We should develop an app with a ranking system for news stories. Not a simple up/down, or one through five, but a real ranking system.
I always say this: The greater the bubble, the greater the burst…and the bubbles tend to occur in the most attractive cities for lifestyle or migration.
Nations will push the buttons and pull the levers of public policy to help increase births. Trouble is, these policies just haven’t done enough.
People tend to underestimate how long they’ll live and how big a nest egg they’ll need. We already have a retirement crisis with baby boomers overwhelming the system.
Japan has already proven that money printing doesn’t lead to much higher inflation, and certainly not hyperinflation…especially when in a deflationary period of debt and bubble deleveraging like the 1930s.
We’ve already seen a massive crash, and the cryptocurrency seems stuck around the $8,000 mark. So, what do you think will happen from here with bitcoin?
Guess where the greatest real estate gains have been since the Great Recession and the massive QE surge?
Former Microsoft CEO, and Founder of the nonprofit USAFacts (www.usafacts.org), Steve Ballmer, was on CNBC early in April arguing that the best he could see for real GDP growth was 1.5%!
What’s the difference between a bull market crash like 1987 or 2000 to 2002 or 2008 to 2009 and a bear-market bubble crash?
One of my least favourite people in the media today is the Oracle of Omaha! And that’s the problem. It’s not that he isn’t possibly one of the best investment managers in history…or that he’s…