Sunday , 21 October 2018


Tag Archives: Richard Russell

2013 Will Not Be A "Happy New Year" For Most Americans

[As the New Year approaches it is becoming more and more imperative that we] find our internal inner joy...[and] maintain our positive perspective...while the external world around us deteriorates thanks (actually that should read "no thanks") to all those...who caused or enabled the current financial and economic trauma. We must face up to the fact that the current financial path of the United States is unsustainable and will probably not result in a "Happy New Year" for most Americans in 2013. As such, we must do something utterly different. Words: 620

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Today's Market Breadth is Bad Breath for Tomorrow's Market – Here's Why

"Where breadth goes, the market usually follows,” goes an old market saying and as Richard Russell said recently, "In a deteriorating market breadth situation where the ‘soldiers’ are deserting even while the ‘generals’ continue to march forward would be a prelude to disaster. In the stock market, it may be the same." [Let's review the current situation and see where we're at.] Words: 478

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NOTHING Can Stop Coming Inflation: Bank for International Settlements Report

A recent research paper* by the Bank for International Settlements, entitled "The Future of Public Debt: Prospects and Implications" paints a terrifying prospect for the inhabitants of most of the developed world with deficits spiralling out of control for every western industrialized country under study and inflation a foregone conclusion as a result. Words: 1128

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Buffett, Russell and Hoisington: Deflation or Inflation?

“Unchecked greenback emissions will certainly cause the purchasing power of currency to melt.” says Warren Buffett. Words: 982 In the following edited excerpts from the original article* Cam Hui (www.questfunds.com) puts forth the case for both inflation and deflation by the likes of Richard Russell, Warren Buffett and Van Hoisington: The Case for Deflation 1. De-leveraging There are many analysts …

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