Tag Archives: Debt

A Little Perspective On What Lies Ahead

By | July 5, 2021

Eliminating Elites won’t eliminate our structural problems or the reduction in phantom wealth we’ve all been relying on. Many finance-oriented critiques start from the position that our problems largely stem from the financial/political dominance of Elitist cartels and cabals. Clearly, the malinvestment, exploitation, predation and disregard for the law that characterizes the rule of political-financial… Read More »

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I sincerely doubt €100 billion is going to solve Spain’s problems

By | July 5, 2021

The Euro and stocks both gapped sharply up over the weekend on news that EU finance ministers are moving forward with a €100 billion Spanish bailout. A few thoughts on this move: Where is the money coming from? (most EU Governments are broke) What precedent is this setting? (Ireland is already clamoring for a rewrite… Read More »

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Europe Is About to Implode

By | July 5, 2021

I’ve warned time and again that the EU would collapse in May-June. That collapse is here right on schedule. And NO ONE will be able to stop it. Here’s why: 1) According to the IMF, European banks as a whole are leveraged at 26 to 1 (this data point is based on reported loans… the… Read More »

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You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

By | July 5, 2021

Watching pompous politicians, egotistical economists, arrogant investment geniuses, clueless media pundits, and self- proclaimed experts on the Great Depression predict an economic recovery and a return to normalcy would be amusing if it wasn’t so pathetic. Their lack of historical perspective does a huge disservice to the American people, as their failure to grasp the… Read More »

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