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Jeremy Grantham dropped by FT’s offices to talk briefly about bubbles. The most important point he makes at the onset is that: “There is nothing more dangerous and damaging to an economy than a great asset bubble that breaks - and this is something that the Fed never seems to get.”
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Here is the latest valiant (or is that futile?) attempt to rationalize a correction for the ever expanding US equity market. But seriously, tongue taken out of my cheek, the US equity market tends to be driven by a rotating list of “tells”. At times this is the US bond market, other times economic or […]

Government debt is no longer just a problem for emerging countries. Portugal, Spain, France and Greece (as we have seen in recent weeks) are living in fear of credit default. Consequently, the value of their credit default swaps is skyrocketing.
The following is an excerpt from the February issue of Global Market Perspective. For a limited […]

At the beginning of the month we looked the major trend line break among the majority of the world stock markets. A recent report from EWI covers the markets I mentioned and their trend line break and goes much further. You can download the free report here: Global Market Perspective.
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While the Madoff scandal transfixed everyone around the world last year two stamp ponzi schemes imploded in Spain a few years ago with very little attention. The two companies involved were Forum Filatelico and Afinsa and the sums involved approach 5 billion Euros, easily surpassing the size of the recent Madoff losses. But what is […]


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