Currently viewing the tag: "Financial Crisis"

The purpose of this essay is to put the latest crisis in the context of longer-term debt trends in the US and to attempt some predictions in respect to the US economy and financial markets. Statistics are records of past events. Analyzing statistics means interpreting history, and this can only be done on the basis […]

Continue Reading

Let us start by looking at the economy from 10,000 feet above: After 40 years of boozing on easy money and feasting on fantastical asset price inflations, the global monetary system is approaching catharsis, its arteries clogged and instant cardiac arrest a persistent threat. Most financial assets are expensive, and many appear to be little […]

Continue Reading

The recent three-part interview of Detlev by Jan Skoyles of the Real Asset Company. Their review of Detlev’s book can be found at http://therealasset.co.uk/paper-money-collapse/ Part One: Paper Money Collapse Part Two: Austrian Economics Part Three: The current economic situation.

Continue Reading