I chronicled mortgage finance Bubble excess on a weekly basis. Relevant data were right there in plain sight, much of it courtesy of the Federal Reserve. Yet only after the Bubble burst […]
While not a fan of Facebook in general, I have used their service to “boost” my posts to gain awareness of my writing and service. In other words, I use FB to […]
The question is not why the market sold off on the 11th, but why the market jumped on the 10th. We all know trade spats are good for the stock market, right? […]
The TSP S fund has less direct exposure to international revenue and has benefited in 2018. The TSP I fund has been hit by two forces – the slowing rest of the world economy and currency risk as the dollar rallies.
It does not take a crazy imagination to envisage a global crisis beyond the scope of 2008/09. …A full-fledged global depression would require a synchronized global Bubble, replete with systematic Credit excess, […]
Members: I sent an email recently that touches on aspects of Doug’s article below and how I view it from an investment point-of-view. An important point to repeat is the concept that […]
The Dow Jones Industrial Averages is the oldest market index and widely followed. It only holds 30 companies that represent a cross section of the US economy. The DOW has removed the […]
The TSP I fund following the Bellwether timing from July 4th 1998 to June 2018 (21 years) had an annualized return of 10.15% if it switched to the TSP G fund for the unfavorable season. Compare this to the TSP I fund Buy and Hold return over the same time period of only 4.77% annualized.
A Bubble collapse presented Dr. Bernanke the opportunity to test his academic theories, unleashing unprecedented monetary inflation specifically targeting securities markets. His policies spurred similar monetary inflation around the world that has […]
I have an online business. I have only paid sales tax in the states my business has a “nexus” with. The Supreme Court just ruled that states should be able to tax […]