The quality of life will continue to worsen for future generations. That’s a harsh statement but unfortunately one that is guaranteed to be true unless sound money is reinstated for the first time in our lifetimes again. A quick glance at the costs for similar items in America in the chart below between 1975 and … Continue reading The Quality of Life Will Continue to Worsen for Future Generations Due to Fractional Reserve Banking and MMT
Don’t be distracted by the overinflated US stock market from reality. Due to so much attention being triangulated on the US China trade war in the mainstream financial news, events of much greater consequence have been ignored. I can think of three financial events of much greater import to 2020 than the overhyped and overinflated … Continue reading Don’t Be Distracted from Reality by the Overinflated US Stock Market
click this image to view a YouTube video that discusses the details of the below referenced Stanford University Graduate School of Education study In the general population today, the majority of humans have lost the ability to distinguish opinion from facts. This was the conclusion of a Stanford Graduate School of Education that performed studies … Continue reading Why Humans Have Lost the Ability to Distinguish Opinion from Facts (Blame the Schooling System)
In my last free newsletter, to which you can subscribe here, titled, “Donald Trump Has Become the New Jerome Powell”, I explained why the "VERY BIG DEAL with China" was no big deal at all, even before the deal was announced. I stated the following about US President Trump’s tweet the preceding day about an … Continue reading An Explanation of Why the “VERY BIG DEAL with China” was No Big Deal
Donald Trump has become the new Jerome Powell. Though US President Trump has spent much of his tenure blaming Jerome Powell for being incompetent and complaining to Powell every time the US stock market has pulled back significantly during Powell’s tenure, Donald Trump, at a minimum, has learned from the chairman of the US Central … Continue reading Donald Trump Has Become the New Jerome Powell
Correction to Yesterday's Post: This correction is regarding the likely FOMC interest rate decision that will happen in roughly 12 hours from now. Though the incredibly strong November US jobs report likely contained many fabrications, the likely decision today is to leave interest rates unchanged, and not to cut interest rates again, as I misread … Continue reading CORRECTION: How Will the “Better than Expected” November US Jobs Data Affect the December FOMC Decision?
Today, I am going to discuss the ludicrous absence of journalistic integrity in reporting of the US China trade war that has consistently ranked among the most dishonest reporting of any financial topic for the entirety of this year. Due to the complete takeover of stock market price behavior by Central Bankers and the non-stop … Continue reading The Ridiculous Absence of Journalistic Integrity in Reporting of the US China Trade War
In recent years, the Rambofication and dumbing down of public discourse has taken over the manner in which we dissent with one another. The lack of critical skill development at all levels of schooling today from primary school to high school to university and graduate school levels leaves all of us extremely vulnerable to the … Continue reading The Rambofication and Dumbing Down of Public Discourse and News
Many people today conflate knowledge with intellect, but without doubt, an appeal to critical thought reveals that knowledge is different than intellect. In a world that is increasingly becoming more and more digitized, access to knowledge is less of a problem than ever before. Unfortunately, in a world in which government officials have increasingly censored … Continue reading Why Knowledge is Different Than Intellect
This week, a couple of American billionaires captured headlines, including hedge fund manager Ray Dalio, when they stated in an interview that they believed a violent revolution in America is a realistic scenario for the near future, during which “we are all going to try to kill each other.” Many dismissed Dalio’s claims as headline-grabbing … Continue reading Will Burgeoning Violence Spurred by Wealth Inequality in Developing Nations Spread to the First World?