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A Wormhole on Wall Street Fantasy – Part One

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions and fantasies are his. Intense sunshine beamed down upon the canyons of Wall Street, illuminating potholes, dark alleys, secrets and mass delusions. Most people paid no attention because phones,...

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NOT-Predictions for 2020

In the red corner, unpayable debt threatens to crush the US economy, stock and bond markets, and main street Americans. In the green corner, the levitating power of the Fed might save the economy, stock and bond markets, and Wall Street Banks. Red or green? Who wins?...

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A Tale of Two Markets

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of QE, it was the age of fiscal foolishness, it was the epoch of the Fed Put, it was the epoch of Greater Fool Theory, it was the season of golden light, and it was the season of fiat darkness. My...

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Facts and Speculations for the Next Decade

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news: The impeachment circus is entertaining, the trade deal is both off and on, tweets move the market, S&P 500 Index hit a new high (thanks to central bank liquidity), and more...

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Inflation: Dead or Alive?

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news:  Silver was crushed this week, down to $16.51 (another December low) as of December 6 while the DOW rose again to over 28,000. Inflation, Deflation, Stagflation, and...

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The Naughty List and Grizzly Bears

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. The official US national debt in 1913 was $2.91 billion. In 1971, when President Nixon lied about temporarily disconnecting gold from the dollar, the official national debt was $398...

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Blowing Bubbles for Fun and Profit

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Bubbles, like a cocaine high, are fun while they last. History confirms that bubbles and cocaine are enjoyable, because central banks blow many bubbles and the U.S. imports a large...

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A Wormhole on Wall Street Fantasy – Part One

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions and fantasies are his. Intense sunshine beamed down upon the canyons of Wall Street, illuminating potholes, dark alleys, secrets and mass delusions. Most people paid no attention because phones,...

read more

NOT-Predictions for 2020

In the red corner, unpayable debt threatens to crush the US economy, stock and bond markets, and main street Americans. In the green corner, the levitating power of the Fed might save the economy, stock and bond markets, and Wall Street Banks. Red or green? Who wins?...

read more

A Tale of Two Markets

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of QE, it was the age of fiscal foolishness, it was the epoch of the Fed Put, it was the epoch of Greater Fool Theory, it was the season of golden light, and it was the season of fiat darkness. My...

read more

Facts and Speculations for the Next Decade

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news: The impeachment circus is entertaining, the trade deal is both off and on, tweets move the market, S&P 500 Index hit a new high (thanks to central bank liquidity), and more...

read more

Inflation: Dead or Alive?

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news:  Silver was crushed this week, down to $16.51 (another December low) as of December 6 while the DOW rose again to over 28,000. Inflation, Deflation, Stagflation, and...

read more

The Naughty List and Grizzly Bears

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. The official US national debt in 1913 was $2.91 billion. In 1971, when President Nixon lied about temporarily disconnecting gold from the dollar, the official national debt was $398...

read more

Blowing Bubbles for Fun and Profit

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Bubbles, like a cocaine high, are fun while they last. History confirms that bubbles and cocaine are enjoyable, because central banks blow many bubbles and the U.S. imports a large...

read more

Debt Slavery

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news: The DOW hit another all-time high at 28,004 on October 15. From Sven Henrich: “The Day of Reckoning.” “… once again giant inflows of artificial liquidity are dominating the...

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Silver and the Deep State

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking News: Silver fell $1.23 last week, down to $16.82 per ounce. The “Deep State” has been a high-profile topic for several years. Opinions are divided and strong. Those who benefit...

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Gold and The Lender of Last Resort

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news: The S&P500 Index hit another all-time high at 3,067 on November 1, 2019. The NASDAQ confirmed new highs while other indexes did not. Investopedia says, “In the United...

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What if rates go up?

The world is awash in debt while interest rates are extremely low and at unprecedented levels. Interest rates have been engineered lower by central banks out of necessity. This "necessity" is not so much to spur the real economies on (as they say), rather, rates have...

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Gold Stocks Now?

Miles Franklin sponsored this article by Gary Christenson. The opinions are his. Breaking news: The S&P 500 Index closed Friday, October 25 at 3,022, almost another all-time high. Silver prices rose to $17.92, up $0.34 this week. Gold prices rose to $1,505, up $11 for...

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