Sunday , 18 August 2019


Economy

Raising the Roof – On a Higher Debt Ceiling That Is!

Many novice observers may wonder why we have a debt ceiling at all when our government has never shown the slightest inclination to respect its prior self-imposed limits [and, as such, why all the] seeming urgency to Congressional negotiations to raise the debt ceiling. [Let me explain in no uncertain terms.] Words: 1073

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Inflation Expectations Likely To Continue – Here’s Why

After declaring inflation all but gone last summer, investors are now deciding that calling the time-of-death might have been a bit premature. Starting in September and accelerating post-election, 10-year inflation expectations, measured by 10-year Treasury Inflation Protected Securities (TIPS), are surging [and, as I see it there] are four reasons why I think the rebound in inflation and inflation expectations is likely to continue into 2017.

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No Fewer Than FIVE Ominous, Vicious Cycles Await Us

Neither the White House nor the CBO have adequately considered the real impact of the very deficits they themselves are projecting. While they admit the deficits will be off the charts they fail to connect the dots from that admission to its obvious natural consequences — no fewer than FIVE ominous, vicious cycles.

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