Jun 8 2009

Tracking the Great Recession: Global Industrial Output and World Stock Markets Following the Great Depression.

How the investing world quickly forgets.  If we go back into the distant future of March 2009, you would remember that on a panic filled day, the S&P 500 flirted with the 666 low.  Since that day, the S&P 500 has rallied an astonishing 41 percent in only a 3-month period.  Yet as astonishing as […]

May 27 2009

U.S. Dollar Only Down 2 Percent for the Year. Since the Crisis Started in August of 2007, the U.S. Dollar is Unchanged. Yet the Dollar is Down 33 Percent Since the Start of the Decade. The Currency Race to the Bottom.

People have a hard time grasping that given the tumultuous market of 2009 and all the liquidity being funneled into the market by the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve, that the U.S. Dollar has only fallen 2 percent for the year.  What is even more surprising to many is the U.S. Dollar has remained unchanged […]

May 19 2009

Alan Greenspan on $100,000 White-collar Comedy Tour: Quantitative Easing and Changing our Economic and Financial Language.

Alan Greenspan continues his White-collar $100,000 speaking fee comedy tour in which he tells the audience that he had nothing to do with the housing bubble.  Those expecting to see a mea culpa concert from the former Fed Chairman are going to be waiting for a very long time.  According to the majestic maestro, a […]

May 11 2009

Following the Failed Japanese Economic Playbook: 10 Charts Comparing the Japanese Lost Decade to the United States.

Even as early as last year, anyone trying to compare the circumstances of the United States with the lost decade in Japan appeared to be out of line with mainstream economist and the media.  Yet if this financial crisis has taught us anything, it is that the experts can be wrong by a wide margin.  […]

Apr 26 2009

20,000 Americans Lose Their Job Each day but we Still Bailout Wall Street and Banks: 4 Charts Highlighting this Historical Financial Crisis. GDP, Inflation, Industrial Production, and Excess Reserves.

Four banks and one credit institution failed on Friday.  This is now becoming a common Friday ritual.  On February 13 four banks were also taken over by the FDIC.  Multiple bank failures on one day are now growing in size.  Yet the FDIC is quickly blazing through their insurance fund and soon, the taxpayer is […]

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