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  • The Wall

    I generally send out two letters a week. The letter that arrives in your inbox over the weekend is Thoughts from the Frontline and is written by me. The second letter, which is called Outside the Box, generally comes in the middle of the week and is an article or essay written by someone else that I...
    Posted to John Mauldin's Outside the Box by John Mauldin on 10-23-2015
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  • On The Economy, Inflation, China & Odds For Fed Liftoff

    IN THIS ISSUE: 1. August Unemployment Rate Fell to Seven-Year Low 2. US Economic Outlook For the Second Half of 2015 3. Inflation Still Running Well Below the Fed’s 2% Target 4. Stronger Dollar Could Hamper Growth This Year & Next 5. New China Economic Data Point to Further Slowdown 6. Fed...
    Posted to Forecasts & Trends by Gary D. Halbert on 09-09-2015
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  • Look Who Wants To Compromise Now.

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    Posted to Daily Pfennig by Chuck Butler on 05-19-2015
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  • January Inflation Turns Negative - Is Deflation Upon Us?

    IN THIS ISSUE: 1. 4Q Gross Domestic Product Revised Lower to 2.2% 2. Inflation Turns Negative in January & Last 12 Months 3. With Prices Falling, Is America Now Headed For Deflation? 4. How Falling Prices Tend to Affect the Stock Markets 5. Fed Chair Speaks to Congress – Nothing Really Important...
    Posted to Forecasts & Trends by Gary D. Halbert on 03-03-2015
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  • Inflation Is Plunging Globally – Is Deflation Next?

    In my February 10 E-Letter , I focused on how deflation is spreading around the world, first in Japan since the 1990s and more recently in Europe, which saw inflation go negative in December of last year – for the first time in decades. This is a very serious issue and one I will be focusing on...
    Posted to Gary D. Halbert's Between the Lines by Gary D. Halbert on 02-24-2015
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  • The Last Argument of Central Banks

    Definitions of Inflation and Deflation Measuring Inflation/Deflation Asset Inflation Versus Price Inflation So Who’s Afraid of Deflation? And Then There Is Debt Deflation The Last Argument of Central Banks New York and New Technology For a central banker, deflation is one of the Four Horsemen of...
    Posted to Thoughts From The Frontline by John Mauldin on 11-17-2014
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  • Calling Into Question

    A note has been circulating among economists, calling into question the wisdom of another group of economists who wrote an open letter to the Federal Reserve a few years ago suggesting that one of the risks of their quantitative easing program was increased inflation. Since we have not seen CPI inflation...
    Posted to John Mauldin's Outside the Box by John Mauldin on 10-16-2014
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  • Why Food Prices Are Soaring, Likely To Continue

    IN THIS ISSUE: 1. Consumer Food Prices Are Skyrocketing 2. 10 Fastest-Rising Food Prices at the Supermarket 3. California is in Big Trouble! So Are We All 4. Drought Monitor Chart For Continental US 5. Incurable Disease Threatens Florida Citrus Crop 6. Latin America Coffee Blight Sends Prices Skyward...
    Posted to Forecasts & Trends by Gary D. Halbert on 06-03-2014
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  • Signs Of Inflation Take Hold – Implications For The Fed

    The long-awaited upward move in inflation may finally be arriving. Producer (wholesale) prices surged 0.6% in April, the largest monthly gain in more than four years, coming on top of a 0.5% gain in March. In the past year, producer prices have increased a moderate 2.1%. Yet in the past three months...
    Posted to Gary D. Halbert's Between the Lines by Gary D. Halbert on 05-22-2014
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  • The Successor to Keynes

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    Posted to Daily Pfennig by Chuck Butler on 05-20-2014
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  • It's All About The FOMC Today...

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    Posted to Daily Pfennig by Chuck Butler on 04-30-2014
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  • Inflation Is Coming, What to Do—NOW

    By Jeff Clark, Senior Precious Metals Analyst We’ve all heard of the inflationary horrors so many countries have lived through in the past. Third-world countries, developing nations, and advanced economies alike—no country in history has escaped the debilitating fallout of unrepentant currency...
    Posted to Casey Research by Doug Casey on 03-31-2014
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  • Another Recession For The U.S. In 2014?

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    Posted to Daily Pfennig by Chuck Butler on 02-05-2014
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  • Only 4 Days Left.

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    Posted to Daily Pfennig by Chuck Butler on 02-03-2014
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  • The Language of Inflation

    My good friend Dylan Grice takes a very interesting tack in the latest issue of his Edelweiss Journal , today's Outside the Box. Rather than attacking our macroeconomic problems directly with economic tools, he approaches them from the point of view of what he calls a "subtle but significant...
    Posted to John Mauldin's Outside the Box by John Mauldin on 11-13-2013
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