Atle Willems
Contributor since: 2014
Company: Ecpofi - economics, politics, finance
Latest Articles
Yes, Fundamentals Usually Appear Strong Prior To A Sell-Off
The 'CAPE To Saving Rate' Ratio Signals A Terrible 2018 For U.S. Stocks
11 Charts Exposing The Madness Of The Stock Market Crowd
A Glum Note On The U.S. Savings Disaster
The Money Relation - Yet To Signal An Economic Reaction, But...
Equity Valuations And Monetary Measures Say Time To Go Back To Harbour
Ahoy! The U.S. Stock Market On Course To Crash
Gold As A Safe Haven Asset Now Primed To Excel
Why You Should Expect No Improvement In U.S. Productivity And Economic Growth
The Ratio That Predicted The 2001 And 2008 Stock Market Crashes Is Again Flashing Red
The Purchasing Power Of Money: 5 Factors Supporting The Case For Cash
Does It Matter That Margin Debt Just Hit A New All-Time High?
Troubles Ahead For The U.S. Economy As This Important Ratio Peaks
Economic Issues Unfold As The Money Supply High Tide Ebbs And Becomes Low Tide
The Banking Crisis - Why It Will Happen Again
The Austrian Theory Of The Business Cycle - A Short Synthesis
How A Stock Market Sell-Off Can Trigger A GDP Recession
Inflection Point For The U.S. Economy As This Recession Trigger Now Put In Motion
The Week U.S. Banks Operated With 100% Reserves Revisited
Timing The Coming Downturn - Is This The Calm Before The Storm?
The Money Cycle, Stock Market, And The Return Of The Inflation Premium - This Chart Is Off The Scale
Ten Charts Demonstrating The 2017 Stock Market Euphoria, And One That Doesn't
Why You Should Expect Further Bank Consolidation In 2017
Stock Market Prices Dislocate From Bank Balance Sheets
Is A Major Stock Market Correction Lurking? This Indicator Suggests Yes!
Why The Stock Market Might Move Higher In The Short Term
Money Supply Update (Week Ending 27 January, 2017)
Earnings Season Warning: It's Not Only Stock Market Valuations That Are Inflated!
Economic Growth Is Not GDP Growth
A Plausible Reason For The Longevity Of The Bull Market In U.S. Stocks
The Contradictory Missions Of Central Banking: Stable Price Inflation And Economic Stability
A Key Aspect Of A Stock Market Bust