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  • Inflationary Forces and a Tectonic Crack in U.S. Treasuries [View article]
    Prediction: the dollar and t bond will rally
    the Euro, commodities, base metals, silver, gold, Asia, bric
    get crushed
    stocks overall tank
    we are in for a long decade of deflation but things will be much worse elsewhere
    Jan 6, 2010. 07:11 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Inflationary Forces and a Tectonic Crack in U.S. Treasuries [View article]
    Inflation? Who is getting a raise, who hasn't had their hours cut or days furloughed, who isn't paying more for health care, how many more are underemployed, out of a job, underwater with their house, credit card bills, who hasn't cut back on spending and who hasn't begun to save for the first time in decades or their life?

    Inflation? Deflation 14 trillion has vanished from the balance sheets of Americans and the govt could only come up with a measly 2 trillion and most of that is sitting on some banks balance sheet in govt bonds. The 30 yr govt bond is the buy of the century
    Jan 5, 2010. 09:10 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Is the Bond Market Trying to Tell Us? [View article]
    the bond market is telling us they are as foolish as ever. there is no inflation as far as the eye can see, and the feds can't print nearly enough money to keep up with wealth destruction, the only problem is i may be insolvent before the bond market wakes up.


    On May 26 03:51 PM Bruce Vanderveen wrote:

    > TBT is telling us that the US government is reaching its bailout
    > limit. The more bailouts we have the higher it will go.
    May 26, 2009. 06:48 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Curious Case of the U.S. Dollar [View article]
    a ags says over and over "it's the best of a bad lot" some time soon the gold bubblers will wake up and realize there is only deflation as far as the eye can see (so to speak)
    Feb 18, 2009. 08:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Three ETF Opportunities for a Steepening Yield Curve [View article]
    deflation is everywhere i had to let go of three employees. treasuries may yet hit 2% ie 30 year variety. there are not enough helicopters or printing presses around to keep up with wealth destruction imho
    Feb 9, 2009. 06:42 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The (Non) Crash of 2008 [View article]
    there is so much information and opinion on the web, media etc., re:bullish/bearish sentiment, market bottoms long int short etc, capitulation, defining moment, technical indicators, vix, that the market is likely to enter a water
    torture bear market, where no indicatiors will be reliable until everyone is exhausted by the drip.......... of bad news and the ever trend downwards and there won't be a bottom until no one can see it!
    Jun 22, 2008. 12:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Are Inflationary Expectations Deflating? [View article]
    you cant have inflation when the american consumer is deflating. all the employees in my office are really feeling the heat and i will not be giving any raises this year as i am glad i'm still in business.the american consumer is down and will take the 10 count and the world will reel with deflation especially china.
    May 28, 2008. 09:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Will China Have Lower Inflation in May? [View article]
    china will have lower inflation, much lower, it will be called deflation. the hard landing will leave debris everywhere including a major real estate and commodity bust. remember china is an emerging market and will go the way of all emerging markets.........boooom and then bust!!!!!!! inflation is the prelude to deflation.
    May 28, 2008. 09:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Signs That Foreclosures May Be Peaking [View article]
    wishful thinking, people in suburban detroit are just beginning to wake up and realize that they are going to need to mark down there houses 25% from current values (mainly in there head as to what they think they deserve) if they want them to sell iygmd
    Apr 9, 2008. 08:53 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Financials Likely in Dead Cat Bounce, But Fed's Now a Wildcard [View article]
    can the fed buy/guarantee enough of the mortgage backed securities and not cause a meltdown in the dollar and inflation?
    Mar 24, 2008. 11:09 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Market Outlook: Watch Out, the Signs Can Be Deceiving [View article]
    what i can't figure out is whether or not the fed is going. to nationalize the accumulated mortgage debt on the balance sheets of the banking institutions in a final desperate maneuver to get credit flowing again. is this possible and if so will this produce real inflation not the kind where a shrinking monetary base is being shunted into balooning commodity prices?
    Mar 23, 2008. 10:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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