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Marc Faber Predicts a 50% Correction in Stocks - Rings Alarm Bells

Marc Faber is just one more expert who is ringing the alarm bells in stocks. Sadly, the mainstream media continue to dismiss the experts who are trying to warn the masses, stating that we are conspiracy theorist and nothing more. Even though we have been proven right in our predictions time and time again, causing the trash can to nearly overflow with tin foil hats.

The Fed Can’t Raise Interest Rates, But Must Pretend It Will

The Fed must succeed in continuing to postpone rate hikes into the future without breaking peoples’ expectation that rates will rise at some point. It has to send out the message that rates will be increased at, say, the forthcoming FOMC meeting. But, as the meeting approaches, the Fed would have to repeat its trickery, pushing the possible date for a rate hike still further out.

The Biggest Economic Story Going Into 2015 Is Not Oil, But Emerging Markets

Emerging markets today are half the world economy. Much of what happened in global credit markets, especially in emerging markets, was based on cheap, easily available dollars, which has ended. It used to be said that when the US economy sneezes the rest of the world catches a cold. Now it seems all we need is a hiccup in emerging markets.

Six Myths About Money and Inflation

Its a myth that increasing aggregate demand through increasing the money supply will lead to more spending, higher employment, increased production & a higher overall standard of living. Here are 6 of the most prevalent economic myths about money & inflation that appear time and again in the mainstream media.

Is This What a Credit Bubble Looks Like?

There’s been some buzz recently about a pick-up in business lending. Unlike some pundits, though, we’re not convinced that a surge in business credit is such a good thing. Corporations are already borrowing at a pace that’s only before been seen near cyclical peaks, especially as this pace never lasts long.

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