Economic Overviews

Current Deceleration In Monetary Growth Portends Another Credit Crisis, Housing Bust & Economic Recession

The qualitative relationship between the growth in the Total Money Supply, credit crises, and recessions has been remarkably clear since 1978 and, as such, the current suppression of the Total Money Supply growth rate, if it is sustained for the rest of the year, portends another credit crisis and housing bust, followed by an economic recession for the U.S. economy.

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What Would USD Collapse Mean for the World?

I came to the conclusion several years ago that it was just a matter of time before the world realized that the relative functionality of the U.S. dollar was about to go belly up - to collapse. Below is an explanation as to why I have come to that conclusion and what I think it would mean for the well-being of the world.

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Snapshot Of Economic Inequality Around The World

The World Inequality Report 2018 is a rich resource, with lots of information on inequality of incomes by country and by region, inequality of wealth, shifts in public wealth, and other topics. Here are a few of the figures that jumped out at me.

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2018 Could Possibly See 4 Different Financial Disasters

It is almost certain that we will get some kind of financial crash in 2018, maybe two or even three of them. However, the resilience of the real sector of the U.S. economy should prove sufficient to overcome them, at least in the short term. [Let me explain.]

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